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Application:

Pentium 4 Processor

Provided by:

Computer Geeks

Available at:

Computer Geeks

MSRP:

$199.00

Availability:

Now

Review by:

Scott

Edited by:

Paul

Review date:

October 3rd, 2004
   

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     Today we take a look at CPU that we've been hearing great things about, the Intel P4, 3.0GHz LGA775 Processor. Just when we think Intel is going to put an end to overclocking, something new comes out! If you are still into overclocking, or are thinking about joining the club, you have got to read this review! Let's check out this 3GHz processor we obtained from our friends, the Computer Geeks.

Specifications

  • Intel Pentium 4 3.0 GHz 800 MHz 1 MB Socket 775 CPU  
  • General Features:
  • Intel Pentium 4 processor 530
  • 3.0 GHz clock speed
  • 775-pin PLGA package type
  • 800 MHz system bus
  • 1 MB KB L2 Cache
  • 1.4V voltage  
     
  • Retail Package Includes:
  • Intel Pentium 4 3.0 GHz 800 MHz Socket 775 CPU
  • Heatsink and Fan

Product Requirements

  • Motherboard that can run a Pentium 4 3.0 GHz 800 MHz
    Socket 775 CPU

Code Information

  • Product Code: BX80547PG3000ESL7J6
  • Batch: L421B937

Cooling

     What is surprising it that Intel has done away with their cheesy heatsinks and fans, and have gone with what looks like a beefy aftermarket orb style cooler. All hail the orb!

     The center of the orb is copper, which has been proven to absorb heat better. The aluminum fins then dissipate the heat which makes this cooler the best OEM cooler I have ever seen.

     Here at the Club, we do not waste your time by telling you how or why a product works. We only want to see the end results, so let's get to it!