Intel Pentium G620T 2.2GHz Socket LGA1155

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By iXBT Labs on -

This time we'd like to offer you the summarized test results of as many as 71 processors. This generally marks the end of the year, not the end of another test method's life cycle (like the last time). We believe this summary contains all important...

By X-bit Labs on -

Sandy Bridge microarchitecture is amazingly diverse. We have already admired the high performance of processors based on it many time, and today we saw clearly that it is also a perfect fit for products to be used in quiet, compact and...

By DigitalVersus on 60

A good entry level processor which offers sufficient all round office document level usage. In such a framework, the impressive energy management is also worth bearing in mind. The few Watts gained in intensive use of this T version don't entirely...

By AnandTech on -

In 2006 Intel introduced its tick-tock cadence for microprocessor releases. Every year would see the release of a new family of microprocessors as either a tick or a tock. Ticks would keep architectures relatively unchanged and focus on transitions to...

International Review By Hardware.Info on -

AMD introduceerde eerder dit jaar haar A6 en A8 Llano processors en Intel heeft haar lijn Sandy Bridge processors flink uitgebreid. Aan de vooravond van de introductie van high-end Intel Sandy Bridge-E en de AMD FX processors is het tijd om opnieuw de...

International Review By Les Numériques on 60

Un bon processeur d'entrée de gamme qui offre une prestation complète pour une utilisation bureautique. Dans ce cadre là, la bonne gestion énergétique est également un point positif non négligeable. En revanche, les quelques watts gagnés en...

International Review By GinjFo on -

Après les Core i7, i5 et i3, Intel lance ces Pentium G. Privés de l’Hyperthreading, du Quick Sync et épaulés d’un IGP castré, ils déclinent vers le bas l’architecture Sandy Bridge pour contrer les Athlon II d’AMD et se positionner dans une fourchette...