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Intel adds two new dual-core chips

Posted on Monday, April 19 2010 @ 15:10:57 CEST by


Intel just added two new dual-core processors to its lineup; the Pentium Dual-Core E5500 (LGA775) and Core i5 680 (LGA1156). These two chips will be available for $75 and $294, respectively, in 1,000 unit quantities.
he Core i5 680 uses the 32 nm based Clarkdale core. At 3.60 GHz (27 x 133 MHz) with a Turbo Boost speed of 3.86 GHz, the i5 680 is expected to be the fastest dual-core processor ever made. Its embedded Intel HD Graphics controller is clocked at 733 MHz. It has L2 caches of 256 KB per core, and a shared L3 cache of 4 MB. It supports two channels of DDR3 memory. With HyperThreading enabled, the chip gives the OS four logical CPUs to deal with. It has a TDP of 73W.

The Pentium Dual-Core E5500 is based on the 45 nm Wolfdale-2M core, it has a clock speed of 2.80 GHz (14 x 200 MHz), and FSB speed of 800 MHz. It has a shared L2 cache of 2 MB, and TDP of 65W.
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