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Name: Xeon E3-1200 v2/3rd Gen Core processor DRAM Controller

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Name: Ivy Bridge DRAM Controller

seth.heasley

2011-03-24 22:38:34

Name: 3rd Gen Core processor DRAM Controller

seth.heasley

2012-04-12 01:59:41

Name: Xeon E3-1200 v2/3rd Gen Core processor DRAM Controller

seth.heasley

2012-05-15 01:36:07

Name: 3rd Gen Core processor DRAM Controller

notslar

2012-08-09 17:18:09

Name: 2/3rd Gen Core processor DRAM Controller

Found on a desktop board that takes arbitrary 2nd and 3rd gen LGA-1155 chips. Not Xeon E3-1200-specific.

kepstin

2013-01-06 23:01:40

@ kepstin: This device is part of your CPU, not your motherboard, so the ID you are seeing depends on the type of CPU that is fitted on the board.

AlbertP

2013-01-07 12:53:31

Name: 3rd Generation Core DRAM controller

This is the reason linux now shows my 3rd generation Core i3 as a Xeon E3-1200 in lspci.
We should not be listing the CPU model as part of the DRAM controller name because it will conflict with different CPUs. Instead I recommend calling this device "3rd Generation Core DRAM controller"

damo22

2014-05-26 14:14:51

It is either a Xeon or a 3rd generation Core with a / between the Xeon model and 3rd gen core to make clear that it can be both. This name is correct in my opinion.
By the way, the names Intel employees submit here are usually equal to those in Windows. I assume Windows also lists the DRAM controller this way if you look a bit further in Device Manager.

AlbertP

2014-05-27 15:16:52

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Subsystems

Id Name Note
1458 d000Ivy Bridge GT1 [HD Graphics]
1849 0150Motherboard
1043 84caP8 series motherboard
15d9 0624X9SCM-F Motherboard

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