Summary: Very powerful. Much better than a intel core 2 duo e4400. It came with intel virtualization technology. It came with 2.13 ghz. It is very easy to overclock as well. Got it for $15.00 from icompNY.
I bought it for fifteen dollars used and it works great. No more glitching or painful waiting for programs ...
3 weeks ago
Summary: This processor is way more than I can ever use. I bought it for fifteen dollars used and it works great. No more glitching or painful waiting for programs to load. I must say though if you are going to buy this used, I would get a new heat sink. the stock one maxes out the recommended heat when running super heavy programs like a prime95 torture test.
Summary: Definitely a boost from my Celeron 1.8, the processing time doubled along with a new 2GB memory card. I know its not the top of the line processor but good for the price. Running Windows 7 32 bits and doing video rendering with Sony Vegas.
Summary: I bought this chip largely based on all the good reviews posted on amazon.com. It worked out well. My boys are playing the new star wars game (SWTOR). And this chip makes a big difference - no lag, faster loading times, etc. Highly recommended!
It gives good performance for light duty computers
12 August 2011
Summary: It dramatically improved my desktop's performance. My desktop starts up faster and all applications run faster. CPU normally runs cool at around 20 to 24 degree C. It was a good investment. I think I don't need another desktop for few more years. My desktop is Acer Aspire T660 originally came w/ Pentium D 2.8ghz running Windows XP Home 32 bit.
Summary: As the processor chosen to upgrade an older system with a Pentium Dual Core D930@3.45Ghz the difference was well worth it. An approximate 35% difference when compared with the overclocked version of the D930 at stock speed. The stepping of this processor (SL9T9) is the 10w idle state cpu making it a great CPU for reducing watt consumption. A good upgrade for the system.
Summary: Lot's of bang for the buck. This Core2Duo is great for system builders. Most folks don't need an expensive Quad-core. Fine choice for just about everything one would need in a desktop PC for a wide variety of tasks and applications. Good choice for game players with an appropriate video card. Recommend to use at least 2Mb RAM on the mobo for optimum performance.
What can i say, it was an Intel!! Does it's job fine!!
4 October 2010
Summary: i always buy Intel CPU's although i gotta give AMD some credit, they are putting out some CPU's lately, but i am still Intel!! This Dual-Core does the job it was bought for. Used in a starter computer for elderly couple's 1st piece of "New Technology", so more than enough for them. I like the speed, is able to handle a good workload with plenty of memory with it. Wouldn't hesitate to buy one again!!