Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Intel 31

The Intel Core 2 Duo E6750 processor PCSTATS is testing for you today is remarkable for its power efficiency. The E6750 does not draw much power, having an typical TDP (Typical Design Power) of 65W.

The operating core voltage range has dropped slightly from previous versions to between 0.962V-1.35V. Earlier Core 2 Duo processor were based on a B2 stepping while the E6750 is using Intel's newer G0 stepping. Intel is still relying on a 65 nanometer manufacturing process, and the silicon die here is approximately 143mm2 in area and contains around 291 million transistors.

PCSTATS is testing an Engineering Sample Core 2 Duo E6750 in this review. Stock benchmarks will be identical to retail processors, but overclocking may see some advantages.

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