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Previous gen core i5 650

Advantages: Cheap, consumes very less power
Disadvantages: slow, cannot be overclocked

...I bought this pc in the January of 2011. At that time the second generation of Intel core i5 processors were not available. The configuration of my pc: Core i5 650, base frequency 3.2 GhzDh55pj mainboard2 Gb DDR-3 RAM (TEAM)5 ...

fahim1rocks 23.04.2012 · Read full review
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Review of Intel Dual-Core I5-650 3.2 GHz

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Providing blistering speed!

Advantages: Great processor with lots of power!
Disadvantages: Price

With the advent of dual core processor, this really does give insane power to the user! Also the exclusivity of the Xeon processor family to servers only is no longer and it is finally available for Desktop Machines! With more cache on-board then regular ...

NuclearDesolation 14.03.2011 · Read full review
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Review of Intel Dual-Core 5080 3.73 GHz

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Powerful and efficient

Advantages: Fast, good overclocking potential; the best for games (and virtually all other applications)
Disadvantages: Runs fairly warm, but nothing terrible

As a gamer, I needed the best processor out there. Searching around, the only real debate in this price range was whether to go for the E6850, a dual core CPU, or the Q6600, a quad core at a lower clock. After looking at many different benchmarks and revi ...

ClockworkUniverse42 04.06.2008 · Read full review
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Review of Intel Dual-Core E6850 3 GHz

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An extremely fast processor

Advantages: Very Fast, Stock fan is not too loud
Disadvantages: Further overclocking would require a better fan

This is the fastest standard Intel Core 2 Duo you can buy, the E6850 has a 333Mhz FSB which is 1,333Mhz Effective so it has more memory bandwidth than its descendants. The E6850 has a VID of 1.35V most of the time (some of them have a VID of 1.3v alth ...

Xplodzion 11.09.2007 · Read full review
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Review of Intel Dual-Core E6850 3 GHz

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competitive with quad core processors

Advantages: everything
Disadvantages: none

Intel Core 2 Duo E8500 / 3.16 GHz *** This is my favorite processor and I love to have this in my one of the PC at home due to its great performance and speed. Some processors are really very affordable and trustable with long run capacity and features to ...

gemsarchitect 03.03.2009 · Read full review
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Review of Intel Dual-Core E8500 3.16 GHz

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