Dell :: T9400 V P8600 In Studio Xps 16

May 1, 2009

Is there a big difference between the 2 not in games and in games(RTS games)?

T9400 - 2.53ghz, 6mb cache, 1066mhz bus..

P8600- 2.4ghz, 3mb cache, 1066ghz bus..

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Dell :: P8600 Vs T9400, Which Is Better?

Mar 21, 2009

After doing some research and reading,I'm looking to purchase a Latitude E6400 from the outlet.

I can't decide which processor to get. I found two configurations with the same price but different processors.

One has the T9400 and the other has the P8600. Should I go with the T9400 since it has a 6mb cache? If you had to chose , what would you guys consider the best option?

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Dell :: M2400: P8600 Vs. T9400

Sep 19, 2008

Image you're using your notebook for things like 3D CAD, photo and video editing and of course for travelling. For my purpose I think the M2400 with its 14,1" monitor should fit perfectly. The perfect combination between mobility and performance.

Now I have to decide between 2 processors. As you know the P8600 isn't available and even Dell couldn't tell me if it will be available in the next weeks.

As you know the M2400 can only be ordered with the following processors:P8600 (2,4 GHz, 25W, 3MB Cache)T9400 (2,53 GHz, 35W, 6MB Cache)

So which one would you choose and why? The price difference is about 100$ (71,4 EUR).

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Sony :: P8600 Or T9400

Jan 6, 2009

P8600 (2,4 GHz, 25W, 3MB Cache)
T9400 (2,53 GHz, 35W, 6MB Cache)

Sony FW 290 CTO:

1. Which should be a better CPU for like normal use (ex. Photoshop, Movie/editing, Gaming, etc..)?

2. How much a different on battery life.. ?

3. Or should wait for a new model FW 300 series.. to come out.. ?

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Dell :: Studio 1537 P8600 Idling In 50s

May 18, 2009

Just got a refurb Studio 1537 with a P8600. Using Core Temp, it idles around 50-55 C, and when if it gets to 60 the fan comes on to knock it down to around 45ish, and then it climbs back up.

Should I be using a diff temperature monitor, and also, are those temps high?

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Dell :: Studio XPS 1640 With P8600 Replace With I-820QM?

Mar 19, 2010

Is the i7-820QM or 720QM accptable as a direct replacment for my P8600 in my Dell Studio XPS 1640 that is now out of warranty?

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Dell :: Studio XPS 16: Overclocking P8600 Intel Core 2 Duo

Oct 30, 2009

how to overclock the P8600 processor but had no good luck, I know I can't overlclock through the BIOS, but I've heard of using programs such as SETFSB, but I don't know how exactly how I can use this program for my processor specifically. Does anyone know how to overclock my processor P8600 (1006 Mhz)

Here is some additional information:

DELL STUDIO XPS 16
Intel Core 2 Duo Processor P8600 : 2.4GHz/1066MHz FSB/3MB Cache
1GB ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4670 Video Card
4GB OF DDR3 RAM

If there is any other information that you need please ask, I would really like to overclock make it to 2.8 Ghz or

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Dell :: P9500 Vs T9400 (e6400 Vs M2400)

Jan 26, 2009

I'm considering to buy an e6400 or M2400.

I use my laptop about 10-14 hours daily (job and home/university), so itís very important for me that the laptop will be cool and quiet. The tasks which I do are: programming (C++, PHP...) with Eclipse and other IDEs, UML programs, databases, surfing a lot... I don't use CAD or similar, only a bit a photoshop.

I got the same price for e6400 with P9500 and for m2400 with T9400.

I know that one difference between P9500 and T9400 is the power consumption. There are more differences? What is better for my tasks? T9400 are more powerful?

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Dell :: Upgrade T9400 -> QX9300 = BSOD

Nov 10, 2009

I have upgraded my M4400 with a QX9300 processor...but all I get is BSOD on boot.

I can run the BIOS memory test without problems, and I can boot in safe mode.

