The Intel Pentium Dual Core Processor E5300 is a central processing unit (CPU) launched toward the end of 2008. Special features of this processor include Intel Wide Dynamic execution, Intel Smart Memory Access, Intel Advanced Smart Cache, Intel Advanced Digital Media Boost, Execute Disable Bit, Intel Designed Thermal Solution for Boxed Processors and Intel Virtualization Technology.
The Intel Pentium Dual Core Processor E5300 has two processor cores. Therefore, it acts as two processors in one small package. Dual core technology allows the processor to work much faster. The two cores are capable of the same frequency and can handle data simultaneously.
The Intel Pentium Dual Core Processor E5300 requires LGA775 socket type. The socket is where the processor actually connects into the motherboard. The processor is connected by pins or leads. The Intel Pentium Dual Core Processor E5300 connects with 775 pins.
The clock speed of this processor is 2.6 GHz. The clock speed is a measure of how quickly the processor can read and write data.
The front side bus (FSB) is the main connection between the CPU and the motherboard of the computer. The FSB speed or bandwidth of the Intel Pentium Dual Core Processor E5300 is 800MHz.
The Intel Pentium Dual Core Processor comes standard with the ability to process 64-bit software. This CPU is able to manage RAM amounts over 4 GB. This is beneficial for gamers and web servers.
The thermal specification for the Intel Pentium Dual Core Processor E5300 is 74.1 degrees Celsius (74.1 degrees Celsius). This is the maximum case temperature of the unit. A fan comes with the processor to aid in cooling of the CPU.
The TDP or thermal design point is the greatest amount of power the cooling unit will need to disperse from the processor during normal usage conditions. The Intel Pentium Dual Core Processor has a Max TDP of 65 watts.
The Intel Pentium Dual Core Processor E5300 uses 45 nanometre lithography or architecture. This measurement refers to the size of silicon integrated circuits in the underlying structure of the processor.
Cache memory is used for rapid retrieval of data and instructions that are used most frequently. This memory helps the processor work more quickly on processing new information. The cache size on the Intel Pentium Dual Core Processor E5300 is 2 MB.
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