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Beginners Guide: How To Install / Remove an Intel Socket LGA2011 CPU

Intel Conroe Cache Performance - PCstats.com Intel Conroe Cache Performance
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Clearly the more cache the better when it comes to the Core 2 Duo processors. This was evident in games such as Far Cry, which saw a 31% rise in performance when moving from the 1MB to the 4MB L2 cache. Other games such as X3: Reunion also saw a 28% performance increase for the 4MB cache over the 1MB cache processor. Clearly those looking for maximum performance are going to give the E4000 and the new E2000 series a miss.
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