Scan code: LN10875 Manufacturer code: BX80546KG3200FP

Intel Xeon Passive Socket 604 , Irwindale Core, 3.2GHz , 2MB Cache, Retail

Intel Xeon Passive Socket 604 , Irwindale Core, 3.2GHz , 2MB Cache, Retail

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Scan code: LN10875 Manufacturer code: BX80546KG3200FP
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Product Overview Stock Note: Some Xeon Processors Listed may not be in Stock and are ordered upon request. If you are placing your order on-line we recommend you carry on and place your order. Xeon processor orders, if not in stock will be delivered to you within 2 days - Intel Stock permitting.

All Current Versions Xeon, Xeon-MP and Itanium Processors are eventually Available from SCAN.

For assistance in choosing the best solutions/motherboards/memory/chassis etc. Please call our Xeon Sales Team on 0870 755 4747.

Intel Xeon 3.xxGHz - 800FSB - 2M L2 Cache EM64T

The platform of choice keeps getting better. Designed for dual-processor server and workstation platforms, Intel® Xeon™ processor gives you the freedom to focus more on your business, and helps you gain greater flexibility and lower costs. Put the Intel Xeon processor's latest platform innovations to work to accomplish more than ever before.

Available from Scan in OEM and Retail Versions with:

OEM: Processor Only
Active (Heat Sink Fan) for Servers and Workstations
Passive (Heatsink Only)
1U (For 1U and sometimes 2U Chassis with Heat Sink Fan)

All relavant descriptions are Line Listed.

64Bit - (32Bit Compatible) 90nm from 2.8GHz to 3.6GHz, now with 800FSB & 2Mb of Level 2 cache.
Intel® Extended Memory 64 Technology (EMT64)
Using Dual Channel DDR and DDR2 Memory for the Motherboard.

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SR Features
Model & Type
CPU Type Intel Xeon
CPU Model Passive
Socket 604
Architecture Irwindale
Manufacturing Process 90 nm
Cores & Clocks
No. of Cores Single Core
No. of Threads  
Clock Speed 3.2 GHz
Turbo Speed N/A
Turbo Speed (On 1 Core)  
Unlocked CPU No
Bus Speeds
FSB/HT Speed 800MHz
Memory Support
Max. Memory Size  
Max. Memory Speed  
Max. Memory Channels  
ECC Memory Support No
Lanes & Scalability
PCIe Lanes Supported  
Integrated Graphics
Features Integrated Graphics No
Integrated Graphics Model/Type N/A
iGPU Compute Units N/A
iGPU Cores/Streams N/A
iGPU Clock N/A
CPU Cache
L1 Cache  
L2 Cache 2MB
L3 Cache  
Smart Prefetch Cache  
Thermals & Package
Max. TDP 110W
Thermal Specification 72 °C
Heatsink/Cooler Included? Not Included, Sold Separately
Package Type Retail

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36 months
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
1 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
0870 607 2439

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