If I attempt a normal boot, I get a Blue Screen Of Death complaining that the BIOS is not fully ACPI compliant

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Dell :: Intel WiFi 5300 Not Compatible With T9400

Oct 31, 2008

I chose the Intel WiFi 5300 over the WiFi 5100 as I understand it is the better card. However, a few hours later I received an email telling me my order was cancelled because the 5300 was 'unavailable'.

I contacted Dell chat this morning, and was told that the part was available but was incompatible with my processor choice. Apparently the 5300 is a Centrino 2 part, and is only compatible with a Centrino 2 processor. I thought the T9400 was a Centrino 2 processor?

If it's true that the parts are incompatible should I go with the T9400/WiFi 5100 or the P8400/WiFi 5300? The Dell chat guy told me that these were the only compatible configurations. If I try to order T9400/5300 again will my order be cancelled again - anyone else tried this?

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Acer :: T9400 Running On A 10.5 Multiplyer (6935G)

Jan 20, 2010

CPU-Z is showing that my T9400 occasionally changes to either 10 or 10.5 multiplier. SiS Sandra Lite also lists it as a 2.79GHz processor.

I thought it was locked down at 9.5. Guessing it's due to it being an ES... Is there a way to control it?

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Dell :: 2 P8600's Have Different Videos?

Oct 11, 2009

so a replacement 14z that they sent me no longer can go down to .875v, but only to .9250.

I've tried changing between 32 and 64 bit, between vista and windows 7, and it even between different drivers.

I'm beginning to think that it's the cpu itself, because everything inside should be basically the same.

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Dell :: I7-720qm Vs P8600?

Sep 28, 2009

I got a studio 1555 a few months ago, with p8600, now they are coming with the i7-720qm

Which is better, why, and how much better is it?

Do you think I am at a big disadvantage?

Is the i7-720qm core 2 duo as well, sorry I don't fully understand processors.

And what exactly is the i7 technology?

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Dell :: Should I Buy The XPS 1640 (P8600, ATI 3670)

Apr 28, 2010

should I buy the Dell XPS 1640 (P8600, ATI 3670). I intend to use the Dell XPS 1640 for web surfing, watching movies, and play some light games online. Would my Dell XPS 1640 with ATI 3670 will have these problems like overheating and throttling?

After reading those horrible stories about XPS 1640 like overheatinga and throttling). I am not so sure about buying them.

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Acer :: Upgrade 8930G-584G32Bn T5800, To T7400 Or T9400 If Possible

Apr 12, 2009

I have 2 indetical laptops dell 9400, 2 years old and well getting a bit 'done' used every day for at least 8H in weeksn around 12 so under a lot of stress.

I bought the Toshiba X300 myself
and for my girlfriend the Acer Aspire 8930G-584G32Bn

Now I'm looking to upgrade both.

X300 currently holds a T9400, would like to upgrade it to the QX9300. Shouldn't be a problem I think, saw the X300 fitted with this processor (but with 2X 9800GTS instead of 1x 9800 GTX.

But for the acer I'm absolutly not sure what I can do with that one....

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Dell :: P8600 Undervolting Results XSPS16

Aug 15, 2009

Since the P8600 is a fairly common CPU on the XPS Studio 13/16 I thought this would be worth posting.

Stability was confirmed at each FID with Orthos for 60 minutes. I chose to disable SuperLFM and IDA. Under 100% load, at 2.4GHz the reported CPU temp dropped almost 12 degrees C. Obviously the difference was less at reduced speeds, but still worthwhile.

I do not notice any difference in the way the computer responds or performs, so as far as I am concerned this is free cooling. I was able to get 4hr 15min on the 9-cell battery with screen brightness @ 30% and low CPU demand (IE8 with wifi) so it probably modestly improves battery life too.

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Dell :: Gaming Comparison Between X9100 And P8600 In M4400

Apr 9, 2009

As the title say's,the fastest core duo against the second to slowest choice,as there seem's a fair number of people here who play game's on their M4400's,I thought this might be interesting to some.

