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Pentium E5700 Vs Pentium G630

- The Pentium E5700 belongs to the the earlier Wolfdale Series, while the Pentium G630 belongs to the newer Sandy Bridge group of processors.
- Even though the E5700 is clocked higher than the Pentium G630, the latter has better performance, owing to the better Sandy Bridge architecture and Hyperthreading.
- The Pentium G630 also comes with Integrated graphics unit ( HD Graphics 2000). The Pentium E5700 does not come with any integrated GPU.
- The Pentium E5700 does not comes with memory controller. It does not connect to the memory directly. Instead, it communicates to the north bridge, which, in turn communicates with memory. Pentium G630 has integrated memory controller and it communicates with memory directly. This reduces memory latency and improves performance.

Table : Pentium E5700 Vs Pentium G630 Feature Differences

Feature Pentium E5700 Pentium G630
Core Frequency 3.00 GHz 2.70 GHz
No. Of Cores 2 ( 2 Threads) 2 ( No Hyperthreading)
Cache Organization 2 MB 512 KB L2 + 3 MB L3 Cache
Turbo Frequency No Turbo No Turbo
TDP Rating 65 Watts 65 Watts
64 Bit Support Y Y
Lithography 45 nm 32 nm
Integrated Memory Controller No Memory Controller / 800 MHz FSB DDR3-1066
Integrated Graphics No Integrated Graphics HD Graphics 2000, 850 MHz base, 1.1 GHz Turbo

 

Table : Pentium E5700 Vs Pentium G630 Benchmarking Comparison

Benchmarks Pentium E5700 Pentium G630
PassMark CPU Mark Score
2037 2604
Super Pi 2M (Lower in better)
Not available Not available
3D Mark 06 CPU
Not available Not available
Windows 7 Experience Score
Not available 6.5

 

Some more details of Pentium E5700

Intel’s Pentium E5700 is a dual core desktop processor with moderate performance. Some of its architectural shortcomings leads to inferior performance as compared to the Core i3 processors. The newer Sandy Bridge Pentium and Celeron processors have better architecture, integrated memory controller and an integrated graphics at the same price point.

Some more details of Pentium G630

The Pentium G630 adds 100 MHz to the clock frequency of G620, marginally improving its performance. The G630 is a stripped down Sandy Bridge core i3 processor, that does not support Hyperthreading. It retains the HD graphics reducing the cost of an external graphics card.

Further Suggested Readings

The Pentium G630 belongs to Sandy Bridge. Check out the Sandy Bridge Architecture.

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