Help, dont know what CPU this is

We have been given 2x ENGINEERING Samples and i dont know what they are.

Description on Cpu is

i M C 11
Intel Confidential
QDNR ES 2.3Ghz
Costa Rica
3247B514

Any help much appreciated
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  1. Can you tell what socket they are?
  2. Estix said:
    Can you tell what socket they are?


    This is all i have :(

    http://s22.postimg.org/xbkugssgx/IMG_0928.jpg
    http://s22.postimg.org/gevrodkwx/IMG_0929.jpg
  3. a picture might help.
  4. the only cpu that i saw in searching that had "QDNR" were pentiums, but that doesnt particularly mean that those are pentiums cause they could change that before production.
  5. carowden said:
    the only cpu that i saw in searching that had "QDNR" were pentiums, but that doesnt particularly mean that those are pentiums cause they could change that before production.


    Would imagine they are some sort of Xeon but not sure :(
  6. Hi,

    They are pretty nice:

    Here what I found
    http://www.intel.com/support/processors/sb/cs-030747.htm
    http://forums.anandtech.com/showthread.php?t=2077836
    http://communities.intel.com/thread/30457

    Basically they are unlock cpu (can be overclock easy) given to manufacturer's for test purpose.
    Different things can happen here, some instructions might be disable, core lock / unlocked.

    From there QDNR is you identification code, but didn't find anything on that.
    Do you have a mobo for it ?
  7. Hi,

    They are pretty nice:

    Here what I found
    http://www.intel.com/support/processors/sb/cs-030747.htm
    http://forums.anandtech.com/showthread.php?t=2077836
    http://communities.intel.com/thread/30457

    Basically they are unlock cpu (can be overclock easy) given to manufacturer's for test purpose.
    Different things can happen here, some instructions might be disable, core lock / unlocked.

    From there QDNR is you identification code, but didn't find anything on that.
    Do you have a mobo for it ?


    No motherboard unfortunately no!

    Thanks for the info, still dont know exactly what they are though
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