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Intel Core 2 Duo E6750 + Microsoft Office Premium 2007 2.66GHz 4MB L2 Box processor

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The Central Processing Unit (CPU) or (micro) processor is the part of a computer where most calculations take place. In terms of computing power, the processor is the most important element of a computer system, so the performance of a computer is highly dependant on the performance of the processor. For quite some time the performance of a processor has been determined by the number of MHz the clock speed was, but nowadays clock speed doesn\'t have so much to do with the speed of the processor anymore. One of the best ways to compare different kinds of processors, is to look up benchmarks on the internet. Please be careful to buy a processor that is compatible with your motherboard, i.e. fits in the right socket.
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Short summary description Intel Core 2 Duo E6750 + Microsoft Office Premium 2007 2.66GHz 4MB L2 Box processor:
This short summary of the Intel Core 2 Duo E6750 + Microsoft Office Premium 2007 2.66GHz 4MB L2 Box processor data-sheet is auto-generated and uses the product title and the first six key specs.

Intel Core 2 Duo E6750 + Microsoft Office Premium 2007, Intel® Core™ Duo, 2.66 GHz, LGA 775 (Socket T), 65 nm, 1333 MHz, 4 MB

Long summary description Intel Core 2 Duo E6750 + Microsoft Office Premium 2007 2.66GHz 4MB L2 Box processor:
This is an auto-generated long summary of Intel Core 2 Duo E6750 + Microsoft Office Premium 2007 2.66GHz 4MB L2 Box processor based on the first three specs of the first five spec groups.

Intel Core 2 Duo E6750 + Microsoft Office Premium 2007. Processor family: Intel® Core™ Duo, Processor frequency: 2.66 GHz, Processor socket: LGA 775 (Socket T). Thermal Design Power (TDP): 65 W, VID Voltage Range: 0.85 - 1.5 V

