Intel Core 2 Q6600 G0 Stepping: Cheap Quad Core Just Got Better (2022)

by Anand Lal Shimpi on August 16, 2007 11:53 AM EST

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Last month's price cuts not only made it tempting to build a new PC today, but they also brought quad-cores within the reach of mid-range budget systems.

CPU Clock Speed FSB L2 Cache Availability Pricing
Intel Core 2 Extreme QX6850 3.00GHz 1333 4MBx2 Now $999
Intel Core 2 Extreme QX6800 2.93GHz 1066 4MBx2 Now $999
Intel Core 2 Quad Q6700 2.66GHz 1066 4MBx2 Now $530
Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 2.40GHz 1066 4MBx2 Now $266
Intel Core 2 Duo E6850 3.00GHz 1333 4MB Now $266
Intel Core 2 Duo E6750 2.66GHz 1333 4MB Now $183
Intel Core 2 Duo E6550 2.33GHz 1333 4MB Now $163
Intel Core 2 Duo E6540 2.33GHz 1333 4MB Now $163
Intel Core 2 Duo E4600 2.40GHz 800 2MB Q4 $133
Intel Core 2 Duo E4500 2.20GHz 800 2MB Q3 $133
Intel Core 2 Duo E4400 2.00GHz 800 2MB Now $113
Intel Pentium E2180 2.00GHz 800 1MB Q4 $84
Intel Pentium E2160 1.80GHz 800 1MB Now $84
Intel Pentium E2140 1.60GHz 800 1MB Now $74

For $266 you now have a tough decision to make: do you buy two 3.0GHz cores or four 2.40GHz cores? In our last review we found that if you're doing any amount of 3D rendering or media encoding, the Core 2 Quad Q6600 at $266 ends up being the better value. Of course, if you want the best of both worlds you could always overclock the 2.40GHz Q6600, giving you four, much faster cores.

Hitting the S-Spec

In between major architectural revisions of processors, a core will go through multiple revisions or steppings. These steppings can be simple manufacturing tweaks, allowing for cooler operation, or they can include bug fixes and slight performance improvements. Performance improvements are rarely tangible, if even measurable in most cases, but the point is that these cores evolve over time. AMD and Intel learn better, more efficient ways to produce the chips over the lifetime of the processors and they incorporate the learnings into later revisions of the processors.

The original Core 2 processors that launched in July of last year were stepping B1, they were later replaced by a B2 stepping. Intel quietly introduced a new core with only 2MB of L2 cache (instead of 4MB with only half enabled), and thus we gained two more steppings: L2 and M0. The quad-core processors use a slightly different core stepping as well: B3. More recently, Intel introduced yet another revision to its Core 2 microprocessors: the G0 stepping.

G0 fixes a handful of bugs, but most of them were minor and or have software workarounds in play. The more noticeable aspect of G0 is its lower power consumption, which some have proposed as meaning G0 cores may be better overclockers.

Only a subset of Intel processors are presently available with G0 stepping cores: the Core 2 Duo E6540, E6550, E6750, E6850, Q6600, Q6700, QX6800 and QX6850. Of those listed, the E6540, E6550, E6750, E6850 and QX6850 are only available in G0, while the remainder are offered in B2 or B3 as well.

How do you know what stepping you've got? CPU-Z will tell you exactly what you're running, but you can also look at the CPU itself or the box it came in if you've got a retail chip.

Intel encodes the core stepping, cache size, frequency, package, FSB and more into a five character code called an S-Spec. You can use Intel's Processor Finder to decode almost any S-Spec, although there are some limitations.

(Video) The Core 2 Quad Q6600 | Legendary but can it Still Perform?

