This article discusses what the desktop processor product order codes are. It also contains a table that matches order codes to individual processors.
If you click on the link in the table below in the order code columns, it will take you to a database that provides the processor specifications for that processor. If you select the processor number link, it will take you to a list of compatible Intel® Desktop Boards.
Intel® Desktop Processor order codes typically are either boxed order codes or original equipment manufacturer (OEM) order codes.
The boxed order code belongs to the retail or boxed processor product that usually comes with a processor, a manual, a sticker and a fan heatsink. These products are sold in the channel and come with an Intel 3-year warranty. Intel provides technical support and warranty services for these processors.
The OEM order code, also known as the tray order code, refers to processors sold directly to system manufacturers who integrate these processors in their PCs. These system manufacturers provide the technical support and warranty services for these processors directly to the customer.
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