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A positively average processor that is good for general use

Advantages: Good for general use, fairly cheap, doesn't get too hot, apparent good overclocker
Disadvantages: Not so great for gaming and enthusiastic use, only two threads

The Core 2 Duo E6600 is a dual core computer processor, intended for a 1066 socket motherboard. Fitting the processor The Core 2 Duo is relatively nice board to fit, at least on the motherboards I have tested it on. It slots in nice and easily ...

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Review of Intel Dual-Core E6600 2.4 GHz

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A Return to the Intel Fold

Advantages: Blistering performance. Good overclocker. 64-bit processing.
Disadvantages: Pricey. Heat sink and fan is a little strange.

Since building my first PC in 1999, I had used AMD processors. Initially, it was just an enthusiast, cost-based decision. But as the Athlons improved, and then gave way to the Athlon 64s, I truly believed that AMD were making the best processors. It wa ...

sexyjw 15.03.2007 · Read full review
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Review of Intel Dual-Core E6600 2.4 GHz

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Intel's E6600 processor from HEAVEN!

Advantages: Relatively economical, Extreme performance, Extreme Overclockability, Low temperatures/Power usage
Disadvantages: Not any!!

One word, awesome. That's the only way I can think to describe this processor to you. The performance that you get with this CPU is astounding, destroying my petty benchmarks. With very little effort I was able to overclock it to far faster speeds than th ...

ichkeria 20.07.2007 · Read full review
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Overclockable Beast, Large Cache, Dual Core

Advantages: High overclocking margin, runs cool, good value
Disadvantages: If you give it too much VCore, performance degrades

The Intel Core 2 Duo E6600 Boxed processor is my first try at the world of dual-core (and eventually multi-core) processing. After building my computer consisting of the Intel processor, EVGA nForce 680i SLI motherboard and EVGA 8800 GTX graphics card, to ...

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Well Recommended

Advantages: Low power consumption, no heating issues, great speed, one of the best out there
Disadvantages: None! It's so good! :)

...This is a fabulous processor! I recommend you buy this product as it is not expensive compared to others and I'm having no issues with it whatsoever. I'm very pleased with my purchase :) My old Intel processor had trouble coping with the heat and I could ...

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Review of Intel Dual-Core E6600 2.4 GHz

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