The new G0 stepping chips have the following S-Specs:

S-Spec Core Stepping CPU
SLAFN G0 QX6850
SLACP G0 QX6800
SLACQ G0 Q6700
SLACR G0 Q6600
SLAA5 G0 E6540
SLA9X G0 E6550
SLA9V G0 E6750
SLA9U G0 E6850

Here we have the new G0 based SLACR S-Spec on a processor box:

Intel Core 2 Q6600 G0 Stepping: Cheap Quad Core Just Got Better (1)

...and on the Q6600 itself:

Intel Core 2 Q6600 G0 Stepping: Cheap Quad Core Just Got Better (2)

Some vendors will even go as far as to hand select only G0 processors, advertising them as such. The question we're here to answer is whether or not the G0 based Q6600, (S-Spec: SLACR), is noticeably better than its B3 predecessor (S-Spec: SL9UM).

Intel Core 2 Q6600 G0 Stepping: Cheap Quad Core Just Got Better (3)
The G0 based SLACR (left) and the B3 based SL9UM (right)

Test Configuration

CPU: Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 (2.40GHz/1066MHz) B3
Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 (2.40GHz/1066MHz) G0

Both chips used the same VID

(Video) Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 - The Grandpa of Quad Cores, 15 Years Later!

Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-P35C-DS3R (Intel P35)
Chipset: Intel P35
Chipset Drivers: Intel 8.1.1.1010 (Intel)
Hard Disk: Seagate 7200.9 300GB SATA
Memory: Corsair XMS2 DDR2-800 4-4-4-12 (1GB x 2)
Video Card: NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GTX
Video Drivers: NVIDIA ForceWare 158.18
Desktop Resolution: 1600 x 1200
OS: Windows Vista Ultimate 32-bit

Power Consumption: A Cooler SLACR?

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  • comc100 - Monday, December 31, 2007 - link

    hi i have q6600 g0 and geforce 6600 gt. do i have to upgrade my psu because mine is 305 watts Reply
  • Drew Martell - Tuesday, January 19, 2010 - link

    I have a Q6600 and a 300 watt PSU. I overclocked to 3GHz and still running fine with stock cooling and the 300 watts :D Reply
  • k8fox - Friday, August 6, 2010 - link

    Are you still using your Q6600? I would like to overclock mine but have no idea where to start as I have never done this. Suggestions? Reply
  • sheeple - Monday, October 19, 2015 - link

    The Q6600 stands as Intel's greatest CPU EVER, due to it being FIRST, it's the Garagov of Cpu's! Reply
  • tjaisv - Thursday, August 23, 2007 - link

    So what are the temp differences? Thx Reply
  • lemonadesoda - Sunday, August 19, 2007 - link

    The system power draw is a very interesting statistic.

    But for CPU power comparisons I suggest some other analysis. Since so much of the system power is drawn by all anciliary components, the % improvement calculations show overall system improvement BUT NOT the CPU improvement. The CPU improvement is really the more interesting figure.

    Can you isolate the system power draw excl. the CPU? Perhaps the best way to do this would be to put a ULV low clock CPU into the socket and use that as the "base line" for the system draw. Alternatively, write a utility to put the CPU into "deep sleep HALT" and check the power in this condition. Use this as the baseline.

    You will probably see the baseline around 100W, so the difference betweem say 150W and 160W would be calculated as (160-100)/(150-100)-100%=20% and not the very small figures as article currently shows.

    Reply
  • iamezza - Tuesday, August 21, 2007 - link

    I agree.

    Considering this article was all about a core stepping the claimed better power consumption, I think they totally underplayed the power improvements. A reduction in total system power of 5-7% soley from a CPU stepping is very impressive. This works out to around 20% for the CPU alone. And it only gets better when it's overclocked.

    Also its wrong to write off an entire stepping for overclocking potential when you have only tested 1 CPU and only used stock cooling at that.

    Reply
  • cdrsft - Sunday, August 19, 2007 - link

    In the article, the author asks,
    quote:
    For $266 you now have a tough decision to make: do you buy two 3.0GHz cores or four 2.40GHz cores? In our last review we found that if you're doing any amount of 3D rendering or media encoding, the Core 2 Quad Q6600 at $266 ends up being the better value. Of course, if you want the best of both worlds you could always overclock the 2.40GHz Q6600, giving you four, much faster cores.

