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Should I upgrade from my E3300 to an E7500?

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Hey folks, I have recently had the opportunity to upgrade my computers CPU. I have a budget of about £100 and have been looking at the E7500 as the prime contender for the position. I have only had my E3300 for about six months now, but as I use my computer mainly for encryption/decryption and gaming, I feel that it is time to upgrade from the cheapy celeron. Is the E7500 a viable upgrade? Do you have one yourself? Please feel free to share your thoughts on the processor.
 
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post #3 of 15
no,save the money for a new build or get a nice 775 quad core
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"Upgrading" from a dual core to a dual core? Nope.
    
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yeah, you should deff save for either a 775 quad, or a new mobo/proc.
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Thanks for the input guys. What about a Q8400?
 
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Thanks for the input guys. What about a Q8400?
that sounds pretty good to me!
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Thanks for the input guys. What about a Q8400?

http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/87?vs=89



q8400 is 'better'.
post #9 of 15
quad core core 2 duo's are still expensive..I have a e7400 I'd like to swap out for a quad core, but $200 for a 4 year old CPU is just too much for me.

i'd want to go w/ a q9550 over the q8400, but whichever you can get a better price on, to me they are both too expensive.
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The Q9550 is far to expensive for me, but if I can find a Q8400 for around £100 ish, that would be great. BTW, thanks The Master Chief for the link; I found it very useful. You just got a repp.
 
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