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Why You Should AVOID Core 2 Duo Engineering Samples

Posted on Saturday, May 12 2007 @ 04:46:33 CEST by


Everyone loves Intel engineering samples. They are special handpicked samples for reviewers that are more overclockable and have unlocked multipliers. Or do they?

We take a look at the Core 2 Duo engineering samples and show you why they are not the processors that everyone thinks they are. Should you buy one, or not? Read on at TechARP to find out.



 



 

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