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Intel Celeron 2.0 GHz

Intel Celeron 2.0 GHz
alaAverage 4.5

12385 reviews

Aug, 2014

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Amazon.co.uk review summary for Intel Celeron 2.0 GHz

 

alaTest has collected and analysed 52 user reviews of Intel Celeron 2.0 GHz from Amazon.co.uk. The average user rating for this product is 4.8/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.4/5 for other Processors & Motherboards on Amazon.co.uk.

value for money, usability

98% of the reviews on Amazon.co.uk give this product a positive rating.

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Amazon.com review summary for Intel Celeron 2.0 GHz

 

alaTest has collected and analyzed 2065 user reviews of Intel Celeron 2.0 GHz from Amazon.com. The average user rating for this product is 4.8/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.3/5 for other Processors & Motherboards on Amazon.com.

value for money, reliability, usability, design, size

98% of the reviews on Amazon.com give this product a positive rating.

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Intel Core i5 and i7

 

At long last, a new mainstream CPU generation is upon us. Last year's Core i7-900 series (Bloomfield) launch gave us our first taste of Intel's latest microarchitecture, but those CPUs were unashamedly high-end and expensive. What we have now is...

The Core i5-750 brings devastating levels of performance to the mainstream market, and the i7-870 rivals the non-extreme edition i7-900 series at a far lower price. Combined with cheap RAM and motherboards, the Socket 1156 platform is looking mighty...

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Intel Core i7-975 Extreme Edition

 

The Core i7-975 Extreme is Intel's new speed demon that has set a new benchmark in the desktop computing space. Clocked at 3.33 GHz, this CPU is a notch higher than the former most powerful mode

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Intel Core i7-2700K

 

The new highest-end chip in Intel's Sandy Bridge line, the Core i7-2700K has all its predecessor's pluses and minuses—but offers only a slight increase on its speed.

The fastest Sandy Bridge chip available. Good for overclocking

Expensive for a mainstream processor. Integrated video capabilities are insufficient for enthusiasts. Not much faster than the Core i7-2600K

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Intel Core i7-965 Extreme Edition

 

In the last few months you may have seen previews and news stories regarding Intel's new Core i7 desktop processor family, formerly known as Nehalem. Today, we're able to publish our impressions of Intel's new chip and ultimately its new platform....

Fastest high-end desktop CPU; supporting motherboard supports both graphics card vendors' multicard technologies.

Requires an expensive new motherboard; chipset needs three memory sticks for maximum efficiency.

Thanks to an expensive new motherboard requirement, Intel's new Core i7 desktop processors will remain enthusiast and professional-level parts until more affordable complementary hardware comes out later next year. Speed never comes cheap, however, and...

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Intel Core 2 Extreme QX6850

 

Intel's latest high-end, quad-core chip, the Core 2 Extreme QX6850, nudges past its QX6800 predecessor rather than taking a significant a leap forward. Moving from a 2.93GHz clock speed to 3.0GHz didn't result in tremendous performance gains on our...

Offers slightly faster performance for significantly less money than Intel's previous quad-core CPU.

Forthcoming next-generation parts from AMD and Intel itself may surpass this still-expensive high-end CPU in six months or less.

The quad-core Core 2 Extreme QX6850 keeps the desktop CPU performance belt tied firmly around Intel's waist at a price that helps offset the lack of sizable performance gains. New products at the end of the year may outclass this new chip when they...

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Intel Core 2 Extreme QX6850

 

Bumping up quad-core to the new 1333MHz FSB in the Core 2 Extreme QX6850 seems to boost performance, even with DDR2 memory; the price, though high, now seems rational.

Fastest desktop quad-core CPU you can buy today

Expensive. Some apps see little gain

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Mobile Core 2 Duo Delivers Only Slight Performance Gains

 

Intel's new laptop dual-core chips don't match their desktop siblings' star performance.

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Intel Core i7 965

 

The latest high-end processor family from Intel, the four-processor Core i7 CPU, introduces a number of architectural changes from the company's previous top-line models. For example, the chips speeds memory access by controlling it with onboard...

Incredible bandwidth, terrific performance

Pricey. Requires new motherboard

The Intel Core i7 965 Extreme CPU is as fast as it gets for a desktop CPU.

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Intel Core i5-2500

 

However, this processor does not support hyper-threading, meaning it can't run virtualized or logical instances of its four cores to double that effective power to eight cores. But because it supports up to 32GB of memory, that means the Core i5-2500...

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Intel Core i7-990X Extreme Edition Processor and DX58SO2 Motherboard

 

Earlier this year, we had a look at INTEL's Core i7 980XE CPU which was quite the spectacle being that it was the company's first six core processor. On the other ...

Finally, SATA 3 and USB 3.0 support ; Better design than the previous DX58SO ; Very handy BIOS recovery feature ; Very affordable X58 3-way SLI motherboard

It still costs about $999 USD

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