Intel Pentium Dual Core E5200
Released August, 2008
The Pros:Can play games at high resolution smoothly. Runs at a reasonably low power draw, making it easy to overclock. Doesn't heat up very much even when overclocked.
The Intel Pentium Dual Core E5200 is a 45nm model released by Intel on August 31st, 2008, under the codename 'Wolfdale'. It is an immediate successor to the E21xx Allendale series, and boasts a larger 2MB L2 cache.
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Most notable about the E200 model is its clockability, cited as up to 6GHz (from 2.5GHz) clock speed using Liquid Nitrogen cooling. Additional features of the Intel Pentium Dual Core E5200 Wolfdale CPU include SSE4.1 media extensions, Enhanced Intel Speedstep Technology, and Enhanced Halt State (C1E). The Intel Pentium Dual Core E5200 retails for $99.99 and comes with a 3 year limited warranty.
- 45nm ‘Wolfdale’ Dual Core CPU
- Enhanced Clockability
- SSE4.1 Media Extensions
- Enhanced Intel Speedstep Technology
- Enhanced Halt State (C1E)
- 3 Year Limited Warranty
- Processor Number: E5200
- # of Cores: 2
- Clock Speed: 2.5GHz
- L2 Cache: 2MB
- FSB Speed: 800MHz
- Max TDP: 65W
- Thermal Specification: 64.1 C
- Sockets Supported: LGA775
User Reviews (1)
can play games at high resolution smoothly
runs at a reasonably low power draw, making it easy to overclock
doesn't heat up very much even when overclocked
priced low enough to be affordable for anyone looking for a quick upgrade
solid quality control that results in dependable and stable operation even when pushed
achieves a performance nearly equaling the Intel Core 2 Duo, but at a much lower cost
installation is very simple, can be handled by careful amateurs without a problem
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