Shevek (shevek) wrote,
Shevek
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By then, Intel had released a version based on the updated 'E' core to complement the original 'D' core releases. Version-E parts have an 'F' appended to their clock speed to indicate the use of the more up-to-date core. (from The Register).

Who thought that up, then?
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