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|6th September 2007, 09:02||#1|
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Intel Core 2 Duo E6750 CPU Review
If you are looking for a processor to be the brains of your new gaming machine, but donít want to break the bank the E6750 is a great option.
You will want to be sure if you opt for the Intel Core 2 Duo E6750 that your mainboard supports the 1333MHz FSB speed. Mainboards that do support the FSB are the Intel P35 and the NVIDIA 680i and 650i mainboards. The P35 offers DDR3 support while the NVIDIA chipsets donít, right now thatís not much of an issue with DDR3 not affecting performance much.
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