Reference unknown; see Millington disambiguation for possibilities. The Core i, , , , and , the Core i and Extreme Edition, and the Xeon series, all of which are quad-core except for the Xeon W and W, which are dual-core. OEM board for Gateway. Intel SKP server motherboard. Aladdin character of Arabian Nights.
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Supported Intel® Xeon® Processor List for the Intel® Server Board SE7520AF2
Intel DQ67SW desktop motherboard. Successor to Bearlake on the desktop and Seaburg on the server. Later sections in this. Intel DH77DF desktop motherboard. Intel DH67CL desktop motherboard. Jim Morrisonlead singer of The Doors. All articles with dead external links Articles with dead external links from December Articles with permanently dead external links Articles with dead external links from September Articles that may contain original research from July All articles that may contain original research All accuracy disputes Articles with disputed statements from July Reference unknown; see Foster disambiguation for possibilities.
ChattanoogaTennessee, USA. Intel SBC server motherboard.
Intel® Server Board SE7520AF2
Formerly called Dana Point. Solid-state drive in the series. Reference unknown; see Allendale disambiguation for possibilities.
Intel SECW2 two-socket server board. Slot 2NX chipset. Probably the Greek god Triton. Intel DP67DE desktop motherboard. Possibly named after Kittson County, Minnesota.
Intel DHN desktop motherboard. Intel’s “next-generation communications platform,” a scheme for network processing. Embeds an i core. Successor to Cedar Trail. Supports the Xeon E processor Jaketown.
List of Intel codenames – Wikipedia
Originally intended as a stand-alone graphics product, but now relegated to HPC research projects. Intel DG41WV desktop motherboard. Based on the controller chip Chipwet. OEM version of the Zappa motherboard, manufactured for Gateway Based on the EB chipseet chip Ophir.
Manufactured by Intel for Dell. Berg Lakenear Mount Robson. Atom Z, Z, and Z processors, aimed at smartphones and tablets. Atom D and N series single-core and D and N series dual-core.
Possibly named after Red Rock Untel. Xeon series dual-core and series quad-coreused in four-socket servers. Possibly named after Fortvillea town in Indiana.
Based on the LSI chip. Intel DQ45EK desktop motherboard.