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Wednesday, 05 August 2009 12:47

Intel E6500 coming next week

Written by Fudzilla staff


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Cheap 2.93GHz Wolfdale


Intel will introduce a new Wolfdale-based dual-core sometime next week, and at $84, the new 45nm part sounds like a good deal.

The E6500 runs at 2.93GHz, FSB1066, and it has 2MB of cache, while its TDP is a rated at a comfortable 65W. It's expected to launch on August 9 or 10, and it will coexist with the E6300 which now sells for around $70.

It's not a spectacular piece of silicone, but a Wolfdale at just under 3GHz for $84 is a rather good deal.
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