Intel adds Xeon L3403 CPU
New low-power Xeon model with L3403 processor number surfaced on Intel's website. Xeon L3403 is not a new microprocessor, as, according to Intel's ark database, it was launched in the second quarter 2010. Nevertheless, no references to this model, or associated CM80616005496AB part number and SLBRX S-Spec number can be found on the net at this time.
Intel Xeon L3403 is the second Clarkdale CPU from Xeon 3400 uni-processor series. The microprocessor is based on 0.032 nm technology, and, like its more powerful L3406 sibling, features 2 cores with 4 MB shared L3 cache, and 30 Watt Thermal Design Power. The Xeon L3403 is clocked at 2 GHz, and supports VT-x and VT-d hardware virtualization technologies, as well as Trusted Execution technology. Turbo Boost and Hyperthreading features, that can be found on Xeon L3406 and other members of 3400 series, are disabled on the L3403. The processor is manufactured in 1156-land LGA package, and fits socket 1156 motherboards. There is no box part number associated with this model, therefore we assume that it's only shipped in OEM systems. Official price for this microprocessor is not known, but it should be cheaper than current $189 price tag for the L3406 model.
Update (Oct 21): Intel removed L3403 specifications from the ark database, but Google still shows three pages on Intel website referencing this CPU:
Unfortunately, ARK database pages are not in Google cache, and the search results above may disappear in a few days.