Processor
Processor family *
Intel® Core™ Duo
Processor frequency *
2.66 GHz
Processor cores *
2
Processor socket *
LGA 775 (Socket T)
Processor lithography *
65 nm
Box *
Yes
Processor front side bus
1333 MHz
Processor cache
4 MB
Processor
Processor cache type
L2
Stepping
G0
L2 cache speed
2.66
CPU multiplier (bus/core ratio)
8
Processor code
SLA9V
Power
Thermal Design Power (TDP) *
65 W
VID Voltage Range
0.85 - 1.5 V
Source Testseek summary Average rating
Reviews
Updated:
2014-10-15
Testseek has collected 36 expert reviews for Intel Core 2 Duo E6750 + Microsoft Office Premium 2007 and the average expert rating is 93 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
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SysOpt.com
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2014-10-15
Why would Intel make its second-fastest dual-core processor a mainstream bargain? Recent price drops have put the companys latest Core 2 Duos firmly within the grasp of mid-budget builders, with the companys FSB1333-based E6750 cheaper than even the FSB10...
100%
i4u.com
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2014-10-15
Intel has arguably the fastest processors around right now and today we are going to take a look at a lower cost and good performing CPU called the Intel Core 2 Duo E6750. this processor was one of the first Intel processors to use the 1333MHz front si...
Good Low cost, Good performance...
Bad Not all LGA775 mainboards will support the 1333MHz FSB...
Bottom line If you are building up a budget gaming system, the Intel Core 2 Duo E6750 CPU should be right at the top of your shopping list. It offers great performance at a price that is lower than you would expect given the performance of the part...
90%
pcstats.com
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2014-10-15
If you havent already heard, Intel recently injected fresh life into its Core 2 Duo Conroe platform by increasing the front side bus speed from 1066 MHz to 1333 MHz.
90%
rbmods.com
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2014-10-15
D remains competitive is budget processors. Let’s see how Intel’s latest socket 775 offering, the E6750, fares...
Good Performance, Overclocking...
Bad Price...
Bottom line The E6750 is a solid dual-core processor in the $150 price range, but with declining quad-core prices, you would probably want to shop around a bit first. The CPU keeps up with AMD’s older processors, but it's 65nm architecture keeps it a step...
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ixbtlabs.com
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2014-10-15
Our todays article will be devoted to Low-End processors. Not the cheapest ones as Celerons are still waiting for their turn. (Though even they can provide a sufficient performance level for many users, necessarily being very cheap -- top Core 2 Duo p...
Bottom line Weve deliberately published no comments on results of our old processors -- everything is clear. Indeed, Core 2 Duo E6600 used to be a cherished dream of many users, but now it can compete only with Pentium. However, its still competitive, even thou...
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tweaknews.net
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2014-10-15
As seen throughout the benchmarking, the E6750 is more of a baby step than a giant leap forward in the Core 2 Duo line of processors. The 1333Mhz front side bus does yield a increase even if it very marginal. The people that will be taking advantage of th...
Good Fast, Ridiculously Cheap, Cool Running, Stable, Small increase in speed with the FSB increase, Availability (Does any online store NOT have this processor?)...
Bad Needs a newer motherboard that supports 1333Mhz FSB.
Bottom line As seen throughout the benchmarking, the E6750 is more of a baby step than a giant leap forward in the Core 2 Duo line of processors. The 1333Mhz front side bus does yield a increase even if it very marginal. The people that will be taking advantage...
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Cdrinfo.com
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2014-10-15
Core 2 is a ninth-generation x86 architecture microprocessor produced by Intel and it was officially released on July 27, 2006. Processors are built on a 65 nm process and are intended for desktops, replacing the Pentium 4 and Pentium D. All Conroe pro...
Bottom line The recent price drops in Intel C2D has for the first time offered very high computing power at affordable prices for all class of end users. The newly released E6750 comes with 4MB cache and 1333MH FSB, that promises to improve performance, compared...
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neoseeker.com
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2014-10-15
Intel has recently introduced the P35 chipset with a fast 1333MHz FSB and DDR3 memory support – and we have found that the P35 chipset is quite an excellent performer, and when tied to speed DDR3 memory modules, it can provide high performance &ndas...
Bottom line If I havent made myself clear enough already, the Intel Core 2 Duo E6750 is simply the best overclocking Core 2 Duo chip Ive had the pleasure of testing to date. It overclocked very easily, at low Vcore settings, and was able to achieve 2028MHz FSB...
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tomshardware.com
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2014-10-15
Intels Core 2 series 6x50 takes advantage of a higher bus speed with potentially better throughput, but has lower CPU clock multipliers that simultaneously present a greater challenge for overclockers.
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legitreviews.com
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2014-10-15
At the beginning of this week, Intel officially introduced their flagship Core 2 Extreme QX6850 quad-core processor to go along with the recently announced Core 2 Duo E6550, E6750 and E6850 series processors. While all these processors have differen...
Bottom line Having a Front Side Bus (FSB) of 1066MHz is old news as Intel has now officially moved over to a faster 1333MHz FSB that helps improve performance. The Intel Core 2 Extreme QX6850 is now the flagship processor and rightly so as it dished out the pai...
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planetx64.com
Updated:
2014-10-15
(Sort of):The numbers here do not show a huge difference. I would suspect that if you have an E6700 already you would not see a huge performance increase... However, that is not to say the E6750 is not a good move for Intel as where this piece of sili...
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extremetech.com
Updated:
2014-10-15
On the other hand, Intel has begun shipping a new line of chipsets, known as , and performance of the new is at least on par with the older P965 and 975X core logic. The company is also readying a —a DDR3-based replacement for the aging 975X. While...
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pcper.com
Updated:
2014-10-15
The Core 2 Duo E6750 Processor With the release of the Intel P35 chipset last month, everyone across the world got word of the impending release of processors with front-side bus speeds higher than 1066 MHz, which is where the currently selling Core...
Bottom line The future of Intels Core 2 processor lineup looks strong with examples like the E6750 we have seen today. While at stock speeds the processor, even with its higher front-side bus speed of 1333 MHz, wasnt much faster than existing options, the head...
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techgage.com
Updated:
2014-10-15
It hasnt been a full year since we saw Intel launch their Core 2 Duo processors, but we will soon be seeing a line-up refresh. This is one product that really needs no introduction, but seeing as this is a refresh, refreshing everyones minds seems ap...
Bottom line By now, you have all the knowledge that you need for when 1333FSB processors drop later this summer. Is there a good reason to be excited? Well, even though this is a mere speed bump, and one that many overclockers have already accomplished long ago...
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Bootdaily.com
Updated:
2014-10-15
With AMD’s Barcelona still missing in action, Intel is keeping the pressure on by releasing incremental upgrades to its existing Core 2 Duo platform – this time a 1333MHz (4x333) front side bus speed. This slight improvement is aimed at helpin...
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firingsquad.com
Updated:
2014-10-15
8.5GB/sec. That’s the total amount of system bandwidth provided by the front-side bus (FSB) to the CPU in today’s latest Core 2 processors from Intel. While that figure may sound impressive at first, keep in mind that some Pentium Extreme Edit...
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hardwaresecrets.com
Updated:
2014-10-15
We received from Intel a Core 2 Duo E6750 engineering sample, which is basically a Core 2 Duo E6700 with a 1,333 MHz FSB instead of 1,066 MHz. It will be launched later this summer together with several other Core 2 Duo models with the new 1,333 MHz FS...
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hothardware.com
Updated:
2014-10-15
Over the last year or so, since Intels Core microarchitecture and Conroe core were ready to be unveiled at the Intel Developers Forum in early March 06, Intel has been more open and has allowed the media a view into more details regarding upcoming...
Bottom line Throughout our entire benchmark suite, the Core 2 Duo E6750 performed on-par or slightly faster than the similarly clocked Core 2 Duo E6700. The E6750s higher-clocked front side bus equated to more memory bandwidth in the synthetic tests, which resul...
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Techreport.com
Updated:
2014-10-15
INTEL FIRST UNCORKED its Core 2 processors last July, and believe it or not, relatively little has changed since then. Oh, sure, theyve introduced quad-core variants of those processors that are essentially two chips in one package and a few low-end p...
Bottom line Our tests results have shown us, pretty well conclusively, that the Core 2 Duo E6750s faster front-side bus only offers minor, incremental performance gains over its E6700 predecessor. Thats not entirely bad news. The E6750 is still much faster than...
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