Empire total war,I'm sure still carry's out control instruction's much better with the X9100 despite framerates being pretty much identical.....a bit hard to tell as the game AI is soo buggy....

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Dell :: Can I Enable Vt Technologia In A Inspiron 1525 W/p8600 Processor

May 1, 2009

Is possible to enable the Intel Virtualization Technologia in a Inspiron 15 or Studio 17 with p8600 processor

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Sony :: Z Line, And P8400 Vs. P8600 With An SSD

May 9, 2009

In looking to pick up a laptop and have it in my hands by late next week, I found that I had to go with the 2.26 GHz processor from the P-series. I was hoping for 2.4 GHz or better.

The reason I was willing to do so was that the notebook is coming equipped with an OCZ Vertex SSD at 120 GB.

My take is that the hard drive is still the bottleneck, so a mere 140 MHz difference in the presence of an SSD isn't going to be felt, and that a 2.4 GHz processor + SSD isn't going to really be snappier compared to a 2.26 GHz one with an SSD for most things.

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HP/Compaq :: NewPavilion Dv3 [Intel Core 2 Duo T6400 & P8600]

Apr 20, 2009

check here

Specifications HP Pavilion DV3 2020el

Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo P8600, 2.4 GHz, 3MB L2 cache, 1066 MHz FSB
Memory: 4096 MB DDR2
Display: 13.3 inch WXGA HD (1366 x 768) HP LED BrightView Widescreen Display
Video Card: NVIDIA GeForce G 103M, 512MB dedicated
Hard Disk: 320 GB SATA 5400 rpm

Specifications HP Pavilion DV3 2010el

Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo T6400, 2:00 GHz, 2MB L2 cache, 800 MHz FSB
Memory: 4096 MB DDR2
Display: 13.3 inch WXGA HD (1366 x 768) HP LED BrightView Widescreen Display
Video Card: NVIDIA GeForce G 105M, 512MB dedicated
Hard Disk: 250 GB SATA 5400 rpm

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Dell :: Studio 1569 ( Studio S15z-2249CPN) Best Buy Blue Label CNET Review

Mar 28, 2010

What I found quite interesting in the cnet review is that their performance testing of the Dell 1569 was second place just behind the Toshiba E205-S1904 (the other Best Buy Blue Label). I do not understand why, the specs are basically the exact same specs, EXCEPT our Dell has a 500gb 7,200rpm hard drive while the Toshiba has a 500gb 5,400 rpm hard drive. I would think, if anything our performance would be slightly better than the Toshiba because of our 7,200rpm hard drive. All the other specs are the same.

So, with that being said, why did the Toshiba have slightly better performance numbers than ours, since as I keep stating all the specs are the same except we have a faster hard drive?

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Dell :: Studio XPS 1645 / Studio 1747 Wireless Configs

Dec 3, 2009

Does anyone have any idea why? Is this something affecting Dell globally or is it just UK/Europe in a mess?

I guess I could survive with just wireless G, but it seems ridiculous to be limited to that these days;

I guess I could also just order it and pick up an intel/dell Wireless N card for ~£25 and install it myself,

but again the question arises, why is it necessary? I assume some of you do have an 802.11n card of some description in your 1645/1747's have you seen any problems with it? .....

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Dell :: Audio Latency /Solutions With All Studio & Studio XPS

Feb 24, 2009

Recently i ordered a Dell Studio XPS and like many of you with dell's,my main use was to be for audio production,dj'ing or any sort of thing pertaining to music.After ordering and then reading up online,ALOT of people are having problems getting the latency and/or pops skips & jumps out of their sound source.

Some say the problems lie within the Lan card,some say video card.And most importantly,Dell does not have an answer to the problem because they are not trained to understand audio type situations(Unfortunately).So...Here is where we are going to solve this thing(or try really hard because besides that...these are prett good laptops otherwise) Once i get mine in the next 3 days,im going to tell you what i did because i WILL fix it or at least try hard and fail.

