neoseeker.com: Intel is now gunning for the dual core low end now, an area currently dominated by the AMD 3600 X2 and 4200 X2 processors. With the excellent microarchitecture of the Core 2 Duo, Intel is betting on the E2140 and E2160 still performing better than the low end AMD parts; basically betting that the microarchitecture will overcome the crippling effect of the 800MHz FSB that the E21xx series are targeted for.
legionhardware.com: This will be the third and last overclocking article that we are going to publish using the ASUS P5N-E SLI as the test subject. The P5N-E SLI itself has never been reviewed here at Legion Hardware, despite having owned this motherboard for almost six months now.
madshrimps.be: Last year Intel gave us the Core 2 Duo, a competitively priced CPU with very acceptable prices for the low and mid-range. This year Intel introduced newer models from low to high end, we take a look at the new low priced E2160 model which has less L2 cache but higher multiplier and compare it with the low end part from last year, the E6300.
/proc/cpuinfo output for one Intel Pentium Dual E2160 core.