Intel, ever pushing forward in its quest for CPU dominance, has released what it hopes will be considered a Core 2 CPU on the cheap, the Core 2 Duo E4400 and E4300. These CPUs are much like their big brothers except that they are based on the new Allendale core which has 2MB of L2 cahe, and a FSB of 800MHz instead of 1066MHz.
Intel, by introducing a low priced Core 2 CPU in its product lineup, is making a smart move in my opinion. By keeping a low priced Core 2 CPU available, the company can expand its other Core 2 CPUs without alienating anyone on the market. It is obvious Intel has learned a thing or two from AMD.
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