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Intel Core 2

Processor family by Intel

This article is about the Core 2 Solo/Duo/Quad/Extreme line of Intel processors. For the overall intel Core brand, including Core 2 and later Core i, see Intel Core. For the microarchitecture being used in the Core 2, see Intel Core (microarchitecture).

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An Intel Core 2 Duo E "Wolfdale-3M"

LaunchedJuly 26,
DiscontinuedJune 8, [1]
Common manufacturer(s)
Max. CPUclock rate&#;GHz to &#;GHz
FSB speeds&#;MT/s to &#;MT/s
Min.&#;feature&#;size65 nm to 45 nm
MicroarchitectureCore
Instruction&#;setx86, x
Cores
Socket(s)
Core&#;name(s)
  • Allendale, Conroe, Conroe-L, Merom-2M, Merom, Merom-L, Kentsfield, Wolfdale, Yorkfield, Penryn
PredecessorPentium D, Pentium 4
SuccessorCore i3, i5, i7, i9

Intel Core 2 is the processor family encompassing a range of Intel's consumer bitx single-, dual-, and quad-core microprocessors based on the Core microarchitecture. The single- and dual-core models are single-die, whereas the quad-core models comprise two dies, each containing two cores, packaged in a multi-chip module.[2] The Core 2 range was the last flagship range of Intel desktop processors to use a front-side bus.

The introduction of Core 2 relegated the Pentium brand to the mid-range market, and reunified laptop and desktop CPU lines for marketing purposes under the same product name, which were formerly divided into the Pentium 4, Pentium D, and Pentium M brands.

The Core 2 processor line was introduced on July 27, ,[3] comprising the Duo (dual-core) and Extreme (dual- or quad-core CPUs for enthusiasts), and in , the Quad (quad-core) and Solo (single-core) sub-brands.[4] Intel Core 2 processors with vPro technology (designed for businesses) include the dual-core and quad-core branches.[5]

Although Woodcrest processors are also based on the Core architecture, they are available under the Xeon brand. From December , all Core 2 Duo processors were manufactured from millimeter plates at Fab 12 factory in Arizona and at Fab in County Kildare, Ireland.

Virtual machine or virtualization abilities[edit]

Core 2 and other LGA processors can support virtualization, when the virtual machine (VM) software supports those processors, e.g., the processor supports 'VT-x with EPT'.

Newer versions of VM software do not support processors older than Nehalem (Core 2 and older) because the older processors lack support for Intel VT-x with Extended Page Table (EPT), also termed second-level address translation (SLAT). Intel's VT-x with EPT was introduced on the newer, Nehalem microarchitecture released in

Models[edit]

For a detailed discussion of CPU cores, see Intel Core (microarchitecture) §&#;Processor cores.

The Core 2-branded CPUs include: Conroe/Allendale (dual-core for desktops), Merom (dual-core for laptops), Merom-L (single-core for laptops), Kentsfield (quad-core for desktops), and the updated variants named "Wolfdale" (dual-core for desktops), Penryn (dual-core for laptops), and "Yorkfield" (quad-core for desktops).[a]

The Core 2-branded processors feature Virtualization Technology without EPT (with some exceptions), Execute Disable Bit, and SSE3. Their Core microarchitecture introduced SSSE3, Trusted Execution Technology, Enhanced SpeedStep, and Active Management Technology (iAMT2). With a maximum thermal design power (TDP) of 65W, the Core 2 Duo Conroe dissipates half the power of the less capable contemporary Pentium D-branded desktop chips[7] that have a max TDP of &#;W.[8]

Known marks[edit]

With the release of the Core 2 processor, the abbreviation C2 has come into common use, with its variants C2D (the present Core 2 Duo), and C2Q, C2E to refer to the Core 2 Quad and Core 2 Extreme processors respectively. C2QX stands for the Extreme-Editions of the Quad (QX, QX, QX).

