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Meet Intel Wolfdale: Core 2 Duo E8500, E8400 and E8200 Processors Review
these chips are good!
We need another strong player in this market to keep prices down and push both of them forward! And anyone who's rational enough would agree to this.
@anti-"AMD fanboy" - if I were you I'd actually call 911 for AMD's help. With every news bit about another Intel success and AMD bugs and delays it looks like AMD already have one leg in the grave. Do your really want an officially monopolistic Intel???? Are you ready to return to the days of paying $800 for a mid range CPU???
AMD might as well be the next VIA! Intel is just gunning for a reduction in AMD's market share... helping AMD as a consumer?!? that is crap! they dug their own mudhole to begin with...
even Intel's mobile chips are impressive...
How many people would tell you that they wouldn't mind paying $800 for a CPU when they could pay $250 instead???
Are you looking for ways to burn money? Has your bank manager called you to ask that you take some of your money back cause it's cracking the safe' walls?
How mind numb can you be for thinking that my unwillingness to burn extra money on a CPU means that I don't have the capability of doing so? I know people who make 3 times more than I do who won't be willing to spend that much on a CPU.
I'm not saying to support them as a consumer, as you've learned I care a lot of what I'm doing with my money, so I won't buy crappy components. But I'm also far from being glad at their fall like you...
whoever has the better chip can control the pricing of their top-end lineup... as well as the bragging rights!
AMD has a share of the low-end spectrum of the market (a market with the smallest margin of profit)... they put this upon themselves! Do they have a performing chip that can compete even in the mid-range/mainstream lineup?!? the answer is NO/NONE!!!!
I suggest you start knocking heads with AMD and wake them up cause Intel isn't seating around! You call this competetion?!? AMD isn't competing.. they're just screwing around!
Yuu really enjoy this don't you?
We live in fast changing times.
increase the L2 cache size.512kb per core on all their 65nm chips-even
Phenoms-is pathetic.Intel keeps adding cache while AMD keeps sub-
tracting it-no wonder they are losing the cpu wars!
And for the dumbass who said get a job LMAO. He probably makes more money than you, just is not an idiot with his money.
Only moron children who live in their parents basements would want AMD to die. Competition is good for the market without it things will slow down. Point and case Intel has already pushed back the release date on these chips because of a lack of competition.
No one is disputing intels chips are better, but if you think AMD dying is a good thing. You clearly don't have a clue.
Yeah exactly, I didn't think so.
wolfdale is gonna be another nail in amd's coffin...or should i say the stake through amd's heart?
If it's such a simple story as "no competition then higher price" then Intel would be raising prices ALREADY
Use some of those brain cells... it'll help
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Lower clock higher VCore. Can somebody explain.
The comments need "edit" and a password for each username so some guy can't pretend to be me and write comments like "i like dick".
- Fast and dual core.
- 45nm process means that it produces very little heat.
- Relatively inexpensive.
- Overclocks well.
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- No real cons for the processor itself, but some older Core 2 Duo motherboards only support the 65nm process Core 2 Duos, which are the E6xxx and E4xxx series. Before you buy an E8xxx series processor, make sure that your motherboard supports it first. You can find a chipset compatibility chart if you search the web for "List of Intel Chipsets".
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