Core 2 Duo

This page will show all objects that are named Core 2 Duo, and if possible sorted on production date.


Click on the blue name(s) or picture(s) below for detailed information, pictures and benchmarks (if available).

View processor details Intel Core 2 Duo E6300 'QJRM'
Intel Core 2 Duo E6300 'QJRM'

An early engineering sample of the Core 2 Duo 'Conroe'. The first batches are called 'A0-silicon' or 'A0-stepping'. This particular CPU is A1-stepping and dates back to the last week of 2005; about a half year before it's official launch in July 27, 2006.

Back in 2005 Intel still had their Pentiu... > Read more

View processor details Intel Core 2 Duo E6300 'QPHC'
Intel Core 2 Duo E6300 'QPHC'

By launching the Core 2 Duo CPU's, Intel shook the processing world awake. AMD had, compared to the Pentium 4 and Pentium D, superior products with the Athlon64 and Athlon64 X2. With the Core 2 Duo Intel didn't have hot-running sluggish CPU's anymore. Instead they sort of reclaimed the 'best-CPU'-th... > Read more

View processor details Intel Core 2 Duo E6400 'SL9S9'
Intel Core 2 Duo E6400 'SL9S9'

A popular model of Core 2 Duo when launched. Offered decent performance and enthusiasts were able to overclock these CPU's fairly easy.... > Read more

View processor details Intel Core 2 Duo E4300 'SL9TB'
Intel Core 2 Duo E4300 'SL9TB'

Just like the E4500 but clocked one step slower. Running at 1.8GHz this CPU is probably on par (in terms of performance) with the Pentium D 830 which was aging at the time. Of course the E4300 runs a lot cooler and has more overclock potential than the Penti... > Read more

View processor details Intel Core 2 Duo E6750 'QXHM'
Intel Core 2 Duo E6750 'QXHM'

The E6750 was released in July 2007, one year after the initial release of the first generation Core 2 Duo. Along with the E6750 came the E6540, E6550 and E6850. These CPU's featured a faster FSB and a newer stepping (G0) which has lower idle power consumption.

My engineering sample dates back to... > Read more

View processor details Intel Core 2 Duo E7300 'SLAPB'
Intel Core 2 Duo E7300 'SLAPB'

Just like the E7200 but one step faster. Not much to say about this CPU except that it was fairly priced and offered good performance.... > Read more

View processor details Intel Core 2 Duo E4500 'SLA95'
Intel Core 2 Duo E4500 'SLA95'

Clocked at 2.2GHz with a fairly slow FSB of 200MHz (QDR800). With this CPU Intel created a budget line of Core 2 Duo's that would fill in the gap with the original Core 2 Duo E6xxx-series and the Pentium Dual-Core.

Due the fairly low FSB it was easier to overclock these CPU's while staying within... > Read more

View processor details Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 'SLAPL'
Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 'SLAPL'

The Core 2 Duo E8400 found it's way in many systems, and for a good reason! It was released in early 2008 and considered a high-end CPU but in 2009 and 2010 these CPU's were still sold and very useable. In this time-frame not everyone needed a quad-core so having a high-clocked dual-core system woul... > Read more

View processor details Intel Core 2 Duo E6405 'SLAGG'
Intel Core 2 Duo E6405 'SLAGG'

A weird model number! Basically it's identical to a Core 2 Duo E6400. It runs at the same clock-frequency, same L2-cache size and same FSB.

Looking at Intels' ARK I see that they've categorized the E6405 as server-CPU instead of desktop.... > Read more

View processor details Intel Core 2 Duo E7200 'SLAPC'
Intel Core 2 Duo E7200 'SLAPC'

This is the slowest Core 2 Duo in the category of 'Wolfdale' 3M L2-cache CPU's. It run's at 2.53GHz and was launched in April 2008. It was not the fastest Core 2 Duo out there but it does it's job just fine and for Office and webbrowsing it was, like many other Core 2 Duo's, a fine CPU for the years... > Read more

View processor details Intel Core 2 Duo E8500 'SLB9K'
Intel Core 2 Duo E8500 'SLB9K'

The second fastest normal version of the Core 2 Duo. It runs fast and cool and even years after it's release it is suitable for daily office usage. Pair it up with enough RAM and a SSD and this hardware could run for years.

An interesting note about this particular CPU is that the distance (line ... > Read more

List of objects with the same chipset


Vendor
Name
Trans.
vCore
Date
Socket
sSpec
Intel
291M
?
0617
LGA775
QPHC
Intel
291M
?
0552
LGA775
QJRM
Intel
291M
?
0720
LGA775
SLA4U
Intel
291M
?
0721
LGA775
SL9TA
Intel
291M
?
0634
LGA775
QVYH
Intel
291M
?
0805
LGA775
SLA98
Intel
291M
1.25V
0652
LGA775
SL9VS
Intel
291M
?
0628
LGA775
SL9S9
Intel
291M
?
0617
LGA775
QPGY
Intel
291M
?
0820
LGA775
SLAGG
Intel
291M
?
0728
LGA775
SLA9X
Intel
291M
1,25V
0710
LGA775
QXHM
Intel
410M
1,25V
0819
LGA771
QFZB
Intel
410M
1,35V
0801
LGA775
Q7KT
Intel
410M
1,25V
0822
LGA771
QFZP
Intel
410M
1,35V
0812
LGA775
SLAPL
Intel
410M
1,35V
0842
LGA775
SLB9J
Intel
410M
~1,36V
1023
LGA775
SLB9K
Intel
410M
~1,36V
1033
LGA775
SLB9K
Intel
410M
1,35V
0834
LGA771
SLBAS
Intel
?
1,2125V
0744
mPGA478MN
SLAEC
Intel
169M
1.248V
0719
LGA775
Q6BU
Intel
169M
1.248V
0705
LGA775
SLA3J
Intel
?
1,2125V
0805
mPGA478MN
SLA4J
Intel
169M
1.248V
0702
LGA775
QYRJ
Intel
291M
1.25V
0706
LGA775
SL9TB
Intel
169M
1.248V
0805
LGA775
SLA8Z
Intel
169M
1.248V
0843
LGA775
SLA8Y
Intel
291M
1.25V
0803
LGA775
SLA95
Intel
169M
1.248V
0832
LGA775
SLA8X
Intel
291M
1.25V
0733
LGA775
SLA94
Intel
230M
1.248V
0919
LGA775
SLB9T
Intel
230M
?
0831
LGA775
SLAPC
Intel
230M
1,35V
1029
LGA775
SLGTZ
Intel
230M
1.248V
0939
LGA775
SLGTL
Intel
230M
1,35V
0744
LGA775
SLAPB
Intel
230M
1.248V
1001
LGA775
SLGTK
Intel
230M
1.248V
1015
LGA775
SLGTK
Intel
230M
1,35V
0927
LGA775
SLGU9
Intel
230M
?
0949
LGA775
SLGUH
Intel
230M
1,35V
1050
LGA775
SLGTE