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I'd really like to see how the lack of cache will affect performance (how big the difference is) and how high these chips can OC.
    
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Well...they're not really Conroes, more like Pentiums.
At least that's the name they've chose to stick with for this series
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Yeah they are Allendale cores, not Conroe, but I bet the OCing will be decent.
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You call that a lack of a cache buddy? I'll show you lack of cache.... 256k...
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Well...they're not really Conroes, more like Pentiums.
At least that's the name they've chose to stick with for this series
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Yeah they are Allendale cores, not Conroe, but I bet the OCing will be decent.
Oops, forget the technicalities Sorry (I fixed the title between those 2 posts)

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You call that a lack of a cache buddy? I'll show you lack of cache.... 256k...
Lack would be 0kb cache I guess
    
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Because I'm stubborn...they are definitely Pentium cores. Not Allendale. Not Conroe.

Pentium
http://www.intel.com/products/proces..._dual-core.htm

EDIT: Yeah you got that up as I was updating...sorry
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Because I'm stubborn...they are definitely Pentium cores. Not Allendale. Not Conroe.

Pentium
http://www.intel.com/products/proces..._dual-core.htm

EDIT: Yeah you got that up as I was updating...sorry
I thought Intel decided to drop the name Pentium a while ago

And aren't those T2xxx series just the original Core Duo for mobile platform?
edit: nvm

Here is a review of the processor. OC look pretty good. (Are they using the stock cooler?) And performance is decent @ OC'ed levels. Cache does seem to have a small effect on performance.
    
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Unfortunately Pentium has great brand recognition. So for serious entry level systems and systems in slightly behind the times areas it makes perfect sense.
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ewiz has had them for a while
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I thought Intel decided to drop the name Pentium a while ago

And aren't those T2xxx series just the original Core Duo for mobile platform?
edit: nvm

Here is a review of the processor. OC look pretty good. (Are they using the stock cooler?) And performance is decent @ OC'ed levels. Cache does seem to have a small effect on performance.
That is crazy that a cpu with such small cache @ overclock to 2.9 smokes the E6600 at stock.
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