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Dell :: Studio And Studio XPS Laptops, Who Are They For And What Are The Primary Differences?

Apr 23, 2009

I'm interested in purchasing one of these two. Probably 15'' for the Studio or the 16'' for the Studio XPS.

I'm just a bit confused as to what the target users are, they seem very similar. From what I can see, the Studio XPS just has a better exterior and a superior display.

I intend to use the laptop for document editing, media (HDMI out to hdtv, most likely) and casual gaming. Price range is about 1300 CAD.

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Dell :: Studio 1535 Vs Studio 1555, Which Is The Most Beautiful?

Oct 14, 2009

which of the two models seems most beautiful Studio? Think and say why.
Greetings,

Dell Studio 1535


Dell Studio 1555

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Dell :: Studio 1555 -vs- Studio 15 Spcial Edition

May 21, 2009

I've been reading the threads for a while and wanted to get some more opinions on the 1555 vs SSE. I know the SSE is basically the 1537 with the edge to edge monitor.

I placed my order for the SSE last week with an estimated delivery date of 6/15
I could cancel my order and go with the 1555 with an estimated ship date of 6/01. what do you think. I have ~$1000 to play with ......

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Dell :: Should I Return My Studio 1745 (C2D T9600) For The Studio 17 With I7 CPU?

Dec 25, 2009

Right around black friday I ordered a Dell studio with the following specs listed below. It was $1778 with $649 off making an OTD price of $1212 shipped.

I see the I7 is out & I dont believe that was an option for the laptop either. There was also the 20% bing cashback deal which removes another 220 from the price (I dont quite get the math myself but hey).

I am looking at a Studio I7 with the same price but a 3rd year warranty vs my 2nd .....

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Dell :: Studio XPS 1645 Or Studio 1747 ???

Nov 6, 2009

I'm university student and ntb is meant to be carried almost daily (16" is ok for me), it's mainly for multimedia oriented jobs, some programming in C and Mathematica, some photoshop or even premiere (occasionaly), A LOT of movie watching. I also want it to be futureproof and well-built.

Dell XPS 1645 meets most of my criteria, but there are few things I'm unsure about...
1) after reading a couple of reviews and many posts on this forum I'm really doubtful if RGB-LED is worth the extra money. I'm not doing colour sensitive job (however I do sometimes edit RAW images in PS), but i want things on the display to look natural, especially in FullHD movies... (and I'm occasional gamer too)

Those who had honor to work with RGB-LED: would you pay for it in my position???

And just to make sure I haven't overlooked something: biggest DISadvantages of RGB-LED are supposed to be: inaccurate colors, bigger power consumption and some heat produced;
while advantages should be: 0,4" gain in size, wider gamut and (maybe) better brightness...

Do you know any more to be added?

2) I'm also considering usual Studio 17 with Core i7 720QM (almost the same config), because it should be cooler, it has numpad and place for additional hdd (I'd buy 80GB intel ssd 34nm for system while keeping stock 500GB for data, I think it's beatiful idea), but what I DISlike about studio 17 is: dimensions, weight, speakers and design (and maybe a bit worse overal built quality).

So which one do you think is better for me?

3) how does combined e-sata/usb work? Since I have a external e-sata drive I have to plug 2 cables at the moment: USB for power and e-sata... With this 2-in-1 port do I need only 1 special cable? Or is it meant to be either/or thing??? From the placement of combined e-sata/usb on the opposite side of ntb than other USBs I'd say that 1 cable should be enough,

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Dell :: Studio XPS 1640 Vs Studio 1555

Oct 4, 2009

I'm getting a new laptop soon,which one should I get ?? Does the DDR2 ram make any differences to DDR3?

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Dell :: Studio Xps13 Compared To Studio Xps 16

Feb 15, 2009

Which one is better? I know the sxps 16 is better in terms of video & larger/better screen (e.g., performance & rgb led).

But, the sxps 13 is cheaper and better in weight (much lighter than the 16) and could be still perfect for anyone doing school works and even video editing and games .....

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