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The Core 2 Duo E4300 is a 1.8Ghz 65-nanometer dual-core Allendale CPU. It supports the LGA775 (Socket T) form factor, and the Intel P965 Express chipsets. It features a 800MHz system bus, 64KB L1 cache and 2MB L2 advance transfer cache per core. Also features Execute Disable Bit security, and SSE3 SIMD extensions. Its Intel EM64T Extensions allows for 64-bit computing.

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Anandtech  --- Jan 10 '07
Neoseeker  --- Feb 22 '07
Nordic Hardware  --- Feb 04 '07
X-bit labs  --- Jan 08 '07
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Intel Core 2 Duo E4300 Review TechSpot -- Feb 16 '07

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"The best part of it all is that the E4300 is a no-compromise core; you end up losing VT support, but all of the performance elements are there. The 800MHz FSB isn't crippling enough to really..."

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"Intel has a sure fire winner on its hands, and it is an even better chip for enthusiasts than the 805 D that we first found to be an awesome overclocker. Personally, I prefer the E4300 to an E6400..."

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"To conclude we have to say that Intel made a smart move by lowering the FSB and raising the frequency. This gives overclockers a bit more headroom and it becomes a lot simpler calculating the final..."

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"The Core 2 Duo E4300 is also a gift for overclockers since it doesn't require special overclocker-friendly components and has an affordable price. But to all appearances, Allendale-based CPUs won't..."

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