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  Published: 2009-07-29, review by: madshrimps.be

  • Abstract:  & SpecsIntel surprised friend and foe when it announced the Pentium E6300. Havent we seen this CPU on the shelves a few years back when Core 2 duo was first released? The Pentium brand indicates its a totally new CPU and this new release got alm...

 
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  Published: 2007-06-27, review by: techwarelabs.com

  • Abstract:  Intel With todays vast market of processors, most people tend to aim for processors rated at a high GHz speed. A 1.86GHz processor couldnt be nearly as good as a part rated at 2.4GHz right?? Wrong. Intels Core 2 Duo E6300 may only be 1.86 GHz, but...

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  Published: 2007-03-12, review by: Maxitmag.com

  • Abstract:  Real World Performance The E6300 is once more the leader in this test and is 10% faster at MP3 encoding than the 3800+ X2 with both CPUs at 2.5 GHz. At stock, the E6300 managed to beat the 3800+ X2 by 7%. A similar story is seen in file compression,...

 
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  Published: 2007-01-11, review by: tomshardware.com

  • Abstract:  Many users have reported great success overclocking the Core 2 Duo entry-level model E6300. We drove the 1.86 GHz processor to 3.4 GHz, but despite that, this model still isnt our first choice for overclocking any more.

 
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  Published: 2006-10-18, review by: ixbtlabs.com

  • Abstract:  Its merely a result of a simplest extrapolation sequenting from the following assumption: any drops and increases of this series performance are a function of clock rate. Given we know the results of a certain E6700 and E6600 benchmark as well as clo...

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  Published: 2006-09-07, review by: neoseeker.com

  • We can draw some very interesting conclusions from our testing. If you are primarily a business user of office software, you are actually better off saving money with a low cost X2 3800+ If you do a lot of multimedia production - MP3 and MPEG encoding...

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  Published: 2006-08-26, Author: Nathan , review by: legitreviews.com

  • With proper cooling the Intel Core 2 Duo Processor E6300 with the Conroe core is very overclockable and can be had for roughly $193 shipped. ...

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  Published: 2006-07-13, review by: xbitlabs.com

  • First of all I would like to point out that new Intel processors on Core microarchitecture boast very impressive performance. The improvements Intel introduced in them have certainly helped create today’s most efficient x86 processor design. And the...

 
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  Published: 2006-07-13, Author: Matthew , review by: cnet.com

  • Abstract:  You will need to excuse Intel if its seen gloating over its new Core 2 Duo processors. Ever since dual-core desktop processors arrived on the scene last year, Intel has taken a backseat to rival AMD. Our own tests proved it, and it wasnt hard to find...

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  Published: 2007-05-30, review by: tomshardware.co.uk

  • Abstract:  For several years, Intel was unable to keep the energy requirements of its processors low. One reason can be found in the unfortunate 90nm Pentium 4 Prescott design. Additionally, Intel implemented only a small range of energy saving features, which ...

 
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