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"Generally speaking, the higher front side bus speed that the Core 2 Duo E6750 has results in some slight performance increases over the Core 2 Duo E6700 and its 1066MHz front side bus. That's not a bad thing, but to be fair, we werent expecting much more than that in all honesty.
If we look at performance as a whole, the Core 2 Duo E6750 is faster than any dual-core processor that AMD has in its ranks and thats why AMDs Athlon 64 X2 6000+ pricing is as low as it is. Speaking of which, there were quite a few occasions where the Athlon 64 X2 6000+ was faster than Intels Core 2 Duo E6600, which comes in at the same price point."
"While the E6750 isnt primed to set any land-speed records in its default form, it does indeed get very interesting in an overclocked scenario. In our speed of 3.56GHz it easily surpasses the X6800 extreme edition and at a significant cost savings. Fact is, we could have another Celeron glory-day revival with the new chips. Were very pleased with the results of the E6750 and are looking forward to tinkering with the rest of the family of 1333MHz parts from Intel later this summer."
"If you're running a 1066MHz FSB Core 2 processor, there will probably be little point to upgrading to the 1333MHz FSB version when it is released later this summer, even if you have a motherboard capable of supporting the higher clocks. You should definitely wait to see what Penryn brings to the table."
"On all our tests Core 2 Duo E6750 performance was identical to Core 2 Duo E6700, even though it uses a faster front side bus and we simulated the use of several different types of application.
So what is the advantage of using a Core 2 Duo E6750 instead of a Core 2 Duo E6700? Based on the results from our tests, none."
"Other than the chip's performance and overclockablity, there isn't much more we can report in regard to the Core 2 Duo E6750. Intel will be talking about pricing and availability sometime in the not too distant future. Our performance and overclocking data reveals some interesting information, however. As we've already mentioned the E6750's higher-clocked front side bus frequency resulted in more memory bandwidth which in turn resulted in somewhat higher performance overall versus the similarly clocked E6700. More interesting - at least in our opinion - is the E6750's new core revision and stepping, which resulted in massive overclocking headroom. Overclocking isn't a given of course, but if our sample is any indication of what retail-ready E6750's can do, these chips are going to be quite popular when they are released, as long as pricing is in line with Intel's current offerings."
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