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Intel Dual Core Technology
1.86GHz clock speed
4MB L2 Cache
Intel Speedstep Technology
EM64T 64-Bit Technology
Includes Intel heatsink and fan

Product Description Intel Core 2 Duo E6320 / 1.86 GHz processor
Product Type Processor
Processor Type Intel Core 2 Duo E6320
Multi-Core Technology Dual-Core
64-bit Computing Yes
Compatible Processor Socket LGA775 Socket
Processor Qty 1
Clock Speed 1.86 GHz
Bus Speed 1066 MHz
Manufacturing Process 65 nm
Cache Memory L2 Advanced Smart Cache - 4 MB
Features Enhanced SpeedStep technology, Intel Extended Memory 64 Technology, Execute Disable Bit capability, Intel Virtualization Technology
Compatible Slots 1 x processor - LGA775 Socket
Manufacturer Warranty 3 years warranty
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#1
Cheap as Chips :-)
#2
Well cheap!
#3
Thanks aceshigh :)
#4
No probs. Debating whether to get it or wait for a month or so.
#5
nice, voted hot

probably the best deal currently if you plan to Overclock
#6
good cpu but I dont like intel for what they r doing to OLPC (One Laptop Per Child) project
#7
How is this for over-clocking compared to the E4300?
#8
Nice price, Ebuyer are on a roll. :)
#9
GDB2222
How is this for over-clocking compared to the E4300?

I think both OC quite well :) I went for the 4300 because at £62 its so cheap, I can then get a quad core when the prices drop :)

The E4300 only has 2Mb cache which apparently means less heat than the E6xxx with its 4Mb cache, so the E4300 is slightly better OC'er
#10
Just out of interest, how do these compare to my 3Ghz P4?

I know these new Core2duo can pack a punch, but the speed ratings are tad confusing - its like we are going back speed wise - though I am sure this isn't the case.
#11
I think Intel are trying to move towards quiet and energy efficient as opposed to the big hot P4 single core direction. The E4300 and E6320 default clock is 1.86Ghz, but its dual core so it has two processors running at that speed so its in real world terms 2x1.86ghz = 3.72Ghz. But it uses less power and runs cooler I think.
#12
russ
I think Intel are trying to move towards quiet and energy efficient as opposed to the big hot P4 single core direction. The E4300 and E6320 default clock is 1.86Ghz, but its dual core so it has two processors running at that speed so its in real world terms 2x1.86ghz = 3.72Ghz. But it uses less power and runs cooler I think.

thats technically not true, they arnt running at '3.72GHz', it isnt 2 CPU's its 2 CORES

and clock speed, should not really be the only thing you consider especially today, this was the case back when AMD owned the scene, there clock speeds were much lower than the P4's for example yet they were much better.

your correct with saying that heat output has decreased (this allows for some better OC'ing ;)) and they are much improved over P4's IMO, much better heat output and OCability, and speed wise are better. although 1.86 is pretty low, an small overclock withotu any voltage changes can be easily done with the vast amount of OC c2d guides out today.

theres a good one on Hexus forums by Clunk if you want to have a look :)
#13
jackvdbuk
thats technically not true, they arnt running at '3.72GHz', it isnt 2 CPU's its 2 CORES

and clock speed, should not really be the only thing you consider especially today, this was the case back when AMD owned the scene, there clock speeds were much lower than the P4's for example yet they were much better.

your correct with saying that heat output has decreased (this allows for some better OC'ing ;)) and they are much improved over P4's IMO, much better heat output and OCability, and speed wise are better. although 1.86 is pretty low, an small overclock withotu any voltage changes can be easily done with the vast amount of OC c2d guides out today.

theres a good one on Hexus forums by Clunk if you want to have a look :)

Thanks for the info, I'm just getting back into all this, last build I did was an XP1800+ hehe. Will check out the HEXUS forum ;)

Edit: Here's the link http://forums.hexus.net/showthread.php?t=103676
#14
its fine m8, the amount of dodgy bodger adds on ebay saying 4GHz CPU!!!!! the latest fastest CPU EVER! and it turns out to be a 2Ghz Dual core... is a bit misleadign and wrong
#15
Just out of interest, how do these compare to my 3Ghz P4?


