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Old 10-25-2007, 05:00 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Newegg.com - Intel Core 2 Duo E4600 Allendale 2.4GHz 2MB L2 Cache LGA 775 65W Processor - Retail


E4600 2.4GHz is now on neweggg
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wow!

nice price and all

2mb cache?
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nice specs... uses M0 stepping right?

the 2mb cache is for all e4xxx series...
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All E2180, E4500 and E4600 chips use M0 stepping because they all came after July 22

E2140, E2160 and E4400 use either L2 or M0 stepping (The ones that came after July 22 are M0 stepping)

E4300 only use L2 stepping because it was discontinued after July 22
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All E2180, E4500 and E4600 chips use M0 stepping because they all came after July 22

E2140, E2160 and E4400 use either L2 or M0 stepping (The ones that came after July 22 are M0 stepping)

E4300 only use L2 stepping because it was discontinued after July 22
thanks for the confirmation man...
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i wonder how this overclocks compared to the e6550, it could give it some competition
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wow a multiplier of 12...thats gonna help for bad ones who can't reach a high FSB
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wow... stock speed of 2.4ghz.. so its just an e6600 with half the cache and a higher multipler..
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