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Hi all, I was wondering what the difference between these two processers are. I see one is 65 Watts and the other doesnt say anything.... but will the 65 watt peform any bette? or whats the difference? Links:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16819103735
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16819103733
    
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The other is 89W's. The 65W uses less power, so go for it. Save ya a little bit on the power bill, plus it will likely overclock better.
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I don't plan on overclocking anytime soon. but the speeds of both of them are the same?
    
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I don't plan on overclocking anytime soon. but the speeds of both of them are the same?
Yes, they are both clocked at 2.0 Ghz.
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ok... if im spending this much on a processor is that what you people would recomend or is their a different kind
    
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uses less power, and puts out less heat,
less heat is better for overclocking
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ok... if im spending this much on a processor is that what you people would recomend or is their a different kind
Well, do you already have a motherboard? Cause Core 2 duos are much faster, and not that much more..
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Or you could get the new 35W processors...

http://www.tankguys.biz/athlon64-380...835ae04505a475

Yes that is way too expensive... (nothing against Tankguys, the processor itself is too expensive)
    
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Or you could get the new 35W processors...

http://www.tankguys.biz/athlon64-380...835ae04505a475

Yes that is way too expensive... (nothing against Tankguys, the processor itself is too expensive)
Only $400! It's a steal!

Grab that 65 watter, or a 165 opty if you can overclock it about 500mhz.
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