Time of for a good ‘ol CPU review. This week, we will look at a recent review for the Intel Pentium Extreme Edition 965. Not too long winded and the folks at X-Bit labs do a good job at clarifying most of their points during the review, too.
So far Intel is not yet ready to impress the public with its new dual-core Conroe processor. So, the Presler with the new C1 core stepping overclocked to 3.73GHz steps in to represent the company in the market. Letís find out the exciting details from our new review!
The new Presler core for dual-core Intel Pentium D processors has already been reviewed in great detail on our site before. You can check out our article devoted to the top processor model from this family, Pentium Extreme Edition 955, alongside with the review of the youngest processor models, such as Pentium D 920 and Pentium D 930. Therefore, it would be really hard to write another article on Presler that would share anything new. Nevertheless, the severe circumstances driven by Intelís policy force us to take our chances and do it. So, today we are going to introduce to you another dual-core Intel processor based on the 65nm Presler core. This time it is going to be the new Pentium Extreme Edition CPU that comes to replace the processor running at 3.46GHz that was introduced in the end of last year. Source: X-Bit Labs
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