On the AMD side, only the FX-62 sports 1MB of L2 cache per core. But yes I would definitely rather practice "Ocing" on my P4 cpu, than (*[email protected]^#_) messing up with a new E6420($200), or even a E4300($122). Because its locked on the chip perminatly. I don't want to wait til mid August to get a working computer, and then pay $350 for it just cause I found one, and yeah, I'm pretty broke right now.
Remember... I should say that I dont think its worth the extra money ($200w/tax for the E6420 vs. $347w/tax for the E6700 from Newegg)for only 10-20% difference in time speed performance, (at Trust Apr 25, 2007 at 12:26 PM #15 Durzel Soldato Joined: Oct 10, 2003 Posts: 5,431 Location: Wiltshire camel99 said: I am looking to use the Corsair Dominator TWIN2X2048-6400C4D 2x1gb or Please correct me if I'm wrong.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produ...2E16819115015,N82E16819115014,N82E16819115003 I have substituted the E6300 and E6400 for the E6320 and E6420, because. . 1) they are actually cheaper, and. . 2) from what I have read, they have 4MB's I have read that certain cpu's have "unlocked" multipliers? I dont know if that is still true or if there is someway to get around that? Please start a New Thread if you're having a similar issue.View our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site.
mostly 965, but still. Once pent-up demand for "AMD" Dells subsides, the scarcity of retail 5000+ CPUs will likely ease. If that and a compatable Mobo are all that is necessary for "ocing", then please let me know if I am missing anything. The price of the E4300 is only $115 vs $224 for the E6600 and as long as it(E4300) is sufficient for my Blu-ray burner and there is nothing that could justify
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Why not do your own bidding instead of lapping it off Intel’s hands. What is a safe 24/7 vcore for a 65nm part anyway (under decent water)? kais07-04-2006, 10:25 AM10x400= 4.0ghz/9x445=4.005, i dont see the difference in the multiplier and fsb theyre both at 4ghz, but like a poster before me said, its all about the mobo. Can anyone give me some advice on what the speed/performance difference between the above cpu's are like?
Stay logged in Overclockers UK Forums Forums > Hardware > CPUs > Free Shipping for Loyal Forum Members - CLICK HERE Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members Members Advertisement pc_doctor Thread Starter Joined: Jan 22, 2005 Messages: 484 Hi , Im trying to decide between the Intel Core 2 Duos E6600 and the E6700. What cpu will they be as fast as, if assuming, I am able to "oc" safely? I have one last question. . .
Last edited: Jun 6, 2007 remember, Jun 6, 2007 #17 hermeslyre VIP Member Messages: 4,964 I would opt for the e4300. Reproduction in whole or in part in any form or medium without express written permission of Ziff Davis, LLC. You should be shooting for more like 4.5 with phase. To hereslyre: You say "It also means that even the lowly e4300 can overclock as high as an e6700..
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Can you expand on that? (The main reason why I am being so difficult to decide, is because I get butterflies when I think about trying to overclock one of these The difference in price is a matter £150, but will i regret it in the near future? DirkVDV01Member Since: May 8, 2004Posts: 20155DirkVDV01FollowForum Posts: 20155Followed by: 0Reviews: 0 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#4 Posted by DirkVDV01 (20155 posts) - 9 years, 11 months ago The only difference between these Trying to decide between E6600 and the E6700 Discussion in 'Hardware' started by pc_doctor, Aug 31, 2006.
I really dislike dell. Evaluate this scenario: Go to bank and get £50 worth of £1 coins. Including interest charges @ 10%/month from now until you’d found that limp E6600. Join our site today to ask your question.
If the multiplier were locked, you would have to OC the FSB. 291 * 11 = 3201mhz (but your OCing the RAM, you would need DDR2-583+ ) emdJul 10, 2006, 12:05 All the other specifications are the same. Trust Apr 24, 2007 at 1:56 PM #5 camel99 Associate Joined: Apr 2, 2007 Posts: 25 I am looking to use the Corsair Dominator TWIN2X2048-6400C4D 2x1gb or Crucial Ballistix 2GB (2x1GB) This small increase will be barely noticable, so safe the extra cash and invest it in something else.
E6600 all the way. I will be happy with the performance and more importantly, the wife will be. Yes, but its possible that some motherboards manufactured by dell might not be able to do overclocking because of their BIOS... the C2D To ETSA: I have rough idea that the P4, 2.8Ghz(stock) is about 4 times slower than the E6700, from the cpu chart comparison at tomshardware website. . .
Should I get the Asus if I decide to do this, or will better be out in the next month? SturmoV07-03-2006, 07:42 PMI've pre-ordered E6600 to hold me over until the arrival of Kentsfield and its quad-core goodness. :D jkresh07-03-2006, 08:15 PMjust preoderd the 6600 as ultimately I feel the price Can I "oc" it? Thread Status: Not open for further replies.
I "only" get 4.3Ghz on modded single-stage phase cooling. What are the rules of "Ocing"? AnonymousJul 10, 2006, 12:04 PM The multiplier is the actual number, the 100 your refer about is the CPU Bus speed.Here's an explanation to explain the CPU unlocked of the X6800 Now, with 50 of these meaningless metallic bits, start throwing one coin at a time every 10 metres or so onto the road next to you.
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