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Friday, 28 September 2007 11:25

Eight FSB 1333 Harpertown lined up

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Roadmap: 2.0 to 3.16 GHz

 

Intel has eight FSB1333 lined up for the 12th of November launch. The fastest one is called X5460 and it works at 3.16 GHz with FSB 1333 and 12MB of cache and FCLGA socket 771. The second one is 3.0GHz part called X5450 with 120W TDP and the same FSB 1333 and 12MB cache followed by E5450 part with the same specification but without 120W TDP.

The next in line is E5440 with 2.83GHz clock followed by E5430 with 2.66GHz clock. After them Intel has Harpertown E5420 clocked at 2.5GHz with FSB 1333, socket 771 and 12MB of cache and of course after this Intel has E5410 that works at 2.33GHz.


The slowest Harpertown to launch in November is E5405 with its modest 2.0GHz clock speed while the rest of the specification is the same as with the fastest parts.

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