As with other processors, the four cores of the Intel Xeon X5450 are in the foreground. They use a 3.00 GHz clock and have a large 12 MB L2 cache, which is used for buffering. The manufacturer uses 1333 MHz for the FSB clock, which results in an overall pleasingly high performance.
The 64-bit instruction set is of course integrated in the Intel Xeon X5450, but many other technologies are also included. This includes, for example, demand-based switching for higher energy efficiency. The 120 Watt TDP is of course only reached under full load, because the processor always tries to adjust its power dissipation to the demand.
If you are about to decide to use the Intel Xeon X5450 quad-core processor, you should still check the compatibility to your system. The LGA 771 socket on the main board is the basic requirement for commissioning. The manufacturers often explain the use of the CPU in the manual. In addition, no heat sink is included, but in many cases this can be easily adopted.
|Type / Form Factor||Intel Xeon X5450|
|Num. of cores||quad-core|
|Cache Memory Details||L2 - 12 MB|
|clock frequency||3.0 GHz|
|bus speed||1333 MHz|
|Compatible Processor Socket||LGA771 Socket|
|manufacturing process||45 nm|
|Thermal Design Power||120 W|
|temperature specifications||63 ° C|
|Installed Size||L2 - 12 MB|
|delivery||1x processor, no cooler included, other accessories not included|