You can use the order code of a desktop processor to determine the processor number.
Click the links in the order code column in the table below to see a database of processor specifications for that processor. Select the processor number link to see a list of compatible Intel® Desktop Boards.
The boxed order code belongs to the retail or boxed processor product. The boxed product usually comes with a processor, manual, sticker, and fan heatsink. The products sell in the channel and come with an Intel three-year warranty. Intel provides technical support and warranty services for the processors.
The original equipment manufacturer (OEM) order code, also known as the tray order code, is for processors sold directly to system manufacturers. They integrate these processors in their PCs. System manufacturers provide direct technical support and warranty services for these processors.
|Note||The Intel® Core™ i7 Processor Extreme Edition family has three socket types: LGA2011-V3, LGA2011, and LGA1366. We recommend selecting a desktop board supporting your socket type and the BIOS for your processor.|
|Processor number||Core speed||Socket type||Boxed order code||OEM order code|