Pentium Dual Core T3200 Vs. Core 2 Duo T5800

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The Pentium Dual Core (Mobile) T3200 and Core 2 Duo (Mobile) T5800 are both Intel-made CPUs (computer processing units) that are used in mobile computers. The T3200 is from the Intel Pentium Dual-Core Mobile family, while the T5800 is from the Intel Core 2 Duo Mobile family.


Intel released the Pentium Dual Core Mobile T3200 in the fourth quarter of 2008, while the Core 2 Duo Mobile T5800 was released in the first quarter of 2008.


The T3200 and T5800 share identical processing speeds, with maximum speeds of 2000MHz. The T5800 has a slight advantage in FSB (front-side bus) speed, with a speed of 800MHz, compared to the T3200's 667MHz capability. Both processors utilise the same socket type, Socket P. They also have identical package dimensions: 1.38" x 1.38" (3.5cm x 3.5cm). The T5800 has a L2 cache size of 2 megabytes (shared), 1 megabyte larger than the T3200. Each processor has different clock multipliers, with the T5800 having a clock multiplier of 10, and the T3200 having a clock multiplier of 12. Both processors utilise dual-core technology (2 cores on a single die), as indicated by their names.

Fun Fact

The T3200 is one of 18 unique processors in the Pentium Dual Core family. The T5800 is part of a much larger family. It is one of over 100 different processors in the Core 2 Duo Mobile family.

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