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Intel Core 2 Duo E8500 Specs

Release Date in Malaysia
ModelIntel® Core™2 Duo Processor E8500 (6M Cache, 3.16 GHz, 1333 MHz FSB)
DateMay 2011
Processor familyIntel Core 2 Duo
Processor frequency3.16 GHz
Processor cores2
Processor socketLGA 775 (Socket T)
Component forPC
Processor lithography45 nm
Processor modelE8500
Processor threads2
Processor operating modes64-bit
Processor front side bus1333 MHz
Processor seriesIntel Core 2 Duo E8000 series
Processor cache6 MB
Processor cache typeL2
Compatible chipsetsIntel G31 Express, Intel G33 Express, Intel G35 Express, Intel G41 Express, Intel G43 Express, Intel G45 Express, Intel P31 Express, Intel P35 Express, Intel P43 Express, Intel P45 Express, Intel Q33 Express, Intel Q35 Express, Intel Q43 Express, Intel Q45 Express, Intel X38 Express, Intel X48 Express
CPU multiplier (bus/core ratio)9.5
FSB Parity
Bus typeFSB
Processor codenameWolfdale
Thermal Design Power (TDP)65 W
Execute Disable Bit
Thermal Monitoring Technologies
Number of Processing Die Transistors410 M
Processing Die size107 mm²
Processor package size37.5 x 37.5
Embedded options available
Processor ARK ID33911

Intel Core 2 Duo E8500 Expert Reviews
Reviewed on 2009-05-12
The 3.16GHz Intel Core 2 Duo E8500 CPU is a dual-core chip based on the 45nm Wolfdale core that falls into the upper end of family, supplanted only by the relatively expensive Core 2 Duo E8600. mfgr link category date published author ...
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Reviewed on 2008-10-27
Speedy results on almost every test, Sometimes as fast as entrylevel quadcore processors, Reasonable energy efficiencyFor demanding applications, quadcore processors will do better
Running at 3.16 GHz, the E8500 is the penultimate processor in Intels Core 2 Duo E8xxx line, just 6% slower than the 3.33 GHz E8600 at the top of the range.In our tests, though, we found that the discrepancy between the two processors was closer to 3%...
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Reviewed on 2008-09-11
The last time we looked at dual core processors, it was for our Dual Core War in December 2007. Back then, the top processors were Intels then-$190 E6750 versus AMDs then-$180 X2 6400+. Things have changed since then, at least on the Intel side. S...
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Reviewed on 2008-07-29
It was not difficult to come up with a topic for our todays article, because many readers demanded this very analysis: comparison of top processors from Intel and AMD. Even though we state repeatedly that these top products differ very much, and their...
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Reviewed on 2008-06-05
High clock speed. 6MB L2 cache. Fast in games.Pricey compared to the Q9300.
Its a measure of how far CPU technology has come when you can buy a CPU with four cores on a single die for about $235. That would be the AMD Phenom X4 9850 Black Edition. Its also true that for under $300, you can buy an Intel quad-core CPU manufa...
Reviewed on 2008-05-20
About a month and a half ago, Intel released its newest high-end dual core processor, the E8500 Wolfdale. Madshrimps already reviewed and overclocked the E8500, but that was only an engineering sample. The new retail chips might be better when it comes...
Reviewed on 2008-05-04
Sam Jordan8.8Intels new Duo processor arrives to offer computer users another revolutionary experience through increased performance and reduced power consumption with this 45nm processor. The processor runs at 3.16Ghz, supports a bus speed of 1333Mh...
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Reviewed on 2008-05-01
As good as dual-core gets, Awesome gaming grunt, Overclocking headroomNot much cheaper than a decent quad
The new dual-core variants of Intels 45nm Penryn CPU family look like a no-brainer. For the most part, thats how how it turns out.The top E8500 model is clocked at an impressive 3.16GHz, which translates into single and dual-threaded performance to m...
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Reviewed on 2008-04-11
Over the last few issues we’ve seen the new 45nm quad core processors from Intel pass through the labs – these were the QX9650, QX9770 and QX9775. With the big boys now having gone their merry way, we decided it was time to look at a chip that...
Reviewed on 2008-03-30
When I think of a cadence, I’m reminded of the drum line in a marching band, dutifully keeping time with a catchy beat that gets everyone’s head bobbing and keeps their feet moving.Intel’s silicon process technology is the drum lin...
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Reviewed on 2008-03-27
Fastest Dual Core Processor, Extremely Good Overclocking, A Gaming Powerhouse, Low PowerLimited Availability, Not a Quad Core
Weve already reviewed a couple of 45nm Yorkfield quad core processors, and while the performance has been exceptional, most readers were chomping at the bit for the dual core Wolfdale to make its long-awaited appearance. The reasons are obvious, as m...
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Reviewed on 2008-03-21
In the world of CPUs (Central Processing Units) and motherboard chipsets Intel is the number one manufacturer and is the platform of choice for enthusiasts in the PC industry since the launch of the Core 2 series outshined the top CPUs at the time it w...
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Reviewed on 2008-03-07
There's no denying that we love to play with the latest and greatest pieces of hardware at TrustedReviews but every so often we need to take a reality check to make sure that we're reviewing the type of hardware that you actually buy. So here we are, har...
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Reviewed on 2008-03-06
E8500 - the last great overclocking chip? Time marches on, and more 45nm processors get introduced... and today we get to look at Intels new E8500. Back last August, we reviewed Intels Core 2 Duo E6750, and at the time it really impressed us. That fi...
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Reviewed on 2008-03-02
Overclocking ability, Stock performance is outstanding, Half multiplier for fine tuning on the overclocking, 6MB of L2 Cache, 45nm Manufacturing Process...None...
A CPU for a computer is like the brain in your head. No matter what other ancillary parts you have running around it, without a good processor your computer is brain dead. With the number of CPUs being released getting faster and faster, which is the ...
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Reviewed on 2008-02-29
Intel fans have been patiently waiting for the company to release their lineup of refreshed Core 2 Duo and Quad products. Intel started hyping these revised components late last year, and they were expected to hit the market in January of this year. W...
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Reviewed on 2008-02-29
Corporate pride can mean boom or bust for a company, as employees either become comfortable with the status quo or forge ahead to maintain leadership. Intel knows both sides of this particular scenario. Having lost much of its market share in a period of...
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Reviewed on 2008-02-26
When AMD released the quad-core Phenom processor series last November, Phenom shocked the industry with low performance numbers and clock frequencies. If that was not enough, AMD then had to deal with the TLB erratum number 298 that presented a BIO...
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Reviewed on 2008-02-21
We used our Core 2 Duo E8500 engineering sample (3.16 GHz at FSB1333 system speed) for our overclocking tests. Since we wanted the results to fit into our CPU Charts to allow for easy performance comparisons across various platforms and between...
Reviewed on 2008-02-11
Oh, I wish I were an Intel employee ...Size Doesnt Matter: Intel goes 45nmHappy moments nowadays in the Intel offices around the globe as they have been pulverizing the competition since the day the Core2Duo series saw the daylight. Looking back in t...

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