Intel Core 2 Quad Q9550 2.83GHz Socket 775



Intel Core 2 Quad Q9550 2.83GHz Socket 775

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By DigitalVersus on 100

Intels Core 2 Quad Q9550 is just one model below the most powerful processor in this series, the Q9650.Although its clock speed of 2.83 GHz is 6% lower than its big brothers 3 GHz, we measured its performance to be 2.4% behind the more powerful...

By on 80

Intel has been successfully retailing 45nm processors since the last quarter to 2007, but as per recent tradition, theyve only debuted a single champion SKU in retail with the Core 2 Extreme QX9650. Acting as a showcase to their engineering...

By TechRadar on 90

Four extremely powerful processor cores running at 2.83GHz, 12MB of cache, 1,333MHz bus speeds and the latest 45nm process technology. Thats the short version of what makes this an astonishingly powerful processor. It is literally state of the art....

By PC Games Hardware on

Core 2 Quad Q9550 If you dont want to settle for two cores, the low-priced Core 2 Quad Q6600 is a good choice and the currently cheapest available Intel quad-core. A Q9300 is a little faster and more energy efficient indeed, but also more expensive....

International Review By Les Numériques on 100

Comme tous les processeurs à quatre cœurs, le Q9650 se destine essentiellement aux personnes utilisant fréquemment des logiciels d'édition vidéo, photo ou 3D. Pour les autres, l'achat d'un processeur à deux...

International Review By PC INpact on

Avec larrivée des nouveaux Phenom II, Intel profite de ce début dannée pour effectuer en parralèle deux annonces qui concernent sa gamme de processeurs à quatre coeurs. Comme nous lavons déjà évoqué, la première concerne une baisse de prix, assez...

International Review By HardTecs4U on

wie beim E8600 im E0-Stepping ziehen kann. Im Vergleich zu früheren Tests konnten wir heute kaum Vorteile bei der Leistungsaufnahme zum alten Stepping erkennen. Nichts desto trotz sind 60 Watt unter Last für einen Vier-Kern-Prozessor weiterhin ein...

International Review By PC Games Hardware on

Core 2 Quad Q9550 Aktuell nutzt die Mehrheit der PCGH-Leser noch eine Dual-Core-CPU. Erst 25 Prozent der User haben einen Quad-Core. Allerdings nimmt die Zahl der mehrkern-optimierten Spiele tendenziell zu. Wollen Sie sich mit zwei Kernen nicht...