    I'm not sure I fully understand the answer. IF you are doing some media encoding, the Q6600 is a better value. What about regular desktop usage? For the average person, which of these is the better value?

    Reply
  • VapoChill - Saturday, August 18, 2007 - link

    Why you not use the lastest Intel driver ?

    *********************************************
    * Product: Intel(R) Chipset Device Software
    * Release: Production Version
    * Version: 8.3.0.1013
    * Target Chipset#: Q33/G33/G31/P35
    * Date: March 05 2007
    *********************************************

    Reply
  • Blacklash - Friday, August 17, 2007 - link

    go back and try working from an 8x multi. A lot of overclockers seem to be doing well with that approach. Reply

FAQs

Is Core 2 Quad Q6600 good for gaming? ›

Essentially it's not too bad- it's fast enough for most modern games with a budget card, although you probably want to overclock it if possible.

Can Q6600 run Windows 10? ›

The Q6600 Quad processor is indeed supported in Windows 10.

How old is Q6600? ›

The mainstream 65 nanometer Core 2 Quad Q6600, clocked at 2.4 GHz, was launched on January 8, 2007 at US$851 (reduced to US$530 on April 7, 2007).

Is Core 2 Quad better than i7? ›

i7 possess more calculation power, although depending on shared L3 cache means more latency. For single cards, i7 amounts to a slight downgrade over current quads. For dual, i7's performance edge is significant. For quad, i7's lead becomes huge.

Which is better Core 2 Quad or i3? ›

In terms of overall gaming performance, the Intel Core i3-2100 3.1GHz is noticeably better than the Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 2.4GHz when it comes to running the latest games. This also means it will be less likely to bottleneck more powerful GPUs, allowing them to achieve more of their gaming performance potential.

Can you game with a Core 2 Quad? ›

Generally speaking, yes the old Core 2 Quad CPUs are still viable for playing games. Games that are CPU intensive will not run as good as PCs with more modern Intel CPUs.

Can a core 2 duo run Windows 11? ›

Windows 11 needs 1 GHz or faster with two or more cores on a compatible 64-bit processor. But within old processors based computers like Core 2 Duo does not have these features; therefore, Windows 11 does not support this CPU.

Which is better Core 2 Duo or Core 2 Quad? ›

In terms of overall gaming performance, the Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 2.4GHz is significantly better than the Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 3.0GHz when it comes to running the latest games.

Does Core 2 Quad have 4 cores? ›

Core 2 Quad in detail

Intel's latest addition to the Core family is the Core 2 Quad series. This series uses two Conroe cores on a single package, that's a total of four cores.

How many cores does Core 2 Quad have? ›

Based on the Intel Core micro-architecture, the Intel Core 2 Quad processor delivers four complete execution cores within a single processor, delivering unprecedented performance and responsiveness.

When did the Intel Core 2 come out? ›

The Core 2 processor line was introduced on July 27, 2006, comprising the Duo (dual-core) and Extreme (dual- or quad-core CPUs for enthusiasts), and in 2007, the Quad (quad-core) and Solo (single-core) sub-brands.

Does Core 2 Duo have integrated graphics? ›

The Core 2 Duo does not include Intel HD Graphics or integrated graphics at all.

Is quad-core better than i5? ›

The difference is that a dual core Mobile Core i5 CPU is a much more powerful CPU than the quad core AMD A6 APU. Additionally, the nVidia GT 630m is a much more powerful graphic card (by notebook standards), than the integrated Radeon HD 6520G inside the AMD A6 APU.

Is quad-core the same as i7? ›

Most of the i7 Extreme computers have four cores. However, there are a few models that have six. These models also have larger caches. If your processor isn't listed as an i7 Extreme but just says i7, it's likely a quad-core with slightly slower clock speed and smaller caches than the Extremes.

Does quad-core mean 4 processors? ›

A quad-core processor is a type of computer processor architecture that has four processor cores embedded within a single processor dye. Each of the four cores can execute and process instructions independently of the other cores.

