Summary: Upgraded my Dell Inspiron 530s from an E2160 to this processor(E8200). Considerable boost in performance for $55.00. Excellent upgrade for an older computer. Only downside is that I could not use the stock Intel heatsink that came with the new processor as it uses pushpins for mounting on to the...
Summary: Great CPU still kick to modern games, running windows 8 giving a WEI of 6.3, 5.9, 7.0, 7.0 and 5.3 on a system with a C2D E8200 4GB ddr2 667, 6670 1GB ddr5 and a SATA I hard drive. Working great.
Summary: Got this to build a PC for my kids from spare parts I had laying around the house. Overall it was a pretty good processor, though I had thought it would get a little better rating than it did. Don't know that I would buy it again for the money, should have gone with an e7500.
6 mega bit cache and 45 nano bit technology is where its at
8 January 2012
Summary: I have purchase a few of these core duos and I like the 6 mega bite cache THAT is what makes all the difference the larger cache. The chip is able to have the memory right on the chip and that speeds things up because it don't have to get it all the way from the memory sticks.
worked from start and just keeps going tank yiu so much
21 March 2011
Summary: Was wanting a quad core but found this and was a better buy for me and my build was able to buy me 2 2tb hard drives for my build and hdmi video card so I cold get my media center going no more dvds working on getting bluray so no more disk at all
Summary: Intel continues to keep quality job one. Can't wait till I get my hands on a i7 Intel cpu. Upgraded CPU fan 2 of the locking tabs broke. Not there (Intel's) fault. It was my error. Although I would like to see the change to s different mounting system for cpu cooler.