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Intel Core 2 Duo E6300


$221.00 Released July, 2006

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Amazing performance for the price. Overclocks to more than 3.0Ghz. High capacity for overclocking compared to older Intel chips at this range and competing AMD chips.

The Cons:Lower memory cache size than the other models in this series. Can be difficult to find for individual purchase. Lower operating frequency than competing models.

An Intel chip featuring their new Core architecture, this processor is one of several dual core processors as part of the Core 2 Duo line. Also, look for the Core 2 Extreme line with the same architecture with an unlocked multiplier for higher clock speeds.

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    Amazing performance for the price.

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    Overclocks to more than 3.0Ghz.

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    High capacity for overclocking compared to older Intel chips at this range and competing AMD chips

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    Consistent performance during demanding video applications like editing film and gaming

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    Temperatures remain relatively constant and low despite overclocking

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    Noticeably lower power consumption than previous generation

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    Lower memory cache size than the other models in this series

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    Can be difficult to find for individual purchase

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    Lower operating frequency than competing models

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bob1029
bob1029: #intel_core_2_duo_e6300 I use this processor in combination with a Gigabyte 965P-DQ6 (which i HIGHLY recommend), and 2GB of decent corsair memory, and I can easily push this cpu to 3.08 GHZ using mild aftermarket air cooling by simply adjusting the fsb and memory divider. Even at stock speeds, this processor dominates any other available offerings in the price range. May 16, 07
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