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Notebook Pentium Dual-Cores

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So we have seen that the E2140 and E2160 performs and overclocks very nicely. Easy to OC and good speeds and temps. I realized there were mobile versions of these CPUs. The T2060, T2080, and T2130 running at 1.60GHz, 1.73GHz, and 1.86GHz, respectively. All are based on 65nm architecture, have 1MB L2 Cache and a 533MHz FSB.

So my question is, how they perform? Anyone used them yet. I don't think there are any reviews yet.
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last time i heard, they are just 2 celeron cores. i'v used a dell laptop that has it, and it seemed to be pretty fast.
Well i have just bought a sony Vaio with athe T2130 in it Everest says its a celly am confused ????
I have the T2060 in my laptop and I wouldn't say it's the best for performance, but that's partly my system as a whole. The memory is 1:2 for a 533 FSB, so it's quite slow. SuperPI 1M time is like 40 seconds. If I could get the memory up to at least a 1:1 ratio, and run it again, I'm sure things would improve.
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