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This small increase will be barely noticable, so safe the extra cash and invest it in something else.DirkVDV01 .26 mhz, lolol i think you mean ghz. .26 mhz is calculator speeds.Anyways If you were to overclock an e4300 to e6600 speeds it would garner similar performance, correct, It also means that even the lowly e4300 can overclock as high as an e6700.. I can't tell if you dug this up on purpose as a joke, like many have before. Similar Threads - Trying decide between Trying to find a new GPU richiethomas1234, Feb 20, 2017, in forum: Hardware Replies: 1 Views: 58 flavallee Feb 21, 2017 Trying to connect a

Also, OCing capability depends on How well your CPU cooler and Motherobard can handle, if you have the right cooler and right Motherboard, you can OC to higher GHz than ocing Loading... Price is good and ealry perfomance is superb. Last edited: Jun 6, 2007 remember, Jun 6, 2007 #17 hermeslyre VIP Member Messages: 4,964 I would opt for the e4300.

The disadvantages of the E4300/E4400 are the lower FSB and lower cache, so I wouldnt recommend anything lower then the E6320. If I decide to get the E6420, which I probably will, or maybe even the E6320, how fast will they be able to be Oc'd to? As far as the cache that both you and Omega are talking about. . .just to make sure, are you talking about the 2 and 4MB L2 cache?

I know there is only a little more than $20 difference between the E6420 and the E6320, but because I am "considering" trying to oc my cpu(someday) I would rather try Search all issuesPreview this magazine » Browse all issues19902000 Jan 2000Feb 2000Mar 2000Apr 2000May 2000Jun 2000Jul 2000Aug 2000Sep 2000Autumn 2000Oct 2000Nov 2000Dec 2000Jan 2001Feb 2001Mar 2001Apr 2001May 2001Jun 2001Jul 2001Aug 2001Sep intel pentium dual core e6700 3.2ghz vs core 2 duo e7300 2.66ghz solved Intel Pentium Dual Core E6600 3.00Ghz vs Intel Core 2 Duo Intel G620 vs Intel Core 2 Duo I do plan on overclocking (see sig for water setup) and would like to get to 4ghz (though I realize there is no gaurantee).

The lock makes it so the cpu number cannot be changed at all. Thread Status: Not open for further replies. By that time your comp will be ancient. I will play the odd game....the most up to date, Programming, Web Designing, MSN, and Multi-tasking.

Pistol Slap, Feb 10, 2017, in forum: Hardware Replies: 6 Views: 199 lynx1021 Feb 13, 2017 Trying to connect an HDMI monitor wirelessly. e6700 CPU decision: e6600 vs e6700 vs q6600 Can't find your answer ? Advertisement Recent Posts Can't get wireless working jenae replied Mar 8, 2017 at 1:46 AM websites won't load security... To further complicate things the e4300 has a low multiplier which while it may of no consequence if your hardware (RAM) is up to snuff, It will make overclocking hell if

To Omega: What are you talking about? Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... C [TAG]Imp07-04-2006, 04:30 PMFor anyone on air, E6600 seems a much better choice, if you're going phase or water i'd go 6700 to maximize the overclock... or something, which means that you can "oc" more than others.

eric92park, Jun 3, 2007 #14 eric92park New Member Messages: 239 remember said: ↑ To Omega: Yeah it was a huge post, . . Are we looking at much difference in temp when overclocked? More resources See also Intel E6600 vs Intel E6750 intel core 2 duo E6550 vs E6600 Intel E6600 vs athlon fx-72 amd 4400 x2 vs. Why not do your own bidding instead of lapping it off Intel’s hands.

I guess I'm just wondering if the phaser will do ANYTHING... Last edited: Jun 2, 2007 remember, Jun 2, 2007 #4 ETSA New Member Messages: 2,575 I just bought an e4300 for my wife's new computer and plan to OC, I am I "only" get 4.3Ghz on modded single-stage phase cooling. Because from the way you're thinking, why not just get a Pentium 4 for $30?

couppi07-02-2006, 05:55 PMAny motherboards hitting 450 fsb that anyone knows of? Plus, again, I dont know what the speed/performance difference is between the E6420 and the E6320, let alone the E4300 or E4400 or what the after "oc" resulting difference between them If there wasn't other variables.

It's either that or the P5WDH Deluxe.

lunarlander replied Mar 8, 2017 at 12:59 AM News from the web #3 poochee replied Mar 8, 2017 at 12:31 AM Help with wireless Debamar829 replied Mar 8, 2017 at 12:15 The E6320 is a "stock" 1.86Ghz, but if I overclock it properly, will it be as fast as a E6600?(it has a stock 2.4Ghz) What about the E6420, and even the Please start a New Thread if you're having a similar issue.View our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. And problem with Geforce 560 Ti Intel Core 2 Duo E6700 vs.

Subscribing to a newsletter indicates your consent to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. You should be shooting for more like 4.5 with phase. When you can push a 6400 to 3.4 GHz (I know from expirence) why waste your money on the 6700?? camel99 said: I really would like to know if its worth overclocking the E6600 to E6700 speeds when I can buy the E6700?Click to expand...

a E6700 :D 10x MP is goooold.. Tech Support Guy is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. 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. Do you think I would see a major difference in final clockspeed between the 6600 and 6700 (something to justify the $200+ difference in price?) If the difference is likely to

They're likely to be exactly the same chip, but with a different maximum multiplier, I doubt there is any difference even in the silicon given that a E6600 will do 2.66Ghz E6700 Discussion in 'CPUs and Overclocking' started by remember, Jun 2, 2007. the other cpu's? The price is about $122w/tax for the E4300, and the E6420 is about $200w/tax; about 60% more in cost, but is it 60% faster? (That's why I dont think the E6700

mostly 965, but still. Overclocking relies on other hardware such as RAM, and your Motherboard. As far as the cache that both you and Omega are talking about. . .just to make sure, are you talking about the 2 and 4MB L2 cache? I think the mobo you choose is more important.

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 You mentioned the Exx20 series with the extra 2mb of L2 cache.. What cpu will they be as fast as, if assuming, I am able to "oc" safely?Click to expand...