The sSpec number, also known as the specification number, is a five character string (SL36W or SR0PM for example) printed on the processor and processor label.
How to find the sSpec number:
- Read the boxed processor label as shown in Figure 1 below, or
- Look at the markings on the processor as shown in Figure 2 below.
Figure 2: Find the sSpec number in the processor markings (two examples)
|Note||These sSpec number locations are subject to change. See your processor specification update documentation for the correct location for your specific processor.|
Once you have identified your sSpec number, you can look up technical specs and other information about your processor using the Product Specifications and Comparisons Tool.
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