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Old 10-27-2008, 09:59 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Can anyone give me a quick overview of the Intel processor series with brief descriptions? Sorta like:

q6600 entry level quad core runs at 2.4 ghz stock

I have no idea what all these e6550s and e6720s are being thrown out now adays or if the low grade processors are any good ( meaning they could be overclocked to match their high end cousins )
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Quads:
QX9775: 8.0x400 = 3.20 GHz
QX9775: 8.0x400 = 3.20 GHz

Q9300: 7.5x333 = 2.50 GHz
Q9450: 8.0x333 = 2.67 GHz
Q9550: 8.5x333 = 2.83 GHz
QX9650/QX6850: 9.0x333 = 3.00 GHz

Q6600: 9.0x266 = 2.40 GHz
QX/Q6700: 10.0x266 = 2.67 GHz
QX6800: 11.0x266 = 2.93 GHz

Duals:
E6540/50: 7.0x333 = 2.33 GHz
E6750: 8.0x333 = 2.67 GHz
E8190/8200: 8.0x333 = 2.67 GHz
E6850/8400: 9.0x333 = 3.00 GHz
E8600: 10x333 = 3.33GHz
E8500: 9.5x333 = 3.16 GHz
E8300: 8x333 = 2.83 GHz

E6400/20: 8.0x266 = 2.13 GHz
E6600: 9.0x266 = 2.40 GHz
E7200: 9.5x266 = 2.53 GHz
E7300: 10x266 = 2.66GHz
E6700: 10.0x266 = 2.67 GHz
X6800: 11.0x266 = 2.93 GHz

E2140: 8.0x200 = 1.60 GHz
E2160/E4300: 9.0x200 = 1.80 GHz
E6300/20: 7.0x200 = 1.86 GHz
E2180/E4400: 10.0x200 = 2.00 GHz
E2200/E4500: 11.0x200 = 2.20 GHz
E2220/E4600: 12.0x200 = 2.40 GHz
E4700: 13.0x200 = 2.60 GHz
E5200: 12.5x200 = 2.50 GHz
X7800: 13.0x200 = 2.60 GHz
X7900: 14.0x200 = 2.80 GHz

There might be some missing, I got this list from a website which showed the processors that are out as of May 08. I added the E5200, E7300, and E8600.
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Quads:
QX9775: 8.0x400 = 3.20 GHz
QX9775: 8.0x400 = 3.20 GHz

Q9300: 7.5x333 = 2.50 GHz
Q9450: 8.0x333 = 2.67 GHz
Q9550: 8.5x333 = 2.83 GHz
QX9650/QX6850: 9.0x333 = 3.00 GHz

Q6600: 9.0x266 = 2.40 GHz
QX/Q6700: 10.0x266 = 2.67 GHz
QX6800: 11.0x266 = 2.93 GHz

Duals:
E6540/50: 7.0x333 = 2.33 GHz
E6750: 8.0x333 = 2.67 GHz
E8190/8200: 8.0x333 = 2.67 GHz
E6850/8400: 9.0x333 = 3.00 GHz
E8600: 10x333 = 3.33GHz
E8500: 9.5x333 = 3.16 GHz
E8300: 8x333 = 2.83 GHz

E6400/20: 8.0x266 = 2.13 GHz
E6600: 9.0x266 = 2.40 GHz
E7200: 9.5x266 = 2.53 GHz
E7300: 10x266 = 2.66GHz
E6700: 10.0x266 = 2.67 GHz
X6800: 11.0x266 = 2.93 GHz

E2140: 8.0x200 = 1.60 GHz
E2160/E4300: 9.0x200 = 1.80 GHz
E6300/20: 7.0x200 = 1.86 GHz
E2180/E4400: 10.0x200 = 2.00 GHz
E2200/E4500: 11.0x200 = 2.20 GHz
E2220/E4600: 12.0x200 = 2.40 GHz
E4700: 13.0x200 = 2.60 GHz
E5200: 12.5x200 = 2.50 GHz
X7800: 13.0x200 = 2.60 GHz
X7900: 14.0x200 = 2.80 GHz

There might be some missing, I got this list from a website which showed the processors that are out as of May 08. I added the E5200, E7300, and E8600.
Thanks that did help some understandings of the whole happenings, I guess the really most confusing part is why they had e6600s and e6700s in generally the 2.4-2.7 ghz range and then suddenly jump to high numbers like the e7xxx and e8xxx which are still generally in this ghz range, how do they differ?
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e7xxx and e8xxx are 45 nm while e6xxx are 65nm. 45 nm cpu's are faster clock to clock and 45nm's overclock better.
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e7xxx and e8xxx are 45 nm while e6xxx are 65nm. 45 nm cpu's are faster clock to clock and 45nm's overclock better.
ah interesting, is it by a large margin? % or numbers would be appreciated I'm just curious and am assuming that the margin is far greater then a stepping ( comparing the q6600 g0 to the previous b3 stepping or whatever it was called )
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Its larger, but not big enough to be noticable, but 45nm's are pretty cheap now
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The 45nm Core 2's are 5-10% faster clock for clock than the 65nm ones.
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The 45nm Core 2's are 10-15% faster clock for clock than the 65nm ones.
Wasn't it 5~10% instead?
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Yeah it's 5-10%
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Its noticeable in bench marks and gaming if all you do is have fraps up and look at the FPS. Other then that though, as far as everyday use goes you probably won't notice much of a difference between same clocked 65nm and 45nm chips at stock settings.

E6600's are still good chips, a little old, but still good.
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