Intel Core 2 Duo E7200
Released April, 2008
The Pros:Runs very cool, no major heat to account for at all. Can be overclocked past 3Ghz without too much effort. Stays stable even when running high demand games.
The Cons:Still slower and with a greater power draw than modern Intel i3 processors.
The Intel Core 2 Duo E7200 is one of Intel's next generation of dual core processor that is more energy efficient yet powerful. The E7200 codenamed "Wolfdale" is similar to the processors in its series, but it features only 3 MB of L2 cache, a core clock speed of 2.53 GHz, and a front side bus of 1066 MHz.
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Likewise with the E8190 processor, it also does not feature Intel Virtualization Technology, nor Intel Trusted Execution Technology. The CPU is still manufactured on a 45nm die and contains 2 processor cores. Designed to be more efficient than Intel's previous generation of dual-cores, it has a Thermal Design Power of 65W. For the full report, refer to Intel Core 2 Duo.
- Core Clock Speed: 2.53GHz
- L2-cache: 3072KB
- Front Side Bus: 1066MHz
- Thermal Design Power: 65W
- Socket: LGA 775
- Release Date: April 20, 2008
- Price: $133
User Reviews (1)
runs very cool, no major heat to account for at all
can be overclocked past 3Ghz without too much effort
stays stable even when running high demand games
speed is enough for gaming enthusiasts
reasonable power consumption, much lower than other CPUs released by Intel in the same year
can often be found at a price much lower than the original MSRP, many good deals available
still slower and with a greater power draw than modern Intel i3 processors
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