E7200 slapc: Intel SLAPC — 2.53Ghz 1066Mhz 3MB Cache LGA775 Intel Core 2 Duo E7200 Dual Core CPU Processor

Intel SLAPC — 2.53Ghz 1066Mhz 3MB Cache LGA775 Intel Core 2 Duo E7200 Dual Core CPU Processor

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Condition: Refurbished

Frequency: 2.53 Ghz
Manufacturer: Intel
Family: Core 2 Duo
Cores: 2 / Dual-Core
Socket: LGA 775


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Model Intel® Core™2 Duo Processor E7200
Frequency 2.53 Ghz
FSB 1066 Mhz
Cache 3 MB
Instruction Set 64-Bit
TDP 65 W
Supported Sockets LGA775
Cores 2 / Dual Core

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CPU Intel Core2Duo E7200 SLAPC Sockel 775 2.

53 GHz / 3M / 1066 / 06, € 4,38

CPU Intel Core2Duo E7200 SLAPC  Sockel 775    2.53 GHz / 3M / 1066 / 06

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Brand Intel
Cores 2
Threads 2
64 Bit Support Yes
Brand Intel
Clock Speed 2.53 GHz
Cooling Device No
Core Model Type/ProcNo. E7200
Core Stepping M0
CPU ID String 10676h
CPU Socket Type LGA775
Front Side Bus / QuickPath Interconnect 1066 MHz
L2 Cache Size 3 MB
Manufacturing Technology 45 nm
Processor Code Name Wolfdale
Processor Type Desktop
Series Core2 Duo Desktop Processor
Thermal Power 65 Watts
Virtualization Technology Support No
Voltage 0. 85V — 1.3625V

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Intel Core2 Duo E7600 or Intel Core2 Duo E7200

  • 003 Intel Core2 Duo E7600 vs Intel Core2 Duo E7200


  • Core2 Duo E7200
  • Core2 Duo E7300
  • Core2 Duo E7400
  • Core2 Duo E7500


  • Core2 Duo E7300
  • Core2 Duo E7400
  • Core2 Duo E7500
  • Core2 Duo E7600

Gaming speed

Core2 Duo E7600

29. 4 (+5%)

Core2 Duo E7200


Performance in games and similar applications, according to our tests.

The performance of 4 cores, if any, and performance per core has the greatest impact on the result, since most games do not fully use more than 4 cores.

The speed of caches and working with RAM is also important.

Office speed

Core2 Duo E7600

33.8 (+5%)

Core2 Duo E7200



The performance of 1 core has the greatest impact on the result, since most of these applications use only one, ignoring the rest.

Similarly, many professional applications such as various CADs ignore multi-threaded performance.

Speed ​​in heavy applications

Core2 Duo E7600

14.9 (+4%)

Core2 Duo E7200


cutting a maximum of 8 cores.

The performance of all cores and their number have the greatest impact on the result, since most of these applications willingly use all the cores and increase the speed accordingly.

At the same time, certain periods of work can be demanding on the performance of one or two cores, for example, applying filters in the editor.


The data is obtained from tests by users who tested their systems with and without overclocking. Thus, you see the average values ​​corresponding to the processor.

Speed ​​of numerical operations

Simple household tasks

Core2 Duo E7600

29.6 (+9%)

Core2 Duo E7200


Demanding games and tasks

Core2 Duo E7600

6.6 (+16%)

Core2 Duo E7200



Core2 Duo E7600

1. 4 (+17%)

Core2 Duo E7200


Different tasks require different CPU strengths. A system with few fast cores and low memory latency will be fine for the vast majority of games, but will be inferior to a system with a lot of slow cores in a rendering scenario.

We believe that a minimum of 4/4 (4 physical cores and 4 threads) processor is suitable for a budget gaming PC. At the same time, some games can load it at 100%, slow down and freeze, and performing any tasks in the background will lead to a drop in FPS.

