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Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 Specs

Release Date in Singapore
Model2 Duo E8400
DateJan 2008
Processor familyIntel Core 2 Duo
Processor frequency3 GHz
Processor socketLGA 775 (Socket T)
Processor lithography45 nm
Processor modelE8400
Processor front side bus1333 MHz
Processor cache6 MB
Processor cache typeL2

Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 Expert Reviews
Reviewed on 2012-08-09
That is the question, Intel's Core2Duo was very popular back in the days and still is. Furthermore according to Steam's survey half of steam gamers are still using a machine powered by a dual core processor. Fair enough, let's see how the Core2Duo E8400 c...
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Reviewed on 2009-05-08
Intels Core 2 Duo E8400 is a 3.0GHz dual-core processor based on the Wolfdale core that is being manufactured on the 45nm process. This socket 775 processor packs in 6MB of L2 cache and operates with a 1333MHz Front Side Bus speed. mfgr link ca...
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Reviewed on 2008-09-03
Massive overclocking potential, 45nm, Performance, Price, Cool running...Hot when overclocked...
The Intel Core 2 Duo and Quad CPUs have been wildly successful in terms of both performance and the ability to overclock like nobodys business. Of course, some better than others. Having dropped from a 65nm to a 45nm manufacturing process earlier thi...
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Reviewed on 2008-07-01
On Windows, the Intel Wolfdale processor has been reported by various publications as performing well. While we cannot comment on the Microsoft Windows performance of the Core 2 Duo E8400, we do know one thing and thats the Wolfdale does perform very...
Reviewed on 2008-06-13
If you are looking for a CPU on the USD 200 range you have only two real options: the new Core 2 Duo E8400 and Core 2 Quad Q6600. For the mainstream user Core 2 Duo E8400 is the best option, as it provides a higher performance under almost all scenarios and you also get SSE4.1 support..
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Reviewed on 2008-06-03
Excellent Price to Performance Ratio, Very Strong Overclocking Potential, Lower Thermal Power RequirementStock Intel Heatsink Can Get Very Noisy
Intels Core 2 Duo E8400 is probably one of the best overall values currently in the desktop processor market. Sure, it only has two processor cores, but it runs at a fairly high clock speed and its low voltage and thermal output allow for it to be eas...
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Reviewed on 2008-05-01
Inexpensive; large cache; runs cool; highly overclockableSlower than quad-core CPUs in applications that can use more than two cores
When a new $999 quad-core processor hits the market and sets new benchmark records, its front-page news, but its just as exciting when you get first-rate performance for a fifth of that price. With a clock speed of 3GHz, 6MB of L2 cache, SSE...
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Reviewed on 2008-04-07
Intel's first 45nm processor, the Core 2 Extreme QX9650, launched last November and it was shortly followed with the launch of the QX9770 - a 200MHz faster, 1600MHz FSB CPU that came at an even higher price point. It was nothing more than a show of ...
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Reviewed on 2008-03-20
The Core 2 Duo E8400 is certainly fast, even compared with the Core 2 Quad Q6600. Only in heavily multithreaded apps do the Q6600s four cores provide a speed advantage. In other tests the E8400 dominates. However, there are two things to consider befo...
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Reviewed on 2008-03-16
We already know that the E8000 series Wolfdale CPUs offer great performance at a very good price. The problem is theyre not easily available. We found that the Xeon E3110 is a viable alternative to the E8400, as its basically the exact same processo...
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Reviewed on 2008-02-22
This review is also available in German)Last year we had the opportunity to review the first 45nm CPU. While a quad-core is not to everyones taste, were now taking a look at the first 45nm dual-core CPU, which is now available for purchase in limite...
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Reviewed on 2008-01-30
In the summer of 2006, Intel released their 65nm Conroe-based processors, and to say they won the hearts of many would be an understatement. It was one product-launch that Intel didnt want to hit lightly, especially since AMD were actively taking fro...
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Reviewed on 2008-01-30
Huge Overclock Potential, Runs Cool, Scales Well With VoltageAvailablity, Price Gouging From Etailers
Intel has a winner here with this cheap Wolfdale processor. I paid $201 with tax in Atlanta, Georgia for this chip and considering how well it performed at stock and overclocked settings I see no reason to suggest purchasing a 65nm processor....
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Reviewed on 2008-01-12
Today we are brining you a preview of the new Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 processor, which to our surprise is available at a bargain basement price. The E8400 will be compared to the E6850 and the QX9650, both of which operate their cores at 3.0GHz...Upon v...

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