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|10th October 2006, 12:06||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
Intel E6400 with 4Mb L2 Cache spotted in the wild
The story with my E6400 started when I bought it from kiwi. Then I put it under DI and got a WR on that But the results were doudtful because the CPU was faster than most of conroes @ that freq.
Now, though, with new CPU-Z 1.37 it all got clear. Downloaded it today in the morning - tested it on my mom`s PC (since my E6700 rig is undercostruction) - didn`t believe my eyes - CPU has shown 4Mb of cache !!! Tried CrustalCPUID - the same thing - 4096Kbytes
|10th October 2006, 22:58||#4|
Join Date: Nov 2004
I know what Frank told us, but how can you explain the fact that is superpi (Allendale world record) is totally of the chart.
His: (4,4GHz- > 11.67)
Closest one: (4,25GHz -> 14.00)
For only 150MHz, that is a very big hole.
Now have a look at this:
E6600 @ 4,4GHz -> 11,64s
|28th November 2006, 02:24||#5|
I was doing some hunting and came across this site.
There is a thread going in Australia about a E6400 4MB Cache that someone bought. It states in CPU-z that is an ES.
Can someone point me to this reply you mention from Franck. I cant see it here.
|28th November 2006, 12:16||#6|
Join Date: May 2002
let me see if I can find the link, here it is: http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...d.php?t=118768
Last edited by jmke : 28th November 2006 at 12:18.
|28th November 2006, 12:57||#7|
Thanks man, i found it.
But they are saying it's a fake. I don't think it is.
Someone bought one from IT Estate and they are selling them as E6400 4MB L2 Cache.
I'm real confused lol.
|1st December 2006, 10:38||#9|
Join Date: Jun 2006
Wow, this is cool. Now if only someone sold those in the US at the usual e6400 prices...
Same exact Revision B2 Stepping 6 model otherwise. Makes you wonder if any more "slipped" by Intel...? B2 Stepping 6's are not ES chips.
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