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How much more money is the e6400 really worth compared to the e6300....

how much more would YOU pay.
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What do you mean how much I would pay?

The E6400 is like $30-$50 more then the E6300. You can overclock them both past 3GHz pretty easily. The E6400 has an extra multiplier for you to OC with if your RAM isn't that great.
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Thats ALL?
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Thats ALL?
Thats basically how it is for every processor....the next step up usually has an extra multiplier.
    
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Owell..i guess a e6300 will do if im just aiming for 3.0GHz wih ddr2 800
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I'd imagine you could hit 3ghz with that ram oc'd a little bit.
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get any ddr800 with D9 Microns. aka G.Skill HZ's , Firesticks, Ballistics.

i had to return my OCZ because they sucked and i was to blow them up.
i went with G.SKill HZ's
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