|jmke ||15th November 2006 08:27 |
Intel Core 2 Duo E4300 to be released on 21st Jan 07
Intel Core2 Duo E4300, the next Core 2 Duo processor to be released is now scheduled on 21 Jan 2007. Its market is set to value, such that it has 800 MHz FSB only, though, according to the report from manufacturers, most of their mother board could able to overclock the processor to 1066 MHz FSB without any change to voltage.
Intel Core 2 Duo E4300 is the first native 2MB L2 Conroe at L2 Stepping. The processor is running at 1.8GHz, 800MHz FSB and 9X multiplier. Without adding voltage, 1066MHz FSB is mostly achieved and runs really stable. At 1066 MHz FSB, the clock speed is further enhanced to 2.4GHz. Compared with Core 2 Duo E6400 (2.13GHz/2MB L2/1066MHz FSB), this can provide a 10-15% higher performance, but the price is much cheaper, say Core 2 Duo E4300 @ $163 vs Core 2 Duo E6300 @ $183.
|Sidney ||15th November 2006 17:08 |
This is the one I'm getting; it saves from expensive memory and Mobo.
|Rutar ||15th November 2006 17:45 |
How does the overclocking go with the memory tough. If that jacks the memory speed up too much, it will be a problem.
|jmke ||16th November 2006 06:54 |
it has 9x multiplier, you can use dividers to keep memory speed down and pump the FSB up, at 400mhz you are already at 3.6Ghz :)
if I buy Core 2, this one will be it for me too.
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