Gotta love Intel's misleading numbering schemes where bigger numbers are not necessarily better/newer/faster when comparing across product ranges.
Yea you should try it on my end. I have been keeping track and deal with reseller and consumers for 9 years now. Someone is always asking about a 965 (which could be a Intel® Pentium® D, an Intel Core i7-965 or a chipset) or some such number that can go with 5 or 6 different things in our history. Heck today half the resellers no longer list the model numbers on the processors that they are using it is always a 3GHz or some such number of which there are 20 or so processors that can fit that and lets not forget the the BOX processors and the Tray processors. Haha sometime I just want to pull my hair out.