Intel announces first Core 2 Duo chips with 1333MHz FSB

Chris Scott Barr - Jun 25, 2007

Intel just keeps pounding out the processors, their latest announcement will give the Core 2 Duo line its first chip with a 1333MHz FSB.

The new processors are a part of the “Bearlake” platform and feature 4MB of L2 cache. The new E6750 will be clocked at 2.66GHz and the E6850 will run at 3.0GHz. Each will of course have the faster 1333MHz FSB.

The new chips will be priced very competitively at $183 for the E6750 and $266 for the E6850. These of course are for chips ordered in bulk. Other Core 2 Duo chips are expected to drop later this year due to the popularity of quad-core chips.

Intel debuts first Core 2 Duo with 1,333MHz bus [via electronista]

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