The previews of the C2D E6750 are hitting the streets today, and you can start out at HotHardware.  As far as the raw stats go, you are looking at @ 2.66GHz CPU, with a 1333MHz “Quad-Pumped” front side bus.  It is a 65n process chip, with 4MB of shared, full-speed L2 cache.  As far as the power goes, it runs between .85 – 1.3625v and generated 65 – 75 watts TPD.  Read on to see how much better the increase in FSB makes this chip when compared to the E6700.

Make sure you don’t miss Ryan’s review, or our discussion thread wither.
“We’ve just posted a new article at HotHardware exploring the performance and overclockability of Intel’s upcoming Core 2 Duo E6750 processor. The E6750 differs from the older and similarly clocked E6700 in that its front side bus frequency has been increased to 1333MHz, but this isn’t a simple speed bump. The E6750 is also based on a new stepping and revision of the Conroe-core which resulted in some excellent overclocking. How does almost 4GHz with the stock air-cooler sound?”

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