Thursday, April 16, 2009

intel 47

On April 7th, 2006, Intel silently launched the Intel Pentium D 805 processor. That makes the Pentium D 805 processor the entry level dual-core CPU for any Intel platform. Running at 2.66GHz the Pentium D 805 utilizes a Front Side Bus (FSB) of 533MHz and a clock multiplier of 20. To make this an entry level processor Intel gave it a 533MHz FSB, which is a slower than the other dual-core processors that all run on a 800MHz FSB and it does not have Enhanced Intel SpeedStep technology for better thermal regulation.

What does this mean to you? It means that Intel has released a dual-core processor priced at under $130. We couldn't ignore this budget dual-core processor and ordered one from this past week and it has been on the test bench since it arrived!

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