Intel Chipset Codenames Cross-Reference Table

Introduction

Even for those of us that work daily in the high-tech industry it is hard to keep track of all the codenames Intel uses for their chipsets and then trying to remember what commercial name Intel gave each one. For the average user it is really complicated trying to understand exactly what product an article or review posted on an enthusiast-oriented media is talking about, especially when they are using the codename instead of the final product name. In order to help everybody out there (including ourselves), we decided to compile a series of quick cross-reference tables containing all the codenames Intel uses for their chipsets and the actual product name. Enjoy.

On this page we present recent chipsets, while in the next pages we present older chipsets.

Codename Commercial Name Market

Year

870 E8870 IA64 Server (Itanium)

2008

Bearlake 31, 33, 35, 38, and 48 series Desktop

2006

Bigby 3200 and 3210 Server

2007

Blackford 5000P, 5000V, and 5000Z Server

2004

Boxboro 7500 Server

2007

Broadwater 946 and 965 series Desktop

2005

Calistoga 940 and 945 series Mobile

2004

Cantiga 40 and 45 series Mobile

2008

Cave Creek DH8900 Server

2012

Clarksboro 7300 Server

2006

Cougar Point 65, 67, and 68 series Desktop

2010

Cougar Point 65 and 67 series Mobile

2010

Cougar Point C200 Server

2010

Crestline 960 and 965 series Mobile

2006

Eaglelake 41, 43, and 45 series Desktop

2007

Glenwood 975X Desktop

2004

Greencreek 5000X Server

2004

Ibex Peak 55 and 57 series Desktop

2008

Ibex Peak 55 and 57 series Mobile

2008

Ibex Peak 3400, 3420, and 3450 Server

2008

Lakeport 945 series Desktop

2005

Mukilteo 3000 Server

2005

Mukilteo 2 3010 Server

2006

Panther Point 75 and 77 Series Desktop

2010

Panther Point 75, 76, and 77 Series Mobile

2010

Panther Point C216 Server

2010

Patsburg X79 Desktop

2010

Patsburg C600 Server

2010

Poulsbo UL11 and US15 series Mobile (Atom)

2007

San Clemente 5100 Server

2007

Seaburg 5400 Server

2006

Tiger Point NM10 Mobile (Atom)

2009

Topcliff EG20T Mobile (Atom)

2009

Tylersburg X58 Desktop

2007

Tylersburg 5500 and 5520 Server

2007

Wellsburg (not released yet) Server

2013

Whitmore Lake 3100 Embedded

2008

Whitney Point SM35 Mobile (Atom)

2010

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