The successors to the Core 2 brand are a set of Nehalem microarchitecture based processors called Core i3, i5, and i7. 'Core i7' was officially launched on November 17, as a family of three quad-core processor desktop models, further models started appearing throughout The last processor of the family to be released was the Core 2 Quad Q in January The Core 2 processor line was removed from the official price lists in July ,[9][10] and the last processors were discontinued in June [1]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^For the server and workstation Woodcrest, Tigerton, Harpertown, and Dunnington CPUs, see the Xeon brand.[6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ ab"Product Change Notification #"(PDF). Intel Corp. June 6, Retrieved October 14,
  2. ^"Intel Clovertowns step up, reduce power". TG Daily. Archived from the original on September 11, Retrieved September 5,
  3. ^"Intel Unveils World's Best Processor". Intel. Archived from the original on April 3, Retrieved August 14,
  4. ^"Intel to unify product naming scheme". TG Daily. Archived from the original on September 26, Retrieved August 6,
  5. ^"Intel Centrino 2 with vPro technology and Intel Core2 processor with vPro technology"(PDF). Intel. Retrieved August 7,
  6. ^"Intel Unleashes New Server Processors That Deliver World-Class Performance And Power Efficiency". Intel. Archived from the original on July 1, Retrieved June 26,
  7. ^"The 65&#;nm Pentium D 's Coming Out Party: Test Setup". Tom's Hardware. Retrieved June 15,
  8. ^"The 65&#;nm Pentium D 's Coming Out Party: Thermal Design Power Overview". Tom's Hardware. Retrieved June 15,
  9. ^"Intel Processor Pricing, Effective July&#;10,&#;". Intel Corp. Archived from the original(PDF) on September 26, Retrieved July 17,
  10. ^"Intel Processor Pricing, Effective July&#;17,&#;"(PDF). Intel Corp. Retrieved July 17,

External links[edit]

1st public demonstration:Anandtech discovers Core 2 Duo performance under the supervision of Francois Piednoel

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Intel Core 2 Solo SU

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The Core 2 Solo SU is a power efficient single core processor for small subnotebooks. It is based on the Penryn architecture and offers all features of this core (Virtualization, C6 state, Dynamic Acceleration).

The performance of the single core ULV processor is compareable to a Atom dual core at GHz or a Athlon II Neo K single core at GHz. However, both competitor are rated at a higher TDP. Therfore, the performance falls in the slowest category and especially due to the missing second core, the multi-threading performance can be disappointing. 

With a TDP rating of Watt ( Watt minimum in Deep Power-Down mode and Watt maximum), the CPU is one of the most power efficient mobile processors (of ) and suited for small and light subnotebooks.

SeriesIntel Core 2 Solo
CodenamePenryn
Series: Core 2 Solo Penryn
Clock Rate MHz
Front Side Bus
Level 1 Cache64 KB
Level 2 Cache3 MB
Number of Cores / Threads1 / 1
Power Consumption (TDP = Thermal Design Power) Watt
Transistor Count Million
Features45 nmVV
Die Size mm2
Max. Temperature °C
SocketBGA
FeaturesEnhanced Speedstep, VT, TXT, SSE, Dynamic Acceleration
64 Bit64 Bit support
Architecturex86
Starting Price$ U.S.
Announcement Date04/01/
Product Link (external)Intel Core 2 Solo SU

Benchmarks

Cinebench R10 - Cinebench R10 Rend. Single (32bit)

