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Friday, 07 December 2007 10:25

All 45nm dual cores priced

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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From $159 to $258


We wanted to share the last details of the Core 2 Duo, 45nm Wolfdale chips and to reveal their prices. The lowest priced of them with 6MB clocked at 2.66MHz with FSB 1333 and LGA 775 packaging, branded as E8200, will sell for as little as $159.

The second in this line, E8400, has the same specification but works at 3.0GHz and it will sell for an incredibly low price of $179.

The top dual core at 45nm works at 3.16GHz and it will sell for $258. These chips will replace the existing Core 2 Duo Merom-based E6x50 series, and we are sure that they will overclock well.

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