Have a look at this link, compares AMD Athlon, AMD X2+, AMD FX's, Intel P4, Intel P4 EE and the new Core 2 duo chips:

http://www23.tomshardware.com/cpu.html

It doesn't directly compare the E6320 but you can see the general idea of how much better the Core 2 duo chips are...
#16
Note: this chip (and the E6xxx series) are based on the conroe core. E4300 and E4xxx series are based on the allendale core. The debate rages over the exact difference but bus speed is the most obvious. Here is a starting point:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intel_Core_2#Conroe
suspended#17
surely this is worse than an e4300/e4400 at ocing
#18
spladam
Just out of interest, how do these compare to my 3Ghz P4?

I know these new Core2duo can pack a punch, but the speed ratings are tad confusing - its like we are going back speed wise - though I am sure this isn't the case.


Much much faster mate, and you can overclock them to 3GHz if you like. In essence though they do more 'work' per clock cycle, so the GHz numbers can't be compared.
#19
russ
I think Intel are trying to move towards quiet and energy efficient as opposed to the big hot P4 single core direction. The E4300 and E6320 default clock is 1.86Ghz, but its dual core so it has two processors running at that speed so its in real world terms 2x1.86ghz = 3.72Ghz. But it uses less power and runs cooler I think.


It's more to do with the Core 2 Duo chips doing more work per clock cycle than the old Pentium 4 chips did. Only a few apps are written specifically to take advantage of multiple cores, and even then it doesn't double up.

They are still amazing chips though.
#20
Thanks guys.

I was looking at the E6600 so looks like I will be happy with the performance!
#21
melbourne720
It's more to do with the Core 2 Duo chips doing more work per clock cycle than the old Pentium 4 chips did. Only a few apps are written specifically to take advantage of multiple cores, and even then it doesn't double up.

They are still amazing chips though.


ADVICE needed please :-
I have a 2 year old Medion PC with Intel P4 3.2 Ghz .
Can I simply unplug my processor and plug in this Core 2 Duo ?
Or is there much more to it ?

Cheers.
Paul.
#22
No, I don't think so.
#23
Chanser
No, I don't think so.



You don't think I can simply unplug etc . ? Or you
don't think there is much more to it ?? :?

Cheers.
Paul.
#24
PaulPoole
ADVICE needed please :-
I have a 2 year old Medion PC with Intel P4 3.2 Ghz .
Can I simply unplug my processor and plug in this Core 2 Duo ?
Or is there much more to it ?

Cheers.
Paul.


you will have to check if yourmotherboard supports it but i doubt it as most ready built pc motherboards wont support it unless it originally came with one.
suspended#25
PaulPoole
ADVICE needed please :-
I have a 2 year old Medion PC with Intel P4 3.2 Ghz .
Can I simply unplug my processor and plug in this Core 2 Duo ?
Or is there much more to it ?

Cheers.
Paul.



dont pentiums use socket 478 as opposed to socket 775 for C2D

if it was not built by u (DELL or wooteva)there may b sum thing wrong in hte way its manufactured or wateva

i dont know much but im pretty sure the sockets are diff
#26
I have the same Medion PC as you, i think?:? and No the Motherboard does'nt take anything other than Pentium 4's. Is the Motherboard a MS-7419 i think? Medion computer's use custom Motherboard's and only Intel Chips, that i know of? My models the 8386XL is it the same?
#27
Thanks guys for the comments..
My Medion PC is an MS 7091( or MT345 ) ,Mboard Micro Star 7091. Sounds like the one before yours.
Working well so it looks like I have to stick
with it for a while.

Cheers.
Paul.

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