Intel Xeon X5365 3.0GHz (Clovertown)

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Intel Xeon X5365 3.0GHz (Clovertown)

The Quad-Core Intel Xeon processor 5300 series features the industry's first Intel architecture-based quad-core processors with extended lifecycle support. These 65nm processors are validated with two different chipsets, providing a choice of flexible dual-processor-capable platforms for a wide range of applications.

Based on 65nm technology, the Quad-Core Intel Xeon Processor 5300 series combines the benefits of quad-core processors with dual-processing capabilities. Significant performance headroom for multi-threaded applications using up to eight high-performance cores per platform to run parallel tasks.


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  • Bus/Core Ratio


  • Clock Speed

    3.0 GHz

  • Code Name


  • CPU Cores


  • CPU Family

    Intel Xeon

  • CPU Model


  • CPU Series

    Intel Xeon 5300

  • CPU Threads


  • FSB Speed


  • Instruction Set


  • L2 Cache (per core)


  • Lithography

    65 nm

  • Manufacturer


  • Socket

    Intel LGA 771

  • Thermal Specifications

    Max TDP - 150W

  • Voltage

    1.0V - 1.5V

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