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Did someone already post a good Presler VS Conroe performance review? I would like to know how my 950D stacks up against various Conroe models.
If not, is there a good web site to get a decent comparison...both "over" and "stock" clocked CPU's?

Thanks!
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I saw a table posted here somewhere, comparing clock speeds .... let me try to dig it up.
    
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I'd guess that at 4.1Ghz, it'd be close to a stock E6400...
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Originally Posted by Namrac
I'd guess that at 4.1Ghz, it'd be close to a stock E6400...
My sig has my gaming rig in it. I'm looking at my folding rig. It's a 950D at 4.25Ghz currently.
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Originally Posted by Niko-Time
So, my OC'd 4.25Ghz Presler series is comperable to a 2.125ghz Conroe. So, if I get a 2.4ghz Conroe and OC it to 3GHZ (maybe possible), I could potentially see a near 30% increase in speed?
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Taht's a very rough and straight comparison. There are more differences than just the instructions per cycle (which is not even confirmed to be 12 btw - http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/...uo+X2+compare). There also are differences between the pipeline architecture, the cache, etc.

Still looking for that table.
    
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Cripes, all I know is I OC'd my 930 to over 4 Ghz (briefly), and ran the Super PI 1 million place calculation, and the best I could do was 32 seconds. There's guys running the E6600 at 15 or so seconds... The math is not in our favor...
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Chozart
Taht's a very rough and straight comparison. There are more differences than just the instructions per cycle (which is not even confirmed to be 12 btw - http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/...uo+X2+compare). There also are differences between the pipeline architecture, the cache, etc.

Still looking for that table.
My guess is that it does 9 ops or 10, and the SSE4 optimizations along with other architectural changes is where it gets alot of its power.
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it dose 12 opps
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