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Freez07-03-2006, 10:05 PME6600 is fine. couppi07-02-2006, 05:55 PMAny motherboards hitting 450 fsb that anyone knows of? Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Loading...

lunarlander replied Mar 8, 2017 at 1:06 AM is this hardware or software... 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) The rest of the product line offers 512KB of L2 cache per core. E4400 vs.

Trust Apr 24, 2007 at 2:54 PM #7 Strider Associate Joined: Mar 8, 2007 Posts: 52 Couldn't agree more, you get more bangs for your buck with the E6600 =D Trust Apr 25, 2007 at 9:23 PM #16 Vicar Wise Guy Joined: Oct 18, 2002 Posts: 2,067 Location: Glasgow, East Kilbride Agree with majority, Although I had the cash to burn If I were you and debating which one to go for, I'd just bit the bullet and wait for more field reports. To Omega: What are you talking about?

Overclocking relies on other hardware such as RAM, and your Motherboard. A decent water cooler or possibly good air cooling for that. 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 for less than $500 you're SET for a great 24/7 rig running anout 3.75ghz.

corvetteguyFeb 19, 2007, 10:37 AM Quote: who cares about who DOES know how to overclock, if you are here, chances are you do or want to... First off the price difference is about $200 bucks or so. 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 Advertisement Recent Posts Can't get wireless working jenae replied Mar 8, 2017 at 1:46 AM websites won't load security...

basicly back in the day you could take that 600mhz cpu and make it a 800mhz and sell it as such. Thanks guys Trust Apr 24, 2007 at 7:36 PM #9 camel99 Associate Joined: Apr 2, 2007 Posts: 25 So If I decide not to overclock at all you still think badgerslutMember Since: February 22, 2007Posts: 70badgerslutFollowForum Posts: 70Followed by: 0Reviews: 0 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#1 Posted by badgerslut (70 posts) - 9 years, 11 months agoim going to go make a 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... 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 If your water cooling the E6700 may give you a higher clock espcially if your FSB limited on your mother board (say you cant get more than FSB350). 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.

making for a huge profit. At least the 805 will be boatloads of fun Log in or Sign up Overclockers UK Forums Forums > Hardware > CPUs > This site uses cookies. eric92park, Jun 3, 2007 #14 eric92park New Member Messages: 239 remember said: ↑ To Omega: Yeah it was a huge post, . . I think the humble e4300 (£75.19) overclocked would be faster than the e6700 (£207.96).

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 Click here to join today! Are kids fighting each other for their free pocket money? I doubt in day to day applications with the same amount/speed of memory that you would notice any significant differnces.

Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone.Go to Google Play Now »Maximum PCDec 2006168 pagesISSN 1522-4279Published by Future US, Inc.Maximum PC is the magazine that every computer fanatic, So people change the FSB which changes the multiplier making the CPU faster. Q6600 vs e6600 vs e6700 E6700 Vs.

change the number from 6 to 8 with the multiplier at 100 and make it a 800mhz cpu for the price of a 600mhz.

Yes, but its possible that some motherboards manufactured by dell might not be able to do overclocking because of their BIOS... To eric92park: Well, I guess I'll have to hold off trying to "oc" my Dell system and if you burned 3 out of 12 cpu's, that's just another reason why I The E6700 has a bit more ghz and as the previous poster pointed out, a higher mutiplier for overclocking. Once pent-up demand for "AMD" Dells subsides, the scarcity of retail 5000+ CPUs will likely ease.

The overclock you would apply to an e4300 to bring it up to e6600 speeds would be minimal.. Copyright 1996-2017 Ziff Davis, LLC.PCMag Digital Group All Rights Reserved. No, create an account now. But I dont recommend OCing now because Life time reduces atleast 3/4...

Last edited: Jun 2, 2007 remember, Jun 2, 2007 #9 remember New Member Messages: 182 I'm not comparing "Ocing" the P4 vs. Within the mainstream part of the line, you could say that the E6600 occupies the same pricing space as the Athlon 64 X2 5000+. Hope you can help. I had to take a few naps to write it.

Maybe that was only in reference to certain types of applications? You would !!! It is more than capable of keeping up with a blue-ray player. dpa07-03-2006, 10:10 AMI just sold my E6600 to get....

Why not do your own bidding instead of lapping it off Intel’s hands. 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 When you can push a 6400 to 3.4 GHz (I know from expirence) why waste your money on the 6700?? But today is definitely the day when I am going to decide.