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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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A nice little dual-core processor

Advantages: Quick, Handles Multiple tasks, can overclock stablely to 3.1 Ghz.
Disadvantages: A little dated now.

This is the Intel Pentium Dual Core E5400 Processor, boasting clock speeds of 2.7Ghz on both of it's cores, an L2 cache of 2Mb, an FSP of 1333 MT/s and an FSB multiplier of 13.5x. Fits the LGA 775 Socket, which I don't think is used much anymore, apart fr ...

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Review of Intel Dual-Core E5400 2.7 GHz

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The Baby with Monster Attitude

Advantages: Incredible performance and Extremely overclockable
Disadvantages: Overclockers will need an expensive motherboard to gain the best results

The E6300 is the cheapest of Intel's Core 2 Duo's with an average price range of around £120 and runs at a steady 1.86Ghz with 2 physical cores and a FSB of 1,066MHZ. Now before I loose you in techno jargon I will explain what the E6300 basically is. ...

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Review of Intel Dual-Core E6300 1.86 GHz

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Value for money

Advantages: Performance and features
Disadvantages: Lower cache and clock speed than its bigger brothers

...The Core 2 Duo E6300 is the slowest processor out of the Core 2 Duo range (until Intel releases the E4300). However, dont let this fool you into believing that the performance of the processor will be poor. The new Core 2 Duo range of processors are cutt ...

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Review of Intel Dual-Core E6300 1.86 GHz

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