Is an i3 better than a Core 2 Duo? ›

Power Consumption And Heat Generation

However, regarding power efficiency, Core i3 processors work much better than core 2 Duo because of their higher speeds. That's because they perform tasks faster, making them more power-efficient. In addition, the Core 2 Duo processor architectures have 65nm and 45nm fabrications.

Is quad core still good? ›

A quad-core or dual-core processor is sufficient for a standard computer user. Many business computers now come with these as standard, even though most users and business owners will see no real benefits from using four processor cores because there isn't enough non-specialised software to put it to use.

Which is better Core 2 Duo or Pentium 4? ›

In terms of overall gaming performance, the Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 3.0GHz is massively better than the Intel Pentium 4 3.8GHz when it comes to running the latest games. This also means it will be less likely to bottleneck more powerful GPUs, allowing them to achieve more of their gaming performance potential.

Is 16GB RAM enough for gaming? ›

16GB is the recommended amount of RAM for playing most games and will provide a noticeable increase in performance from 8GB. You will also be able to run applications in the background without affecting gameplay.

Which processor can run all games? ›

For ideal results, a machine running an Intel® Core™ i7 processor or better with at least 8GB of RAM is sufficient for playing games and streaming at the same time. If you're hoping for less impact on your gaming performance, an Intel® Core™ i9 processor makes for an even smoother experience.

What is a good number of CPU cores? ›

Six-core CPUs are the sweet spot for gaming, it is cheap and solid for productivity work. Eight-core CPUs are amazing at all tasks. Great for productivity work and heavy gaming. Ten or more core CPUs scale greatly in price, so we recommended them only for those that rely on productivity work.

Can Windows 11 run in 2GB RAM? ›

Yes, you can run Windows 11 on a 2GB RAM computer but it will lag a lot. The official minimum RAM requirement is 4GB and you are recommended to upgrade your memory to 8GB to run Win11 smoothly!

Is 4GB RAM enough for Windows 11? ›

Re: Windows 11 Can't run on a 4 GB RAM Computer?!

It is the same thing with Windows 10 with 2 GB RAM as it is the minimum it is slow. To have a smooth performance the only option is to upgrade your RAM (at least 8GB) or downgrade to Windows 10, it's still supported.

Can Windows 10 run smoothly on 2GB RAM? ›

2GB of RAM is the minimum system requirement for the 64-bit version of Windows 10. You might get away with less, but the chances are that it's going to make you yell a lot of bad words at your system! With 2GB you should be able to do pretty much everything with your computer that a computer is capable of doing.

Can I upgrade my Core 2 Duo processor? ›

The simple answer: No, you can't. You'll need a whole new computer. The complex answer (in Intel land; AMD is a bit different): A motherboard will not support a newer CPU without a firmware (BIOS/UEFI) update.

Is a quad-core good for gaming? ›

With modern CPUs having anywhere up to 64 cores, it's not uncommon to wonder, is a quad core processor good for gaming. The simple answer is yes. You can easily play most games on a quad core CPU.

Is Core 2 Quad better than quad-core? ›

As Moo said, a Core 2 Quad is a Core 2 CPU from Intel with four cores. "QuadCore" probably refers to Intel's newer i7 CPU ("Nehalem"), which is bigger and better and more fun and everything. (As I understand it Nehalem supports hyperthreading and Core 2 doesn't.) Show activity on this post.

Can Windows 10 install on Core 2 Duo? ›

In our experience, yes, an Intel Core 2 duo can run Windows 10, but only if the computer is running Windows 7 first.

Can Core 2 Duo run 64-bit? ›

Answer: A: Hi, Core 2 Duo processors are 64-bit processors.

How do I know which processor is better? ›

More GHz and more cores are always better, though a dual-core chip can still be faster than a quad-core. After that, you can look for benchmark comparisons, especially if the benchmarks measure the kinds of things you normally do – maths processing, video rendering, gaming or whatever.

