Intel to launch new entry-level processors

"Intel to launch new entry-level processors in August and October"

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Intel to launch new entry-level processors in August and October

Intel plans to introduce two new entry-level desktop processors in August and October this year, and will drop the price of previous entry-level processors, according to sources familiar with Intel's plan. Intel will launch the new Pentium E2180 with 2 GHz frequency, 1MB L2 cache and 800 MHz FSB on August 26.

In October, Intel will launch the entry-level Core 2 Duo E4600 processor with 2.4GHz frequency, 2MB L2 cache, 800MHz FSB and a price of US$133. The previous E4500 will drop from US$133 to US$113, while E4400 and 4300 fade out the market, added the sources.

Intel entry-level dual-core processor schedule (US$)
Model Frequency (GHz) FSB (MHz) L2 cache June Price July 22 Price August 26 Price October Price
Core 2 Duo E4600 2.4 800 2M       133
Core 2 Duo E4500 2.2 800 2M   133   113
Core 2 Duo E4400 2.0 800 2M 133 113    
Core 2 Duo E4300 1.8 800 2M 113      
Pentium E2180 2.0 800 1M     84  
Pentium E2160 1.8 800 1M 84   74  
Pentium E2140 1.6 800 1M 74

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23-06-2007, 15:32:16

Kempez
Wow mate, good work, thanks + reps :D

What socket is that board? 478?

23-06-2007, 15:38:34

Azreil_2
yea its 478...If you can help me find a cooler that dosn't cost major cash ill start folding with that too :P

:( I cant use the 4th machine.. its just too buggy. and I really cba to refresh it to factory settings considering its not actually my laptop, but someone else's in the house lol.

Thanks for reps :P

23-06-2007, 15:51:11

Kempez
I believe the Artic Cooling Freezer 7 pro should do the trick :)

23-06-2007, 16:02:03

Azreil_2
Ooo Thanks, ill look into it :)

23-06-2007, 16:19:47

Kempez
:)

Tis cheap and effective

23-06-2007, 16:55:31

Azreil_2
I tired running the F@H console on pc1... temperatures of 80*c lol... might need to wait I guess :P

23-06-2007, 16:55:50

FragTek
I will suggest the Thermaltake TR2 copper cooler. It only cost me $19 for this Northy and it keeps it really cool... It barely even gets warm to the touch compared to the all aluminum sink that was on it before, it would scorch you!

23-06-2007, 17:06:06

Azreil_2
Cant seem to find that one :S

the only "Arctic Cooling" was Arctic Cooling Freezer 4 (Socket 478) CPU Cooler . ? :(

23-06-2007, 17:24:09

Toxcity
Welcome to the group mate! :)
WOW, 80oC.. has that PC never been run at 100%?

23-06-2007, 17:28:26

Azreil_2
Erm most likely its been to 100* ALOT lol I build it back in 2003,
but I stopped caring about the temperature after the 1st week :P
14, lazy with the "if it works don't try and fix it" attitude. :P

Gonna build another rig before Xmas though, but still want to
either sell this or change it into a HTPC.

Looky

[IMG]http://upload.overclock3d.net/get.php?id=3118&view=1[/IMG]
that isn't healthy is it?
oh yea I took a look at the CPU Heat sink.. its caked in dust as well :O
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