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AdvantagesHigh FSB, large L2 cache memory, 64 bit architecture, operates in low voltage.

DisadvantagesDoes not support Hyper-threading technology, very poor L1 cache memory.

...performance from all the hardwares . I can surf internet, listen to music and also play some decent entry level games at the same time. This is fair enough for me. It also operates in a very low power. This is definitely a plus point, since it also consumes less power and doesn?t get heated easily. It also comes with the cooler and heatsink on top to keep them cool. All in all a decent core 2 duo processor...

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AdvantagesStylish, flexible, super fast startup

DisadvantagesPricey compared to a PC

...I really like my Mac, so I'm not going to linger on that side of things. The 13" screen is crystal clear, the keyboard feels nice and it doesn't take long to get used to the trackpad style mouse. It's super fast to boot up and shut down, less than 30 seconds from 'off' and probably less than 5 from 'sleep' mode. That's stunning compared to my other machines that can take anything from 5 to 20...

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AdvantagesGreatest value and performance at the lowest price, highly overclockable

DisadvantagesOnly 1MB L2 shared cache, performance hit in games

...; How this processor arrived on his market and why did Intel launched it. ▀ ▀ ▀ First was the great Core 2 Duo E6000 family. The first Intel Core 2 Duo processor cores, code-named Conroe were launched on July 27, 2006 at Fragapalooza, a yearly gaming event in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. These processors are built on a 65 nm process and are intended for desktops, replacing the Pent...

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