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post #11 of 14
Yep. 4400+ , you should get that over 2.6GHz no problem! And the extra 512KB cache just basicly makes it 200MHz faster so they're almost the same thing lol, the 4400 would OC higher then it will definitly be better
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Processor I'm using costs 198 from zipzoom and tigerdirect now. Up until recently its been selling for closer to 400 (I paid 370 and even tho the price dropped drastically recently b/c of core2duo I still feel like I got a good deal) b/c AMD stopped making these larger 1mb L2 cache chips cept for the fx62. If your gonna OC I can recommend this processor whole heartedly. Can save yourself over 600$ from the FX62 w/ same performance with these OC results.

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post #13 of 14
Don't forget these guys on the AM2 sides... also 2x1MB cache
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...n=&srchInDesc=

But since the original poster has socket 939, the X2 4400+ is the way to go (the opty's are more expensive)
    
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post #14 of 14
4600+ 2.4GHz 512KB
with the right skillz...it'll flex higher quicker.
The thing with L2 512 Caches is the availabilty to bypass simple appz.
Some programs want to use your physical memory and some want your virtual memory...tough decision with all the changes in the PC world...
Depends on what you want to do...
The correct amount of RAM and a 512 cache = Smooth
Inadequate RAM and 512 = unstable,slow,lagging
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