In order for the system to associate your offer on Yandex.Market with the product profile, you must specify:
processor manufacturer (AMD, Intel)
line (model range the processor belongs to)
socket — the receptacle for installing the processor on the mother board (AM2, S754, S939, or others)
processor frequency (number of clock ticks per unit of time, from 900 MHz)
L2 cache size (size of the second-level memory cache, from 128 KB)
All these parameters are required and they must be specified in the product offer title.
The more detailed your product description, the more likely it will get into the desired product profile. This is why we recommend setting not just the required parameters, but additional ones as well:
Processor code. This is a number-letter label on the processor used by the manufacturer (3000+, T5500). When the processor code is included in the product offer, the transfer rate can be deduced if it is not specified.
Bus frequency — the clock frequency of data exchange between the processor and the computer's bus system (1066 MHz, 667 MHz, and so on).
Core (Northwood, Prescott, Willamette, Prescott2М).
Manufacturer's code (vendor code). This is a unique code for identifying the specific model.
The processor line, processor code, core, socket, and L2 cache size are specified for a processor.
AMD Athlon 64 X2 5200+ Brisbane (AM2, 1024Kb)
The processor line, processor frequency, socket, L2 cache size, and bus frequency are specified for a processor.
Intel Celeron 2300MHz (S478, 128Kb, 400MHz)
Manufacturer was omitted.
Athlon 64 X2 5200+ Brisbane (AM2, 1024Kb)
The socket and L2 cache size were omitted.
Intel Celeron 2300MHz
The processor line was omitted.
AMD 3000+ Winchester (S939, 512Kb)
The original processor number was cut off.
All the elements in the name must be specified exactly the same as on the manufacturer's site.
In all these cases, the system cannot associate the offer with a product profile.