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Umm... It would be Like A C2D at like 3.6.... Or like a 8000+ (Even though amd is wrong. a 6000+ Isnt quite as fast as a 6ghz P4/PD(People did it on phase)
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A C2D would be a lot faster at 3.5GHz than a P4 @ 8GHz.The P4 has 4 op cycles and the C2D has 12.The PD has 6 op cycles and the AMD x2 has 9 op cycles per clock that is what stoped the hole ''clock wars'' thing.So when the new AMD quads come out the should have more OP cycles per clock becuase all the did was upgrade the Athlon CPUs much like Intel did with the PD,thats all the all a C2D is,a PD with some upgrades and more OP per clock.
    
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Umm... It would be Like A C2D at like 3.6.... Or like a 8000+ (Even though amd is wrong. a 6000+ Isnt quite as fast as a 6ghz P4/PD(People did it on phase)
That depends on what os you are runing 64 bit helps AMD CPUs out a lot and realy slows down Intel CPUs.Just the othere day i beat a e6600 in the sandra benchmarks by 2% when i was runing vista 64 (not to good for gameing ruing 32bit now)So you have to take that in to acount.
    
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That depends on what os you are runing 64 bit helps AMD CPUs out a lot and realy slows down Intel CPUs.Just the othere day i beat a e6600 in the sandra benchmarks by 2% when i was runing vista 64 (not to good for gameing ruing 32bit now)So you have to take that in to acount.
AMD has true 64 bit, Intel has an emulator type 64bit.
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post #65 of 65
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Dang lol p4 power 8ghz thats probly a 4ghz c2d lol.
Actually about 2GHz C2D.
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