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|02-08-2009, 11:30 PM||#1|
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Q9400S & Q8200S: Intel's 65W Quad-Cores
The benefits of a low-TDP processor are obvious, but a usual downside is also obvious: low clock speeds. Intel's changing that thinking with their Core 2 Quad "S" series, which includes the Q9550S, Q9400S and also the Q8200S. Compared to their non-"S" variants, they draw less power and run cooler, all while retaining the performance they've become known for.
You can read the full review here and discuss them here.
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