What is the fastest Core 2 Duo processor? ›

The fastest Core 2 processor is the X6800 Extreme, which is separated from the regular Core 2 Duos only by its 2.93GHz clock speed and a 10W higher TDP—oh, and by almost half a grand.

Is the Q6600 a 64 bit processor? ›

As said the Q6600 is 64 bit capable, but you need 64 bit OS to be able to use it. If you install a 32 bit OS that's all you will have.

Which is better dual core or octa-core? ›

A core is like a processing part that can complete a single time at a point in time so dual-core means that processing can be done at a faster rate.
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Difference between Dual Core and Octa Core Processors.
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4.Computational speed is slower as compared to octa-core processors.It has a high computational speed as compared to dual-core processors.
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Is Core i5 better than Core 2 Duo? ›

Well a Core i5 is typically a quad core while the Core 2 Duo is a dual core, so the i5 has more cores. As well the i5 is a newer architecture and thus has better performance than the Core 2 Duo. So to answer the question, the Core i5 is better.

Are dual core processors obsolete? ›

Generally speaking, mobile dual core CPU will not like become obsolete because newer generation CPUs are more powerful than older generation CPUs within the same family (Intel Core CPUs vs. Intel Core CPUs / Intel Atom CPUs vs Intel Atom CPUs / AMD APUs vs AMD APUs).

Is there an Intel i2? ›

COD This product supports COD on delivery.
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Specification.
GeneralBrand: Intel CPU Series: Core i2 CPU Frequency: 2.93GHz Number of Cores: Dual Core L3 Cache: 3MB Interface Type: LGA775
Dimensions and WeightProduct weight: 0.023 kg Package weight: 0.053 kg

Is Pentium better than Core 2 Duo? ›

Despite being based on an older architecture, the Core 2 Duos are still far ahead of the Pentiums in terms of performance due to having two cores and being optimized to take advantage of those two cores.

What graphics does Core 2 Duo have? ›

The Intel Core 2 Duo E4500 doesn't have an onboard graphics processor. However, the GMA945 accelerator is a standard across all desktop LGA775 motherboards. The GMA645 has 64MB of dedicated memory with up to 256 shared, with a clock speed of 400MHz.

Does Core 2 Duo support WIFI? ›

Intel Centrino Duo mobile technology platforms now feature the revolutionary new Intel Core 2 Duo processor with the existing Mobile Intel® 945 Express Chipset Family and Intel PRO/Wireless 3945ABG Network Connection wireless components.

What is better than a quad-core processor? ›

An octa-core processor is faster than a quad-core processor only when it's running an app that takes advantage of its abilities or when you're multitasking. For example, one core may be at work on your web browsing while another is standing by.

Which is better for gaming dual-core or quad-core? ›

Overall, a quad-core processor is going to perform faster than a dual-core processor for general computing. Each program you open will work on its own core, so if the tasks are shared, the speeds are better.

Is quad-core faster than single core? ›

Yes, quad-core CPUs are generally much faster than single-core CPUs -- even if the single-core CPU has a faster clock speed.

Which is faster i7 or quad-core? ›

Again, the Intel Core i7 CPUs outperform their Core i5 counterparts and are much faster than the entry-level Core i3 CPUs. Quad-cores are usually better than dual-cores and hexa-cores better than quad-cores, and so on, but it isn't always accurate depending on the CPU generation—more on these differences in a moment.

Is Intel better or Ryzen? ›

The speed of ryzen is better than intel when it comes to multi-tasking and single-tasking. We can see that ryzen 5 has 6 core and 12 thread whereas intel CPU has a higher clock speed as well as 4 physical core and 8 thread. this clearly indicates that ryzen is providing much better speed.

How many CPU can a computer have? ›

Modern desktop PCs can have a single chip with as many as 12 processing cores. Each core can complete a task independently of the other.

How many cores do you need for gaming? ›

4 Cores and 6 Cores are Recommended for Gaming

So for a budget gaming system I would recommend Intel Core i3 from 10th gen, and newer, feature 4 cores and 8 threads.

