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Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 + Microsoft Office Premium 2007 2.4GHz 8MB L2 Box processor

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Core 2 Quad Q6600 + Microsoft Office Premium 2007
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Short summary description Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 + Microsoft Office Premium 2007 2.4GHz 8MB L2 Box processor:
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Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 + Microsoft Office Premium 2007, Intel Core 2 Quad, 2.4 GHz, LGA 775 (Socket T), 65 nm, 1066 MHz, 8 MB

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Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 + Microsoft Office Premium 2007. Processor family: Intel Core 2 Quad, Processor frequency: 2.4 GHz, Processor socket: LGA 775 (Socket T). VID Voltage Range: 0.85 - 1.5 V. Thermal Design Power (TDP): 95 W, Processor code: SLACR

Processor family *
A family of processors is a group of processors produced by one company over a short period of time e.g. Intel Pentium processors.
Intel Core 2 Quad
Processor frequency *
The speed that the microprocessor executes each instruction or each vibration of the clock. The CPU requires a fixed number of clock ticks, or cycles, to execute each instruction. The faster the clocks rate, the faster the CPU, or the faster it can execute instructions. Clock Speeds are usually determined in MHz, 1 MHz representing 1 million cycles per second, or in GHz, 1 GHz representing 1 thousand million cycles per second. The higher the CPU speed, the better a computer will perform.
2.4 GHz
Processor cores *
The number of central processing units ('cores') in a processor. Some processors have 1 core, others have 2 (e.g. Intel Core Duo) or more (e.g. the Intel Xeon E7-2850 has 10 cores).
Processor socket *
Mechanical component(s) that provides mechanical and electrical connections between a microprocessor and a printed circuit board (PCB). This allows the processor to be replaced without soldering.
LGA 775 (Socket T)
Processor lithography *
The process which is performed by the processor e.g. CPU (Central Processing Unit).
65 nm
Box *
Plastic or metal shell/container for components.
Processor front side bus
A computer communications interface used to connect the processor to the rest of the computer, except the cache (and possibly other processors).
1066 MHz
Processor cache
8 MB
Processor cache type
L2 cache speed
CPU multiplier (bus/core ratio)
VID Voltage Range
0.85 - 1.5 V
Thermal Design Power (TDP) *
95 W
Processor code
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Testseek has collected 32 expert reviews for Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 + Microsoft Office Premium 2007 and the average expert rating is 74 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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Theres no doubt that 2006 was one of the most incredible years in technology in recent memory. There were scandals, impressive landscape-shifting mergers, strange new alliances and many new products and technologies unveiled. One launch that stands o...
Bottom line In the past year, there have been many products released that had a lot of potential, but were not worth the money for most people. Although AGEIAs PhysX card is gaining momentum, its still been out for a year and there is still little content, so i...
One of the most asked questions on the HL forums over the past month has been "What processor should I buy?". Its a difficult question, but certainly a valid one. For those seeking the best VALUE, well usually recommend either Intels E6850, featurin...
Throughout 2006, AMD and Intel took part in a seesaw battle for CPU market supremacy. AMD and their dual core Athlon 64 FX held the edge through the first half, before Intel answered back with the impressive Core 2 Duo and Extreme processors in July...
Good Extremely Fast Media Encoding, A MultiThreading and MultiTasking Hotrod, Lower Voltage, Heat and Price...
Bad Lower 2.4 GHz Core Speed, Core 2 E6600level Gaming Performance...
Bottom line Intel has been in a real roll of late, first by introducing the impressive Core 2 Duo and Extreme lines, and then following that up with the first desktop quad core processor architecture. After launching the Core 2 Extreme QX6700, Intels next move h...
A four-core CPU doesnt always offer huge benefits over two cores, but its great for richly multithreaded applications and heavy multitaskers and holds lots of promise for future games. Even if you do lots of video encoding or 3D rendering, or if you...
Good Four Core 2 processors in one package; tremendous performance on multithreaded applications; great game performance.
Bad Little gain in many applications; expensive; L2 cache not shared between the two Core 2 dies.
Bottom line At this speed and power usage, we would expect the CPU to cost a couple hundred dollars less than it does. The cost is still outside the mainstream, and power-users are better off springing for the Core 2 Extreme QX6700...
Although the higher cl...
Bottom line What’s clear from our experiences is that the Core 2 Quad Q6600 seems to be that new “bang for buck” processor that, with a little bit of overclocking, is going to net you performance that is going to at least match the Core 2 Extreme QX...
January 29, 2007 After releasing the first quad core processor last November 2, the Core 2 Extreme QX6700, Intel comes back with a more affordable version, the Core 2 Quad Q6600.A short reviewTo have 4 cores, there are three solutions : Have a single...
Affordable quad-core, eventually. Hot on the heels of the Core 2 Duo launch, Intel came out and released the world’s first quad-core desktop processor last November. Given how powerful the Core 2 Duo had proven to be, we wondered how much of a performa...
Now that their initial quad-core launch is successfully behind them, in 2007 Intel plans to take the technology mainstream. Today’s introduction of the Core 2 Quad Q6600 is the first step in that direction. But is the Core 2 Quad Q6600 up for the ch...
Weve all been eagerly anticipating Intels release of its quad-core microprocessors. The chip maker hopes to regain its performance crown with these four-headed beasts. We got our hands on a sample and put it through its paces. Does it deliver?Introdu...
Good Incredibly fast at both multithreaded and single threaded applications.
Bad Motherboard companies still need time to make their boards able to overclock this beast. Power usage is quite high...
Bottom line It is clear now that Intel have reclaimed the performance crown, with this chip totally annihilating every other desktop chip on the market. However it will still be many months before release, and the cost of this chip is expected to be somewhat provo...
Loads of power at a discount priceAfter testing the new QX9650 we decided to check out the least expensive quad-core available now, the Q6600. This CPU comes in two flavors with B3 and G0 stepping. The G0 stepping is superior to B3 stepping, because i...
Bottom line If you need a quad-core now, the Q6600 is the least expensive one out there. Its not that efficient compared to the new Penryn-family, but it costs just the same as an E6850 and is only 60€ more expensive compared to an E6750. For the same price or a...
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