Ideally, the budget shopper should aim for a minimum of 4/8 and 6/6. A gamer with a big budget can choose between 6/12, 8/8 and 8/16. Processors with 10 and 12 cores can perform well in games with high frequency and fast memory, but are overkill for such tasks. Also, buying for the future is a dubious undertaking, since in a few years many slow cores may not provide sufficient gaming performance.

When choosing a processor for your work, consider how many cores your programs use. For example, photo and video editors can use 1-2 cores when working with filtering, and rendering or converting in the same editors already uses all threads.

Data obtained from tests of users who tested their systems both with overclocking (maximum value in the table) and without (minimum). A typical result is shown in the middle, the more filled in the color bar, the better the average result among all tested systems.


Benchmarks were run on stock hardware, that is, without overclocking and with factory settings. Therefore, on overclocked systems, the points can noticeably differ upwards. Also, small performance changes may be due to the BIOS version.


Intel Core2 Duo E7600

1141 (+17%)

Intel Core2 Duo E7200




Socket Installed in motherboards with a suitable socket. Note that a socket is not guaranteed to be compatible. The manufacturer may not add support to the BIOS. LGA 775 LGA 775
Manufacturer Firm Intel Intel
Presentation datePresentation in mass media, official information. 2009-05-10 2008-04-20
Code name of the Microarchitecture family. Wolfdale Wolfdale
GenerationCode name for the microarchitecture generation. Core 2 Duo
Core 2 Duo


Cores The total number of physical cores. 2 2
ThreadsNumber of threads. The number of logical processor cores that the operating system sees. 2 2
Multi-Threading Technology With Intel’s Hyper-threading and AMD’s SMT technology, one physical core is recognized as two logical cores in the operating system, thereby increasing processor performance in multi-threaded applications. Missing Missing
Base frequencyThe guaranteed frequency of all cores (P-cores in the case of the corresponding architecture) of the processor at maximum load. It is important to remember that speed and frequency are not directly related. For example, a new processor at a lower frequency may be faster than an old one at a higher one. 3.06 GHz 2.53 GHz
BCLK System bus frequency. Some motherboards allow you to achieve a good performance boost by slightly raising the bus frequency. Often this has a bad effect on the stability of the system. 266 266
CPU multiplier. The final CPU frequency is determined by the simple formula BCLK * CPU multiplier. Modern processors instantly change the multiplier of each of the cores, taking into account the type of load, temperature, consumption and settings in the BIOS. 11.5 9.5
TDPThermal Design Power is an indicator that determines the heat dissipation in standard operation. The cooler or water cooling system must be rated for a larger value. Remember that with a factory bus or manual overclocking, TDP increases significantly. 65 W 65 W
tCaseMax Allowable IHS (heat spreading plate, «cover») temperature. 74 °C 74 °C

Cache and RAM

L1 Cache First level cache. Modern processors use a multi-level cache. The first is the fastest, but the smallest. In the case of an L1 access and a miss, the L2 cache is searched for the next stage. 64K (per core) 64K (per core)
L2 Cache Second level cache. Holds more data, but is slower. 3MB (shared) 3MB (shared)
Supported type of RAM The type of RAM depends on its frequency and timings (speed), availability, price. DDR1, DDR2, DDR3

Video core

Integrated graphics core Allows you to use your computer without a discrete graphics card. The monitor is connected to the video output on the motherboard. If earlier integrated graphics made it possible to simply work at a computer, today it can replace budget video accelerators and makes it possible to play most games at low settings. N/A N/A


PCI-E The PCI Express computer bus version. The bandwidth and power limit depend on the version. There is backward compatibility. Gen 2 Gen 2


