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Core2duo 3.0 and Core2Quad 2.4


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hmmm mga bro.. asa ang mas kusog ani? 1066mhz ra man ang fsb sa quad.. while 1333 ang sa duo. ? and mas mahal lagi ...

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    hmmm mga bro.. asa ang mas kusog ani? 1066mhz ra man ang fsb sa quad.. while 1333 ang sa duo. ? and mas mahal lagi ang duo 3.0ghz kaysa quad 2.4 ?? which is betteR?

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    Default Re: Core2duo 3.0 and Core2Quad 2.4

    better get the lower price CPU kay dili man nimo ma-FEEL ang perfornance. hehhehehe...

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    the two extra cores in the quad will come in handy in the future... hehehe!

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    Thats the E6850 i presume, you pay a hefty price for having a higher CPU multiplier 333 * 9 = 3.0Ghz, performance wise the E6850 IS faster on SINGLE threaded applications as compared to the Q6600, But when multi-threading is factored in the Q6600 wins by a long mile ( provided the software is 100% multicore efficient

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    depends on the purpose... but if its only for Word, Excel or any other office applications, Core2Duo will suffice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by digitalsuperman
    depends on the purpose... but if its only for Word, Excel or any other office applications, Core2Duo will suffice.
    Did you actually read the OP entire post ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Fredrich
    hmmm mga bro.. asa ang mas kusog ani? 1066mhz ra man ang fsb sa quad.. while 1333 ang sa duo. ? and mas mahal lagi ang duo 3.0ghz kaysa quad 2.4 ?? which is betteR?

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    i am building my new pc currently. Whats lack is my memory and cpu. I am thinking of getting q6600 but since my purpose is 4 gaming, i am getting E6850 which is dominant in most games. I havent order yet the cpu coz E8500(1333fsb, 6mb cache, 45nm wolfdale, 3.1ghz @ $270) is coming out this january in states.

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    Quote Originally Posted by icecube
    i am building my new pc currently. Whats lack is my memory and cpu. I am thinking of getting q6600 but since my purpose is 4 gaming, i am getting E6850 which is dominant in most games. I havent order yet the cpu coz E8500(1333fsb, 6mb cache, 45nm wolfdale, 3.1ghz @ $270) is coming out this january in states.

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    ViewSonic vx2240w, 22", 2ms
    G.Skill ddr3 1333Mhz (im waiting to arrive after holiday thru UPS)
    E8500 core2duo (waiting to come out this jan., otherwise, i will get E6850 this 3rd week of january. Till my next salary, LOL.)
    electric bill... omg. btw nice rig.

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    i'd take the quad anytime...

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    i am getting E6850 which is dominant in most games.



    If your not the type of person that upgrades your processor often, go grab the Q6600, especially the G0 stepping. it can clock to 3.6Ghz on aircooling. 3.4Ghz on stock cooling.

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