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Intel Core 2 Extreme QX9650 3.0GHz Processor 1 of 1

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Mfg Part#: BX80569QX9650
Sku: 206230847
UPC: 735858197571
UPC 14: 00735858197571
Sales Rank: 88906
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Features
Tech Features Product Type Processor
Tech Features Manufacturer Part Number BX80569QX9650
Tech Features Manufacturer Intel Corporation
Tech Features Product Model QX9650
Tech Features Product Name Core 2 Extreme QX9650 3.0GHz Processor
Tech Features Package Type Retail
Tech Features Product Line Core 2 Extreme
Tech Features Brand Name Intel
Tech Features Platform Supported PC
Tech Features Bus Speed 1333 MHz
Tech Features Clock Speed 3 GHz
Tech Features Processor Socket Socket T LGA-775
Tech Features L2 Cache 12 MB
Tech Features Processor Core Quad-core (4 Core)
Tech Features Processor Manufacturer Intel
Tech Features Limited Warranty 3 Year
Tech Specs
Tech Specs Product Type Processor
Tech Specs Manufacturer Part Number BX80569QX9650
Tech Specs Manufacturer Website Address www.intel.com
Tech Specs Manufacturer Intel Corporation
Tech Specs Product Model QX9650
Tech Specs Product Name Core 2 Extreme QX9650 3.0GHz Processor
Tech Specs Package Type Retail
Tech Specs Product Line Core 2 Extreme
Tech Specs Brand Name Intel
Tech Specs Platform Support PC
Tech Specs Multimedia Extensions Intel Advanced Digital Media Boost
Tech Specs Clock Speed 3 GHz
Tech Specs Processor Socket Socket T LGA-775
Tech Specs L2 Cache 12 MB
Tech Specs Processor Technology Virtualization Technology
Extended Memory 64 Technology
Tech Specs Processor Core Quad-core
Tech Specs Front Side Bus 1333 MHz
Tech Specs Processor Manufacturer Intel
Tech Specs Standard Warranty 3 Year Limited
Tech Reviews
Expert Review Intel Core 2 Extreme QX9650 Yorkfield Processor Review
PC Perspective Reviews
Published on: 10/29/2007 12:01 AM
At the heart of all the change is a migration from Intel's 65nm process that all Core 2 Duo processors have used up until now to the smaller, more power efficient 45nm technology. Less die size doesn't always mean less power and heat, but in this case the 45nm process that Intel has developed seems to have no problems delivery on that part....read the full review
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