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What does the P mean? It got me confused.

Helping a friend with a new build. Should he go for the 2380P or 2320?
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The P here stands for GPU-less, as those come without the built-in Intel HD 3000 graphics.
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Oh, I see. Is there any point to having the integrated graphics though? He will have a 560 ti.
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Nope - he will be just fine with the 560.
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Ok, great! Thanks.
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Also it won't be a problem ordering a Z68 board with HDMI/VGA port with this CPU?
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No problem at all.
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My friend bought Ci5 2380P (it's 2400 w/o IGP)..

Its 3.1GHz processor (3.4GHz TURBO)..

But here's a catch,its an ES (Engineer sample) D2 stepping and it has what it seems a partially unlocked multiplier up to 36x..

Now he's @ 3.7GHz (103 x 36) on Asus P8P67 LE motherboard..

Since motherboard does not support 2380P officially (checked CPU support list) it might be that it's preventing him to set multiplier higher..

He can set it to eg. 38x but in CPU-Z it stays @ 36x (sometimes it jumps @ 37x)..

Maybe after a BIOS update from Asus he might OC it even further..


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@ 3.7GHz over 2hrs in P95 CUSTOM 1344K :

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My friend bought Ci5 2380P (it's 2400 w/o IGP)..
Its 3.1GHz processor (3.4GHz TURBO)..
But here's a catch,its an ES (Engineer sample) D2 stepping and it has what it seems a partially unlocked multiplier up to 36x..
Now he's @ 3.7GHz (103 x 36) on Asus P8P67 LE motherboard..
Since motherboard does not support 2380P officially (checked CPU support list) it might be that it's preventing him to set multiplier higher..
He can set it to eg. 38x but in CPU-Z it stays @ 36x (sometimes it jumps @ 37x)..
Maybe after a BIOS update from Asus he might OC it even further..
2275512.png
@ 3.7GHz over 2hrs in P95 CUSTOM 1344K :
375
CHEERS..

That is very interesting, thanks!
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