Intel Pentium E5400
Released January, 2009
The Pros:Enough processing power for photo editing applications to run very quickly. Low-cost CPU solution, great value for budget PC builds. Can be overclocked quite a bit without any stability problems.
The Cons:Included CPU fan uses clips that are a bit tricky to figure out at first.
The Intel E5400 is a mid range dual core processor. I has a clock speed of 2.76GHz, and is build on the 45nm manufacturing process. It has a 800MHz front side bus and 2MB L2 cache along with a TDP of 65W.
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It is equipped with several common Intel processor features such as idle states, and enhanced Intel speed step technology where the processor will automatically adjust its speed depending on load. The E5400 is also 64 bit compatible and has virtualization functions enabling the use of virtual machines and many other related functionalities. Overall the Pentium E5400 is a well priced and good value processor for users without demanding computational needs.
Features / Specfications
- Dual core
- 800MHz FSB
- 2MB L2 cache
- 65W TDP
- Socket: LGA775
- 64 bit
- Idle States
- Enhanced Intel Speedstep Technology
- Execute disable bit
User Reviews (2)
enough processing power for photo editing applications to run very quickly
low-cost CPU solution, great value for budget PC builds
can be overclocked quite a bit without any stability problems
handles multitasking and multi-threaded applications smoothly with no lag
installation is easy enough for entry-level users to handle, not very complicated
runs very cool under normal conditions, included CPU fan is more than good enough
included CPU fan uses clips that are a bit tricky to figure out at first
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