Model Official name. E7600 E7200
ArchitectureCode name for the microarchitecture generation. Wolfdale Wolfdale
Chip manufacturer A company that manufactures chips in its own factory. Intel Intel
Number of transistors 228 000 000 228 000 000
Process The manufacturing process, measured in nanometers. The smaller the technical process, the more perfect the technology, the lower the heat dissipation and power consumption. For Ryzen with a chiplet layout, the CCD process is implied. 45 nm 45 nm
Chip size Depends on process technology and number of transistors. For chiplet Ryzen, the area of ​​​​all CCDs is indicated. 82 mm² 82 mm²
Socket type FC-LGA6 FC-LGA6
DescriptionInformation about the processor, taken from the official website of the manufacturer. Intel® Core™2 Duo Processor E7600 (3M Cache, 3.06 GHz, 1066 MHz FSB) Intel® Core™2 Duo Processor E7200 (3M Cache, 2.53 GHz, 1066 MHz FSB)
Instructions 64-bit 64-bit
Bus frequency The speed of communication with the system. 1066 MHz FSB 1066 MHz FSB

Which is better

Intel Core2 Duo E7600

  • On average, gaming performance is 5% better.
  • The speed of work in office applications and browsers is increased by 16%.
  • In complex multi-threaded applications, faster and outperforms by 17%.
  • The base frequency is 0.53 GHz higher.

How are they similar

  • The number of physical cores is the same.
  • The number of threads is equal.
  • TDP is equal.

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Intel Core 2 Duo E7200 Processor Review: Features, Benchmarks

Wolfdale architecture.

Processor blocked for overclocking. The total number of cores is 2. The maximum clock frequency of the processor is 2.53 GHz. The maximum temperature is 74.1°C. Technological process — 45 nm. Cache size: L1 — 64 KB, L2 — 3072 KB.

Supported memory type: DDR1, DDR2, DDR3.

Supported socket type: LGA775. The maximum number of processors in the configuration is 1. Power consumption (TDP): 65 Watt.


Single thread mark
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CPU mark
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Geekbench 4
Single Core
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Geekbench 4
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CompuBench 1. 5 Desktop
Face Detection
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63.717 mPixels/s
0.275 mPixels/s
CompuBench 1.5 Desktop
Ocean Surface Simulation
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741.453 Frames/s
18.545 Frames/s
CompuBench 1.5 Desktop
Top1 CPU
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4. 625 Frames/s
0.092 Frames/s
CompuBench 1.5 Desktop
Video Composition
Top1 CPU
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49.002 Frames/s
0.567 Frames/s
CompuBench 1.5 Desktop
Bitcoin Mining
Top1 CPU
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218.231 mHash/s
1. 987 mHash/s
Name Meaning
PassMark — Single thread mark 1063
PassMark — CPU mark 975
Geekbench 4 — Single Core 340
Geekbench 4 — Multi-Core 593
CompuBench 1.5 Desktop — Face Detection 0.275 mPixels/s
CompuBench 1.5 Desktop — Ocean Surface Simulation 18.545 Frames/s
CompuBench 1.5 Desktop — T-Rex 0. 092 Frames/s
CompuBench 1.5 Desktop — Video Composition 0.567 Frames/s
CompuBench 1.5 Desktop — Bitcoin Mining 1.987 mHash/s


Architecture name Wolfdale
Production date April 2008
Ranking 2935
Price now $75
Processor Number E7200
Series Legacy Intel® Core™ Processors
Status Discontinued
Price/performance ratio (0-100) 6. 40
Applicability Desktop
Support 64 bit
Base frequency 2.53 GHz
Bus Speed ​​ 1066 MHz FSB
Crystal area 82 mm2
Level 1 cache 64KB
Level 2 cache 3072KB
Process 45nm
Maximum case temperature (TCase) 74 °C
Maximum core temperature 74. 1°C
Maximum frequency 2.53 GHz
Number of cores 2
Number of transistors 228 million
Permissible core voltage 0.8500V-1.3625V
Supported memory types DDR1, DDR2, DDR3
Low Halogen Options Available
Maximum number of processors in configuration 1
Package Size 37.

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