min:      avg:      median: (13%)     max: points

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Intel Core 2 Duo U -6%

Intel Celeron N -4%

Intel Pentium N -4%

AMD A -4%

AMD A -3%

Intel Core 2 Duo SU -2%

Intel Atom Z -2%

Intel Pentium M -2%

AMD Turion II Neo K 0%

Intel Core 2 Duo T 0%

AMD E 0%

Intel Pentium Dual Core SU 0%

Intel Pentium M 1%

Intel Core iUM 2%

Intel Pentium M 2%

Intel Core 2 Duo SU 3%

AMD Athlon II Neo K 5%

AMD AM 5%

Intel Core iHK %

wPrime - wPrime m *

min:      avg:      median: (43%)     max: s

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Intel Core 2 Duo SU -7%

AMD Turion 64 MT -7%

AMD Turion 64 ML -4%

Intel Celeron M -4%

Intel Pentium M -2%

Intel Atom N -1%

AMD C -1%

AMD A 0%

Intel Pentium M 0%

Intel Pentium M 0%

Intel Celeron M 1%

Intel Atom 2%

Intel Atom N 2%

Intel Atom N 2%

AMD A 3%

Intel Celeron M 6%

Intel Mobile Pentium 4 6%

Intel Celeron M 8%

VIA C3-M C3-M %

wPrime - wPrime 32m *

min:      avg:      median: (23%)     max: s

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Intel Core Solo T -9%

Intel Pentium M -8%

Intel Pentium M -7%

Intel Mobile Pentium 4 -6%

Intel Atom N -6%

Intel Celeron M -5%

Intel Atom N -5%

Intel Celeron M -4%

Intel Celeron M -2%

Intel Pentium M 1%

AMD V-Series V 1%

Intel Celeron M 2%

Intel Pentium M 2%

Intel Pentium SU 2%

Intel Celeron M 3%

Intel Core Solo U 6%

AMD E 8%

Intel Pentium M 9%

Transmeta Crusoe TM %

3DMark 06 - CPU - 3DMark 06 - CPU

min:      avg:      median: (4%)     max: Points

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AMD Turion 64 ML %

Intel Celeron M %

Intel Pentium SU %

VIA Nano L %

AMD Athlon Neo MV -7%

AMD Athlon 64 TF -6%

AMD C -5%

AMD Turion 64 ML -5%

Intel Pentium 4-M P4-M 1,7 -4%

Intel Pentium M 2%

AMD Mobile Sempron + 2%

AMD Turion 64 MT 5%

Intel Pentium M 5%

AMD Turion 64 ML 7%

Intel Pentium M 8%

AMD Mobile Sempron + 8%

AMD C 12%

AMD A 13%

AMD Ryzen 9 HX %

Super Pi mod XS 1M - Super Pi mod XS 1M *

min: 22     avg:      median: (8%)     max: s

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Intel Pentium N -2%

Intel Celeron M -1%

AMD AMX -1%

Intel Pentium N -1%

AMD FXP -1%

Intel Core Duo L -1%

AMD Turion II P -1%

AMD Turion II Ultra M -1%

Intel Atom Z 0%

Intel Core Solo T 0%

Intel Core 2 Duo T 0%

Intel Core 2 Duo SU 0%

AMD Athlon II N 1%

Intel Core 2 Duo T 1%

AMD AMX 1%

Intel Celeron Dual-Core T 1%

Intel Pentium Dual Core T 1%

AMD AM 1%

VIA C3-M C3-M %

Super Pi mod XS 2M - Super Pi mod XS 2M *

min: 54     avg:      median: (4%)     max: 88 s

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Intel Celeron J -3%

AMD Turion II Ultra M -2%

Intel Celeron Dual-Core T -2%

Qualcomm Snapdragon -2%

AMD AMX -2%

Intel Core Duo T -2%

AMD AM -2%

Intel Pentium Y -1%

AMD Phenom II X4 X BE 0%

AMD Phenom II X4 P 0%

Intel Pentium N 0%

AMD Turion II P 1%

Intel Pentium N 1%

AMD AMX 1%

Intel Core 2 Duo SU 2%

Intel Celeron 2%

Intel Core 2 Duo SU 2%

Intel Core 2 Duo T 3%

Intel Celeron Dual-Core T %

Super Pi Mod XS 32M - Super Pi mod XS 32M *

min:      avg:      median: (9%)     max: s

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AMD AM -2%

Intel Celeron -2%

Intel Celeron M P -2%

AMD Phenom II X4 X BE -2%

AMD E -1%

Intel Celeron N -1%

Intel Celeron N 0%

Intel Core 2 Duo T 0%

AMD A 0%

AMD AMX 0%

Intel Celeron N 0%

Intel Core 2 Duo SU 0%

Intel Atom N 1%

AMD AM 1%

AMD AM 2%

Intel Pentium U 2%

Intel Core Duo T 2%

Intel Atom x5-Z 2%

VIA C3-M C3-M %

SiSoft Sandra Dhrystone (MIPS) - SiSoft Sandra Dhrystone (MIPS)

min:      avg:      median: (3%)     max: MIPS

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Intel Celeron M %

AMD Athlon 64 TF %

Intel Pentium M %

Intel Pentium M %

Intel Celeron M -9%

AMD C -7%

AMD Mobile Sempron + -3%

Intel Celeron M -3%

Intel Celeron M -3%

AMD Athlon Neo MV 0%

Intel Pentium M 2%

Intel Pentium SU 4%

AMD Athlon II Neo K 7%

AMD C 8%

Intel Pentium M 13%

AMD Turion 64 ML 15%

AMD C 16%

Intel Celeron M 29%

Intel Xeon EM v5 %

SiSoft Sandra Whetstone (MFLOPS) - SiSoft Sandra Whetstone (MFLOPS)

