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Intel E7200 2.53GHz Dual Core Processor


Author:  Chris Swertfeger
Date:  2008.11.20
Topic:  Processors
Provider:  Intel
Manufacturer:  Intel






Intel E7200 2.53GHz Dual Core Processor

 

Introduction:

Games like Crysis can bring even the manliest of rigs to to their knees, but not everyone is an avid gamer. Sometimes you just need something to get the job done. Some applications still don't scale that well when migrating from dual core to quad core. They are getting better about it, but it's still not quite there. This processor gets the job done with time to spare. The Intel's E7200 is also receiving a lot of attention from the overclocking community as being an amazing overclocker. We'll see about that.

Features:

  • Dual Core
  • Enhanced Intel Speedstep Technology
  • Intel EM64T
  • Enhanced Halt State (C1E)
  • Execute Disable Bit
  • Intel Thermal Monitor 2

 

Specifications (from Intel.com):

Spec Number:
SLAPC
CPU Speed:
2.53 GHz
PCG:
06
Bus Speed:
1066 MHz
Bus/Core Ratio:
9.5
L2 Cache Size:
3 MB
L2 Cache Speed:
2.53 GHz
Package Type:
LGA775
Manufacturing Technology:
45 nm
Core Stepping:
M0
CPUID String:
10676h
Thermal Design Power:
65W
Thermal Specification:
74.1°C
VID Voltage Range:
0.85V – 1.3625V

 



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