Why is quad-core better than Dual? ›

Although many day-to-day tasks don't require much more than a Dual Core, there are benefits of a Quad Core processor are a little more tangible. Not only is it faster, and more powerful when it comes to highly intensive tasks, the Quad Core processor may also give you more bang for your buck in the long run.

Is an 8 core processor better than a quad-core? ›

Octa-core processors are those processing systems that have eight cores which are arranged in two sets of four cores each core can perform the work as that of a quad-core processing system. It was designed to give high performance and speed as compared to any other processing system.

Is the Q6600 a 64 bit processor? ›

As said the Q6600 is 64 bit capable, but you need 64 bit OS to be able to use it. If you install a 32 bit OS that's all you will have.

Which is better Core 2 Duo or Core 2 Quad? ›

In terms of overall gaming performance, the Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 2.4GHz is significantly better than the Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 3.0GHz when it comes to running the latest games.

Is quad-core still good? ›

A quad-core or dual-core processor is sufficient for a standard computer user. Many business computers now come with these as standard, even though most users and business owners will see no real benefits from using four processor cores because there isn't enough non-specialised software to put it to use.

How many cores does Core 2 Quad have? ›

Based on the Intel Core micro-architecture, the Intel Core 2 Quad processor delivers four complete execution cores within a single processor, delivering unprecedented performance and responsiveness.

Does Core 2 Quad have 4 cores? ›

Core 2 Quad in detail

Intel's latest addition to the Core family is the Core 2 Quad series. This series uses two Conroe cores on a single package, that's a total of four cores.

What is core to quad processor? ›

Quad-core processors integrate two dual-core processors within a single processor. The two separate dual cores communicate with each other using processor cache. A quad-core processor can execute multiple instructions simultaneously, meaning that each core can be dedicated for separate instruction.

When did the Intel Core 2 come out? ›

The Core 2 Duo was introduced on July 31st 2006 (the FSB 800 version with DAT - Dynamic Acceleration Technology on May 9th 2007).

Is i3 better than Core 2 Duo? ›

Power Consumption And Heat Generation

However, regarding power efficiency, Core i3 processors work much better than core 2 Duo because of their higher speeds. That's because they perform tasks faster, making them more power-efficient. In addition, the Core 2 Duo processor architectures have 65nm and 45nm fabrications.

Can I upgrade my Core 2 Duo processor? ›

The simple answer: No, you can't. You'll need a whole new computer. The complex answer (in Intel land; AMD is a bit different): A motherboard will not support a newer CPU without a firmware (BIOS/UEFI) update.

Is a quad-core good for gaming? ›

With modern CPUs having anywhere up to 64 cores, it's not uncommon to wonder, is a quad core processor good for gaming. The simple answer is yes. You can easily play most games on a quad core CPU.

Is 16GB RAM enough for gaming? ›

16GB is the recommended amount of RAM for playing most games and will provide a noticeable increase in performance from 8GB. You will also be able to run applications in the background without affecting gameplay.

How many cores CPU do I need? ›

If you're running into bottlenecks in common desktop use, it's less likely to be because you don't have enough CPU cores and more likely due to something like not having enough RAM, especially if you're doing very heavy web browsing. So for common desktop use, 2-4 cores should be enough for your needs.

Do you need 8 cores for gaming? ›

Games do use multiple cores. However, depending upon the particular game, it can use anywhere between 1 – 8 cores generally. But a vast majority of the games still use 4-6 cores optimally.

What is the fastest Core 2 Duo processor? ›

The fastest Core 2 processor is the X6800 Extreme, which is separated from the regular Core 2 Duos only by its 2.93GHz clock speed and a 10W higher TDP—oh, and by almost half a grand.

Can I run GTA V on Core 2 Duo? ›

You can run it on core 2 duo.

Can a Core 2 Duo run Windows 11? ›

Windows 11 needs 1 GHz or faster with two or more cores on a compatible 64-bit processor. But within old processors based computers like Core 2 Duo does not have these features; therefore, Windows 11 does not support this CPU.

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