Intel will unveil a trio of 65 Watt quad-core processors on January 18th. Furthermore, the chip giant will also drop the price of the Q8200 from $193 to $183. The faster of three is Core 2 Quad Q9550e and this CPU will work at 2.83GHz with FSB 1333 and 12MB cache. At launch it will cost $369. Then we spot the Core 2 Quad Q 9400s, clocked at 2.66GHz with FSB 1333 and 5MB cache.
This CPU will launch on January 18th and sell for $320. The last of these new, 65W TDP energy efficient CPUs is Q8200s and this CPU with FSB1333 and 4MB cache will sell for $245 at launch.
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