Intel Pentium D Extreme Edition 3.2GHz

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Intel Pentium D Extreme Edition 3.2GHz
Performance Specification
CPU Speed
3.2 GHz
Physical Cores
1 cores
CPU Codename
Smithfield XE
TDP (Power)
921W
Lithography
130nm
Mobo Socket
LGA 775/ Socket T
Main Link
Bit Width
32 Bit
Voltages
1.55V
CPU Features
Notebook CPU
Unlocked Multiplier
L1 Cache
32KB
L2 Cache
2KB
L3 Cache
Approved
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Pentium D Extreme Edition 3.2GHz Game Requirement Analysis
The Pentium Extreme Edition was introduced at the Spring 2005 Intel Developers Forum, not to be confused with the "Pentium 4 Extreme Edition" (an earlier, single-core processor occupying the same niche). The processor was based on the dual-core Pentium D branded Smithfield, but with Hyper-threading enabled, thus any operating system saw four logical processors (two physical and two virtual). It also had an unlocked multiplier to allow overclocking. It was initially released as Intel Pentium Extreme Edition 840 at 3.20 GHz, in early 2005, at a price point of $999.99 (OEM price) or $1,200 (retail). The only chipsets that worked with the Extreme Edition 840 were Intel's 955X, NVIDIA's nForce4 SLI Intel Edition, and ATi Radeon Xpress 200. Using a Pentium Extreme Edition branded CPU with an Intel 945-series chipset will disable Hyper-threading effectively turning the processor into a Pentium D branded equivalent.

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Release period
26-May-2005