The Product Specifications and Comparisons tool was designed as a reference to help you look up technical spec information on your Intel® processor. To find the information that you are looking for, you will need to know your processor's sSpec number.
Need Help Finding Your sSpec Number?
The sSpec number is also known as specification number. It is a five character string (SL36W, XL2XL, etc.) that is printed on the processor, and used to identify the processor. You can find this number by looking at the markings on the processor (see Figure 2), or on the label that came with your boxed processor. See Figure 1 below for an example of how to read the label to find your sSpec number.
Figure 1: Finding the sSpec number on the boxed processor label
Figure 2: Finding the sSpec number in the processor markings
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