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Old 01-23-2009, 03:37 AM   #51 (permalink)
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Default Re: Q7500, a budget quad core for under $150

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basically this is like 2 celeron dual core slaped on a single chip. .
Q7500 has 2MB cache (1MB for each dual core)

While celeron dual core has 512MB cache

So, it is not like 2 celeron dual core
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Default Re: Q7500, a budget quad core for under $150

Sounds like the E5200 really.

If it can overclock anything like the E5200, then it should do very well.
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I hope this can do super mega awesome clocks
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Exactly. And with the fact that the i7 920 is in the same range as the PII 940, I think it would keep Intel ahead.
wait what is this statement blabbering about?
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Default Re: Q7500, a budget quad core for under $150

guys cache isn't that big of a deal. it helps by a substantial amount but just look at the E1200, it performs well when clocked and has only 512kb cache per core. If this quad can do 3.5-4ghz then it's awesome value.
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