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So there is a new intel CPU G620 with sandy bridge architecture, how would that compare with my E6500 which OC to 3.66 run with FSB 1333? My E6500 is original run with 2.93Ghz and FSB 1066 kind.
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Those pentium sandy bridge cpus are sucky because they can't overclock.So g620 which runs at I think 2,66 is not going to be any faster then your cpu...it might be even slower.If you want to upgrade,you need to atleast buy i3 2100 or you would only be wasting money and possibly even buying slower system
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Originally Posted by digiadventures;13853228 
Those pentium sandy bridge cpus are sucky because they can't overclock.So g620 which runs at I think 2,66 is not going to be any faster then your cpu...it might be even slower.If you want to upgrade,you need to atleast buy i3 2100 or you would only be wasting money and possibly even buying slower system

Cannot overclock sandy bridge other than 2500K and 2600K really suck.

Anyone has this experience to share?
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Still a good 30%+ faster clock for clock so it will be faster...
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Originally Posted by doglivehk;13852760 
So there is a new intel CPU G620 with sandy bridge architecture, how would that compare with my E6500 which OC to 3.66 run with FSB 1333? My E6500 is original run with 2.93Ghz and FSB 1066 kind.


Is your curiosity merely academic ? There needs to be more CPU generations in between before you can consider it worthwhile to upgrade to the same performance segment. For now, if you want to upgrade, you should consider a Core i3 at least.

It's going to be hard to have two people with those systems you want to compare, especially here on OCN.

Having said that, you can compare the Core 2 Duo E8400 3Ghz with your overclocked CPU. It's not the best of comparisons, but the E8400 has three times more cache and that helps.

Here you can seee the difference between the E8400 and the Pentium G620.

Take it with a grain of salt, of course.

Cheers!
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Rocket Dog;15115583 
http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/61?vs=406

Wrong. The OP has a Pentium Dual Core E6500 with 2MB of L2 cache, stock speed 2.93 Ghz, overclocked to 3.66.

You are confusing the names of the CPUs.
 
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Originally Posted by tpi2007;15115611 
Wrong. The OP has a Pentium Dual Core E6500 with 2MB of L2 cache, stock speed 2.93 Ghz, overclocked to 3.66.

You are confusing the names of the CPUs.

Yes you are right.
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The G620 would be miles faster, even if the C2D would be overclocked to 4ghz+. Especially in games.
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Originally Posted by Devilmaypoop;15123433 
The G620 would be miles faster, even if the C2D would be overclocked to 4ghz+. Especially in games.

I really don't think so.
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Originally Posted by Devilmaypoop;15123433 
The G620 would be miles faster, even if the C2D would be overclocked to 4ghz+. Especially in games.

My 3..66 OC E6500 can run SuperPi faster than G620, I didn't compare before.
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