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Hardware review: Intel Core 2 Duo CPU

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The era of Netburst is finally over...
Previous Intel processors with the “Extreme” moniker were not only clocked higher than the rest of the pack, but came with additional cache or were running at faster FSB speed. Not so the X6800. It’s no different from any other Core 2 Duo product - with the exception of the core frequency. The X6800 comes however with an open multiplier which makes it easier to manipulate the processor speed for higher performance.
 read more | score:7921 | -Ray, July 16, 2006
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