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CPU Information on Intel Processors

Tyan proudly supports these Intel CPU's on various platforms
  • Intel® Pentium® Processor Extreme Edition
  • Intel® Pentium® D Processor
  • Intel® Pentium® Processor Extreme Edition supporting Hyper-Threading Technology
  • Intel® Pentium® 4 Processor supporting Hyper-Threading Technlogy
  • Intel® Pentium® 4 Processor
  • Intel® Celeron™ D Processor
  • Intel® Celeron™ Process
  • Intel® Xeon™ Processor
  • Intel® Pentium® III Processor
For information about the CPU types/brands listed above, please visit the official Intel website:

FAQ for Intel CPU
  1. What is Intel EM64T technology?

    Intel® Extended Memory 64 Technology¥ (Intel® EM64T) enables 64-bit computing on the server/workstation and desktop platforms when combined with supporting software. Intel EM64T improves performance by allowing the system to address more than 4 GB of both virtual and physical memory. Intel EM64T provides support for:

     - 64-bit flat virtual address space
     - 64-bit pointers
     - 64-bit wide general purpose registers
     - 64-bit integer support
     - Up to 1 terabyte (TB) of platform address space

    For more information, please check the official Intel website at:
  2. What is an Intel Dual Core CPU?

    An Intel dual-core processor consists of two complete execution cores in one physical processor (right), both running at the same frequency. Both cores share the same packaging and the same interface with the chipset/memory.

    For more information check the official Intel website at:
  3. What is Hyper-Threading?

    Hyper-Threading Technology enables multi-threaded software applications to execute threads in parallel.

    For further information check the official Intel website location:

    Looking for product/data sheets and other general details about various LGA, PLGA, PPGA, FCPGA 2 CPU architecture?  Look at the offiical Intel website for further information: