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    • 3.20 GHz, DDR3-1333 (Bloomfield)
    61

    • 3.33 GHz, DDR3-1333 (Wolfdale)
    62

    • 3.20 GHz, DDR3-1333 (Yorkfield XE)
    Test platform
    64

    • 3.16 GHz, DDR3-1333 (Wolfdale)
    65

    • 2.93 GHz, DDR3-1066 (Bloomfield)
    66

    • 3.00 GHz, DDR3-1333 (Yorkfield)
    Test platform
    68

    • 3.00 GHz, DDR3-1333 (Yorkfield XE)
    Test platform
    68

    • 3.00 GHz, DDR3-1333 (Wolfdale)
    69

    • 3.00 GHz, DDR3-1333 (Conroe)
    70

    • 2.66 GHz, DDR3-1066 (Kentsfield XE)
    Test platform
    70

    • 3.00 GHz, DDR3-1333 (Kentsfield XE)
    Test platform
    70

    • 2.93 GHz, DDR3-1066 (Conroe XE)
    73

    • 2.83 GHz, DDR3-1333 (Yorkfield)
    Test platform
    73

    • 2.66 GHz, DDR3-1066 (Bloomfield)
    74

    • 2.83 GHz, DDR3-1333 (Wolfdale)
    75

    • 2.66 GHz, DDR3-1333 (Yorkfield)
    76

    • 2.66 GHz, DDR3-1333 (Wolfdale)
    78

    • 2.66 GHz, DDR3-1333 (Wolfdale)
    78

    • 2.66 GHz, DDR3-1333 (Conroe)
    79

    • 2.66 GHz, DDR3-1066 (Kentsfield XE)
    80

    • 2.66 GHz, DDR3-1066 (Conroe)
    80

    • 2.66 GHz, DDR3-1066 (Kentsfield)
    80

    • 2.60 GHz, DDR3-800 (Allendale)
    Test platform
    82

    • 2.53 GHz, DDR3-1066 (Wolfdale)
    83

    • 3.20 GHz, DDR2-800 (Windsor)
    85

    • 2.40 GHz, DDR3-1066 (Kentsfield)
    86

    • 2.40 GHz, DDR3-1066 (Conroe)
    87

    • 3.00 GHz, DDR2-800 (Windsor)
    91

    • 2.33 GHz, DDR3-1333 (Conroe)
    92

    • 2.70 GHz, DDR2-1066 (Kuma)
    93

    • 2.60 GHz, DDR2-1066 (Agena)
    94

    • 2.80 GHz, DDR2-800 (Windsor)
    97

    • 2.13 GHz, DDR3-1066 (Conroe)
    98

    • 2.50 GHz, DDR2-1066 (Agena)
    98

    • 2.50 GHz, DDR2-1066 (Agena)
    98

    • 2.13 GHz, DDR3-1066 (Allendale)
    100

    • 2.80 GHz, DDR2-800 (Brisbane)
    100

    • 2.13 GHz, DDR3-1066 (Conroe-2048)
    100

    • 2.50 GHz, DDR2-1066 (Kuma)
    101

    • 2.40 GHz, DDR2-1066 (Toliman)
    103

    • 2.40 GHz, DDR2-1066 (Agena)
    104

    • 2.40 GHz, DDR2-1066 (Agena)
    104

    • 2.70 GHz, DDR2-800 (Brisbane)
    105

    • 2.40 GHz, DDR2-1066 (Kuma)
    106

    • 2.30 GHz, DDR2-1066 (Agena)
    107

    • 2.10 GHz, DDR2-1066 (Toliman)
    107

    • 2.60 GHz, DDR2-800 (Brisbane)
    107

    • 2.30 GHz, DDR2-1066 (Agena)
    107

    • 2.30 GHz, DDR2-1066 (Agena)
    107

    • 2.30 GHz, DDR2-1066 (Toliman)
    107

    • 2.20 GHz, DDR2-1066 (Agena)
    112

    • 2.20 GHz, DDR2-1066 (Agena)
    112

    • 1.86 GHz, DDR3-1066 (Conroe)
    113

    • 2.50 GHz, DDR2-800 (Brisbane)
    113

    • 1.86 GHz, DDR3-1066 (Conroe-2048)
    114

    • 1.86 GHz, DDR3-1066 (Allendale)
    Test platform
    114

    • 2.40 GHz, DDR2-800 (Windsor-512)
    115

    • 2.10 GHz, DDR2-1066 (Toliman)
    117

    • 2.10 GHz, DDR2-1066 (Toliman)
    117

    • 2.20 GHz, DDR2-1066 (Agena)
    123

    • 1.80 GHz, DDR2-1066 (Agena)
    138

    • 1.80 GHz, DDR2-1066 (Agena)
    138
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