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Sir I want to ask that what is the best Board for Intel Core 2 Due (E7200)?

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  • Stephen Scheneman
    Stephen Scheneman May 11, 2010

    Like technohelp said, are you looking for the best price, expandability, most memory slots, multiple PCIe slots for SLI or crossfire setups, the list goes on...

  • mark
    mark May 11, 2010

    it all depends on what you are thinking of using the computer for

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I use the same cpu with a msi g33m board. u too may use it but u should ve at least 2 gb of ram and at a 9 series gpu.

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What is the diferrence AMD Athlon and intel core? thanks!


AMD and Intel are to the computer Silicon Chip and Central Processing Unit (often abbreviated to CPU or Processor) industry what BMW and Mercedes Benz (MB) respectively are to the Automotive industry. They are the prestige, industry-leading mass market/luxury brands of their sector.

As with MB in its sector, Intel is the slightly more expensive of the two paired brands, favored by older consumers and those with more conservative instincts, with typically lower levels of in-depth technical knowledge and general interest in technology that their AMD-oriented counterparts and a willingness to pay a little extra for the nebulous, intangible, subjective notion of slight brand superiority.

AMD, like BMW in its own industry sector, tends to attract a younger, trendier, more outgoing and open-minded type of customer who also tends to be more value-for-money oriented in his/her purchases and typically exhibits a greater degree of technical knowledge and level of interest in the technical aspects than their Intel-favoring counterparts.

Just as their BMW counterparts tend to do in the Automotive sector, AMD oriented consumers amuse themselves in the knowledge that, particularly at the very high-end of the performance scale of CPUs AMD chips and processors often outperform their Intel equivalents but still come with a less expensive price tag.

AMD Athlon is the top tier AMD CPU model series consisting of various differentiated categories from old single core processing core CPUs to those with 2 (X2), 3 (X3), 4 (X4), 6 (X6) and (due soon) 8 (X8) processing cores installed on a single CPU Die. there are also older single core Athlon CPUs.

Intel's top tier of CPUs are branded Core i3, Core i5 and Core i7, with each series consisting of a range of 2 core, 2 and 4 core and 2, 4 and 6 core processors respectively. Intel's Core CPU Range also includes single core Core Solo, dual core Core 2 Duo and 4 core Core 2 Quad CPUs.

This forum is not perfectly suited to delve more deeply into the comparative performance dynamics of so many different types of processors in the extensive ranges of each brand as that would be too broad topic for the constratints of space and the remit of the technicians that devote their time to helping people identify a wider range of options, in the quest to solve a specific problem they have experienced with one or other of the various pieces of technology around their homes or workplaces, than they might otherwise be able to up with on their own.

Your question, even if probably asked with a view to your possible consideration of upgrade issues, will almost inevitably require some further research on your part. My purpose here has hopefully been to give this research you will need to conduct a textured foundation that should help you to arrive, perhaps more quickly than might otherwise have been the case, at informed decisions about your best way forward.

Obviously there are books that would cover this topic in detail but If your preference is for an online information source, then I would recommend that you consider the following websites which should provide you with extensive information on these two industry-leading CPU manufacturers and their product ranges, to enable you to make an informed choice when considering either a CPU upgrade to a current computer or the CPU specifications/performance ratio of a considered future computer purchase:
https://kb.wisc.edu/showroom/page.php?id=4927

www.intel.com (navigate to: Intel Products / Processors)
http://www.amd.com/US/PRODUCTS/Pages/products.aspx

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What are the cache memory


Sir try to check this link for specification http://ark.intel.com/products/27237 hope this help good day and best regards.

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My system randomly shut downs sometimes, my core temp is some times reading 90,95


This is very high, 70 to 75 seems the safest temp.
I would remove the HSF, clean the cpu. and refit the HSF with new thermal paste.
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Sir i had intel E 2140 model mother board in my Pc i need Lan connection software to update where i will get pls


it could be intel proset drivers, go according to your operating system, and download it from net. by entering your motherboard model, search from site, or if you have any proset intel drivers, it should work..try it

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What is the best?


Hi!

Thats not easy to tell....its all about money. But i will recomend you 3 verry good cpu:s that is not to expensive and worth the money.

1: Intel Core 2 Duo E6850 3,0GHz Box
2: Intel Core 2 Duo E8500 3,16GHz Box
3: Intel Core 2 Quad Q8300 2,5GHz Box

All of them are boxed, that means that you dont need to buy a separate fan

Good luck!
Nic

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No Microcode Update Loaded for Boot


It means the motherboard does not support that processor and you need to update the bios. You didn't say which Celcius you have, but the BIOS will have to come from Fujitsu.

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Difference b/w Core to duo and daul core


Core 2 Duo is a Brand name by intel to identify his class of Dual core CPU

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Pentium Dual Core is another brand name by Intel to identify his new entry level CPU offer.Basically Pentium dual-core are similar to Core 2 Duos except they(pentiums) are slower and cheaper.
they both are dual core CPUs.
I would prefer a core 2 Duo having to choose a laptop because of better performance, but the prize is different for the two solutions.

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Hi, you ill have to check the motherboard manufacturers specifications to see if your board is dual core compatable and if you require any BIOS settings you can obtain them from the source.
Regards mistyman

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