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Intel Core 2 Duo - memory latencies tested

Posted on Monday, June 19 2006 @ 08:19:11 CEST by


TBREAK tests one of Intel's upcoming Core 2 processors
From what we've read about this CPU, not only does it perform exceptionally well, it also manages to reduce the temperatures and power consumption by quite a bit. This is great for Intel as ever since they moved to the Prescott core, things have not went that well for them with AMD constantly challenging and besting them in both performance and power utilization.

All that is supposed to end with Core2. We received an Engineering Sample of the E6600 Core2 CPU and as you can see from the CPU-Z screenshot below, this CPU is clocked at 2.4GHz.
Read on over here.



 



 

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