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post #11 of 18
Lots of people are having great luck with the E6420....including myself....
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If temps will be the same then I guess I'll go with the E6600(I don't have any experience to achieve a 3.6 OC on an E6420), hopefully I'll be able to get a 3.6 OC. You'll hear from me again once I receive all the pieces, help will be appreciated =).
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thats a hard call. for that neglible difference its tough. Cause they both Oc to around 3.5 to 3.6 ghz
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Honestly, for $35 more, you're going to get much better performance from the E6600, regardless.
Better performance? Based on what? They're the same freaking chip. How are you guaranteeing him higher performance just because of a higher multiplier?
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post #15 of 18
on the newest weeks L709A of the e6420, I'm at 3.4ghz w/ 1.41v verified - but running it at 1.36v right now to see if its stable.
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Better performance? Based on what? They're the same freaking chip. How are you guaranteeing him higher performance just because of a higher multiplier?
i'd get the 6600 due to the multiplier

I got the 6400 over the 6300 and I hit 3.6 and most 6300's hit 3.0 to 3.5 (that multi helps more than u think)
post #17 of 18
Really? Then why does my E6300 yield the same results as an E6600 with the same stepping?
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Really? Then why does my E6300 yield the same results as an E6600 with the same stepping?
there are always atypical STELLAR results (thats why weight loss infomercials always say "results not typical)
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