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Intel Pentium P6100 Vs Dual-Core T4500 benchmark and feature comparison

Intel Pentium P6100 Vs Dual Core T4500 by Starred reviews

Table : Intel Pentium P6100 Vs Dual-Core T4500 Feature Differences

Feature Intel Pentium P6100 Dual-Core T4500
Core Frequency 2.00 GHz 2.30 GHz
No. Of Cores 2 (No Hyperthreading) 2
Cache Organization 512KB L2 + 3MB L3 128 KB L1+1MB L2
Turbo Frequency No Turbo No Turbo
TDP Rating 35 Watts 35 Watts
64 Bit Support Y Y
Lithography 32 nm 45 nm

Table : Intel Pentium P6100 Vs Pentium Dual-Core T4500 Benchmarking Comparison

Benchmarks Intel Pentium P6100 Dual-Core T4500
PassMark Score 1529 1551
Super Pi 2M (Lower in better) 50 seconds 63 seconds
3D Mark 06 CPU 1840 1920
Windows 7 Experience Score 5.7 5.8

The two processor seem to have about the same performance, give or take a bit here and there. The P6100 has lower clock frequency and is still able to match and in many case exceed the performance of the T450. Just goes on to prove the architectural supremacy  of  Araandale based P6100, including the Integrated memory controller, a larger 3 MB smart cache.

 

Some more details of Intel Pentium P6100

The Pentium P6100 belongs to the Arrandale architecture, the same architecture that powers the first generation core i3 processors. It enjoys the benefit of integrated memory controller and is suitable for low cost entry level notebooks. It has integrated gpu unit with entry level graphics performance. The lack of the Hyperthreading reduces performance slightly as compared to the similarly clocked core i3 processors. Intel has attempted to gain by encashing the Pentium brand name that it created over the years

Some more details of  Dual-Core T4500

The Intel Dual Core  T4500 has a relatively low Cache memory that affects its performance. It does not has integrated memory controller as in the newer core i3 processor, and this reduces the performance of this processor. The T4500 is still good enough for your entry level computing needs. If you are out for buying new nootebook, you may like to take a look at Sandy Bridge processor ( e.g. Core i3-2310M) based notebooks which will promise you great performance leap at couple of hundreds of dollar extra and your notebook will not become obsolete for another 3 years to come.

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  1. Anirudh Vaidya
    May 12th, 2011 at 17:35 | #1

    I think it is not ok to call Pentium T4500 or Pentium Dual Core T4500 – It is just the Dual Core T4500. Though the Pentium P6100 is the right term.