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    How to ID an Intel Cpu

    Ok I know there is a list i have seen but I can't seem to find it.
    The Intel cpu I have is:
    Intel P4
    E4700/ Intel core 2
    2.6 ghz/2m/800/06
    3803B331

    Is there a web site I can punch these numbers into to see the specs (IE what gen it is)
    and what number would I use to Identify the cpu?

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    Intel CPU part numbers always start with S and are 5 characters long. Google the part number and you should find everything you need.

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    Also, the numbers you listed here are pretty much the basic specs. If you google "e4700 processor" you should find the intel page with the details on it.
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    Ok
    I googled the specs for a SL7z9:
    I am trying to find these numbers from https://ark.intel.com/products/27478...Hz-800-MHz-FSB
    on https://www.scrapmetalforum.com/scra...-ray-film.html
    I know its a socket set of 775 but I don't see anything that looks like E8400 or the number is SL7z9.
    Thanks again for your guys help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CapitalRecovery View Post
    Ok I know there is a list i have seen but I can't seem to find it.
    The Intel cpu I have is:
    Intel P4
    E4700/ Intel core 2
    2.6 ghz/2m/800/06
    3803B331

    Is there a web site I can punch these numbers into to see the specs (IE what gen it is)
    and what number would I use to Identify the cpu?
    This description of the cpu doesn't seem correct. A P4 chip can't be a CORE 2. Either way, it probably shouldn't matter. P4's and Core 2 E4700 are both essentially scrap.

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    Thanks for the help u guys. Learning more and more everyday.

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    Really, any Socket 775 CPU that isn't a Core 2 Quad is pretty much scrap
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    Quote Originally Posted by matador View Post
    Really, any Socket 775 CPU that isn't a Core 2 Quad is pretty much scrap
    Well I save the core 2 duo that are 6m L2 cache, basically the E8400, E8500 and E8600, and bring them to my buyer from here. But yeah, I pretty much think those will be on the "scrap" list very soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by matador View Post
    Really, any Socket 775 CPU that isn't a Core 2 Quad is pretty much scrap
    Yeah e8400 e8500 and e8600 still have some resell value but it is quickly going away. Quad cores are falling fast as well.

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    Yes there is! This site is the best of the best, bar none, for CPU specs and ID's. Since I can't post a link yet (not allowed, go figure!) I'll try and spell it out for you

    cpu-world DOT com -forward slash- CPUs -forward slash- CPU DOT html

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