e5200 vs e4500


#1

Guys i wanna know which one is better? As e5200 has higher core clock than e4500 and everything else is same like cache and fsb, then why e4500 more expensive than e5200?

Secondly why e5200 is a dual core processor rather than core2duo as it has everything same as e4500, and it's 45nm which is much better than e4500's 65nm core.


#2

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Guys i wanna know which one is better? As e5200 has higher core clock than e4500 and everything else is same like cache and fsb, then why e4500 more expensive than e5200?

Secondly why e5200 is a dual core processor rather than core2duo as it has everything same as e4500, and it’s 45nm which is much better than e4500’s 65nm core.

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i guess e4500 is no more available in mkts…even galaxy removed it frm site…do u knw the current price of e4500 if it is still available in mkt…i bought mine e4500 11 months back for 8200rs


#3

e4500 = core 2 duo

e5200 = pentium dual-core

different architecture (not sure about it :P)??


#4

checkout the Features of Processors from Intel's Website ?


#5

^do go into dual core and core2duo stuff!!!

There is not huge difference between dual core and core2duo..minor difference in clock-speed is there!!!


#6

i guess dual core takes more wattage then core2duo

i mean it consumes more energy

and dual core are 2 pentium 4 combined bur c2d are entirely different


#7

I cheked at intel website. Both processors have all the same features both consume same amount of power both have 2mb cache borht have 800MHz fsb. Then what the hell is the difference between two?


#8

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I cheked at intel website. Both processors have all the same features both consume same amount of power both have 2mb cache borht have 800MHz fsb. Then what the hell is the difference between two?
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who said there is any difference???


#9

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e4500 = core 2 duo

e5200 = pentium dual-core

different architecture (not sure about it :P)??

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scratch that, they both use the same architecture …intel just reused the Pentium brand name to target different segments of the market…

specs may be the same but e5200 is ‘Wolfdale’, fabricated at 45nm, and e4500 is a ‘Allendale’ fabricated at 65nm…

theoretically the 5200 should offer much better over clocking potential…