What does Intel want to show the world for Core 2 Series FSB1333MHz at 3GHz?
The operational efficiency of the FSB (Front Side Bus) which connects the north bridge of CPU and the chip set is actually 25% better than the former Core 2 Extreme and the Core 2 Duo series 1066MHz. With the pulling up FSB, when CPU does memory and exchanging, it means to be able to pull up bandwidth. When the bandwidth which is sufficient for memory side is guaranteed, the improvement of FSB is connected to the efficiency improvement of the whole system. Below is the specification which shown to the top is Core 2 Extreme QX6850, touted as fastest processor under Intel’s flagship at 3GHz and the bottom Core 2 Duo E6750 at 2.66GHz.

This processor will require a compatible motherboard to load those new chip sets in order to support CPU of FSB1333MHz.It is necessary to exchange to the motherboard which loads the Intel 3 series chip set of Intel G33 and same P35 etc. Furthermore, motherboards based on NVIDIA, in regard to nForce 680i of the same company SLI and with possible such as BIOS update. Probably, nForce 680i can be a good news to users.