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Intel Core Duo tested in RightMark Memory Analyzer

Posted on Thursday, February 23 2006 @ 02:30:01 CET by


Digit-Life has a detailed platform analysis in RightMark memory analyzer of Intel's Core Duo (Yonah).

"Our today's analysis of low level characteristics of the processor core will deal with the most interesting modification of the Napa processor — Intel Core Duo, which peculiarity within the bounds of our review lies in using shared 2-MB L2 Cache that can be efficiently distributed between the cores depending on demands of each core. The new processor core Yonah will be compared to its closest predecessor — the second revision of Dothan core."

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