min:      avg:      median: (4%)     max: MFLOPS

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Intel Celeron M %

AMD V-Series V %

AMD E %

Intel Atom Z %

Intel Atom N %

Intel Pentium M %

Intel Pentium M -9%

Intel Celeron M -6%

Intel Pentium M -5%

Intel Pentium SU 1%

AMD Athlon 64 TF 2%

Intel Mobile Pentium 4 5%

Intel Pentium M 6%

AMD Athlon Neo MV 8%

AMD C 9%

Intel Celeron M 11%

AMD A 12%

AMD Athlon II Neo K 16%

Intel Core iXM %

PCMark 05 - PCMark 05 - Standard

min:      avg:      median: (14%)     max: Points

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Intel Celeron M MHz %

Intel Pentium SU %

Intel Core Duo U %

Intel Celeron M %

AMD Mobile Sempron + -5%

Intel Core 2 Duo U -5%

AMD Mobile Sempron + -2%

Intel Celeron M -1%

AMD Athlon II Neo K -1%

Intel Atom N 0%

AMD Turion 64 MK 0%

Intel Pentium M 1%

Intel Core Solo T 1%

AMD Mobile Sempron SI 4%

Intel Celeron M 5%

Intel Core 2 Duo U 9%

AMD Turion 64 MK 11%

Intel Core 2 Duo U 12%

Intel Celeron M 15%

Intel Core iQM %

Windows Vista Experience Index - Windows Vista Leistungsindex - Prozessor

min:      avg:      median: (50%)     max: Points

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Intel Mobile A A %

Intel Pentium SU %

AMD Athlon Neo MV -2%

Intel Core 2 Duo T 15%

Intel Core 2 Duo SU 21%

Intel Core 2 Duo U 24%

Intel Core 2 Duo U 26%

Intel Core 2 Duo SU 32%

Intel Pentium Dual Core T 35%

AMD Turion 64 X2 TL 35%

AMD Athlon X2 QL 35%

Intel Core 2 Duo SL 38%

Intel Core iQM %

Windows 7 Experience Index - Win7 CPU

Points (42%)

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Intel Atom N %

AMD C %

Intel Atom N -9%

Intel Celeron M -6%

Intel Pentium SU -6%

Intel Atom 0%

Intel Atom N 0%

Intel Atom N 0%

Intel Atom N 0%

AMD E 3%

Intel Atom D 6%

AMD E 7%

AMD Athlon II Neo K 11%

AMD C 12%

AMD E 12%

AMD E 15%

AMD Athlon II Neo K 15%

Intel Celeron M U 15%

Intel Core iHQ %

- Range of benchmark values for this graphics card
- Average benchmark values for this graphics card
* Smaller numbers mean a higher performance

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Intel classifications are for informational purposes only and consist of Export Control Classification Numbers (ECCN) and Harmonized Tariff Schedule (HTS) numbers. Any use made of Intel classifications are without recourse to Intel and shall not be construed as a representation or warranty regarding the proper ECCN or HTS. Your company as an importer and/or exporter is responsible for determining the correct classification of your transaction.

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&#; This feature may not be available on all computing systems. Please check with the system vendor to determine if your system delivers this feature, or reference the system specifications (motherboard, processor, chipset, power supply, HDD, graphics controller, memory, BIOS, drivers, virtual machine monitor-VMM, platform software, and/or operating system) for feature compatibility. Functionality, performance, and other benefits of this feature may vary depending on system configuration.

“Announced” SKUs are not yet available. Please refer to the Launch Date for market availability.

Intel processor numbers are not a measure of performance. Processor numbers differentiate features within each processor family, not across different processor families. See http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/processors/processor-numbers.html for details.

See http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/architecture-and-technology/hyper-threading/hyper-threading-technology.html?wapkw=hyper+threading for more information including details on which processors support Intel® HT Technology.

Max Turbo Frequency refers to the maximum single-core processor frequency that can be achieved with Intel® Turbo Boost Technology. See www.intel.com/technology/turboboost/ for more information and applicability of this technology.

Processors that support bit computing on Intel® architecture require an Intel 64 architecture-enabled BIOS.

System and Maximum TDP is based on worst case scenarios. Actual TDP may be lower if not all I/Os for chipsets are used.

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Intel Core 2 Solo SU

The Core 2 Solo SU is a power efficient single core processor for small subnotebooks. It is based on the Penryn architecture and offers all features of this core (Virtualization, C6 state, Dynamic Acceleration).

Due to the slow clock speed of GHz, the performance of the single core ULV processor is only between a high clocked single core Atom CPU (N e.g.) and a dual core Atom (, e.g.).

SeriesIntel Core 2 Solo
CodenamePenryn
Series: Core 2 Solo Penryn
Clock Rate MHz
Front Side Bus
Level 2 Cache3 MB
Number of Cores / Threads1 / 1
Power Consumption (TDP = Thermal Design Power) Watt
Transistor Count Million
Features45 nmV
Die Size mm2
Max. Temperature °C
SocketBGA
FeaturesEnhanced Speedstep, Virtualization VT-x, TXT, Idle States
64 Bit64 Bit support
Architecturex86
Starting Price$ U.S.
Announcement Date08/20/
Product Link (external)Intel Core 2 Solo SU

Benchmarks

Cinebench R10 - Cinebench R10 Rend. Single (32bit)
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