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Old 22nd December 2009, 14:40   #1
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Default Intel prepares Pentium E5500 (2.8Ghz) for $74

So it's clocked at 2.8GHz has an 800MHz FSB, 2MB of cache, naturally two cores and 65W TDP. Intel has one fairly similar product called E6300 and this CPU has the same 2.8GHz frequency and the only real difference is that E6300 supports FSB1066.

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You can clearly see by looking at the product name how familiar these CPU's are... NOT!
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they messed it up with their Ex50 naming already, downhill from there on
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They already messed it up with the Core i7 980X Extreme, why not all the rest...
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I'm referring to the E6750 and others... quite some time ago already
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I'm referring to the E6750 and others... quite some time ago already
Ah. Well they are just continuing with tradition.
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