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Model Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo CPU E7500 @ 2.93GHz
Stock Speed   2933 MHz
Features Prefetch,SSE,SSE2,SSE4
L1 Cache 32 KB
L2 Cache 3072 KB

Program Speed (MHz) 29.69M to 34.56M (1792K)34.56M to 39.50M (2048K)39.50M to 49.10M (2560K)49.10M to 58.52M (3072K)58.52M to 68.13M (3584K)68.13M to 77.91M (4096K)Trial fac 65 bitsValid Data?Select
Windows64, Prime95, v28.4, build 1304626.7328.5835.4944.4455.4658.585.21
Windows64, Prime95, v28.4, build 1304626.3928.2836.5245.1557.7260.285.25
Windows64, Prime95, v28.4, build 1304626.0727.8936.1847.6056.2359.155.20
Windows64, Prime95, v28.4, build 1304626.8028.5235.2844.0857.0358.895.22
Windows64, Prime95, v28.4, build 1304626.8228.6035.4645.0856.8559.835.23
Windows64, Prime95, v28.4, build 1304627.0728.9736.2345.0955.5759.635.16
Windows64, Prime95, v28.7, build 1301633.7239.1647.1855.9469.8376.74
Windows64, Prime95, v28.5, build 2297034.1630.8547.2148.4561.8563.10
Windows64, Prime95, v27.9, build 1293527.7629.8437.6146.5759.2261.385.39
Windows64, Prime95, v28.5, build 2293329.3330.4137.8049.0577.0763.23
Windows64, Prime95, v28.5, build 2293339.7541.6853.03119.9869.7378.90
Windows64, Prime95, v28.5, build 2293328.8431.6639.4547.7462.2665.66
Windows64, Prime95, v28.6, build 1293327.6329.5538.0946.6559.4168.15
Windows64, Prime95, v28.7, build 1293343.7844.2756.8281.7090.49110.40
Windows64, Prime95, v28.7, build 1293358.9168.9870.6987.01112.41115.50
Windows64, Prime95, v28.7, build 1293313.7114.9129.3734.2333.0343.74
Windows64, Prime95, v28.10, build 1293331.5934.8538.1250.4164.3765.20
Windows64, Prime95, v28.7, build 1293228.4131.2138.5549.0263.5165.95
Windows64, Prime95, v28.5, build 2292628.6730.7338.0648.8759.7664.20
Windows64, Prime95, v28.5, build 2292628.4930.6539.4547.1159.1063.02
Windows64, Prime95, v28.5, build 2292631.3034.7342.2852.7768.9069.65
Windows64, Prime95, v28.5, build 2292665.3398.1179.1954.2268.83170.34
Windows64, Prime95, v28.5, build 2292655.5859.4975.8092.89113.99129.38
Windows64, Prime95, v28.5, build 2292655.7959.0867.9791.65114.68128.30
Windows64, Prime95, v28.5, build 2292628.0230.0837.7650.0358.1662.13
Windows64, Prime95, v28.9, build 2292630.2432.1443.3049.1866.1566.80
Windows64, Prime95, v28.9, build 2292629.8233.7140.5250.7460.8969.30
Windows64, Prime95, v28.10, build 1292631.1234.1540.9350.0269.0569.22
Windows64, Prime95, v28.10, build 1292628.1730.1438.8346.0557.8163.26
Windows64, Prime95, v28.7, build 1292527.3029.2236.8452.4257.7360.84
Windows64, Prime95, v28.10, build 1292528.1829.9837.8647.7559.6262.59
All timings are in milliseconds - lower is better

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