Intel Core 2 Duo P9500
Released July, 2008
The Pros:Improves Windows Experience score in Windows 7. Capable of very fast processing, can handle larger jobs quickly. Runs fairly cool, don't usually have to do anything to account for the heat.
The Cons:Draws a lot of power to run, decreases battery life.
The Intel Core 2 Duo P9500 is a high-end dual-core microprocessor based on 45nm technology and intended for notebook use. It has a clock speed of 2.53GHz and front side bus speed of 1066MHz, a slim form factor and thermal design power of 25W.
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It has 6MB of L2 cache, which is shared between the two cores to reduce time spent busing information. The P9500 is also capable of 64-bit processing. It has Intel's HD Boost technology which allows the processor to keep up with high-definition video or video editing, or other HD applications. It is also supposed to make more efficient use of power to prolong laptop battery life. This processor's package type is micro-FCPGA.
- Released July 2008
- Dual-core 64-bit notebook processor
- 2.53 GHz
- 1066MHz FSB
- 6 MB shared L2 cache
- High-efficiency to promote longer battery life
- 25W TDP
- Optimized for HD applications
User Reviews (1)
improves Windows Experience score in Windows 7
capable of very fast processing, can handle larger jobs quickly
runs fairly cool, don't usually have to do anything to account for the heat
enables laptops to run a wide variety of games smoothly
installation is quick and painless, pretty simple process
excellent quality control, can always count on receiving a 100% working unit
draws a lot of power to run, decreases battery life
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