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The Core 2 Quad Q9300 is a 2.5GHz 45-nanometer quad-core Yorkfield CPU with x7.5 CPU multiplier. It supports the LGA775 (Socket T) form factor, and the Intel X38 chipset. It features a 1333MHz system bus, 128KB L1 cache and 6MB 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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CDR Info  --- Apr 14 '08
Hot Hardware  --- Apr 28 '08
LegitReviews.com  --- Apr 18 '08
Overclockers Club  --- Jul 21 '08
Tech Report  --- Apr 17 '08
X-bit labs  --- Feb 08 '08
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Intel Core 2 Quad Q9300 Review Digit-Life -- May 26 '08

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"To sum up, the Intel Q9300 is an interesting processor for users that can't do without a quad core. Many users may disagree or even prefer the Intel Q6600 that costs 15 euros less and offer more..."

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"All in all, a quad-core chip which runs cool and is overclockable to over 3.3 GHz with simple air-cooling at a ~$270 price point is a product which is undeniably attractive. With more and more..."

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"The Intel Core 2 Quad Q9300 processor might be the entry-level 45nm quad-core processor, but the performance numbers sure doesn't suggest that!"

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"If you want a 45nm quad core CPU but the price of the Q9450 and Q9550 are just out of reach, then this would be a good option to go with. Performance junkies might want to give this one a pass as..."

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"In fact, the Q9300's toughest competition may come in the form of the Core 2 Duo E8500. Are two faster cores better than four slower ones? Our benchmark results vary on that question, and software..."

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