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And I've never said otherwise. My point is that from the thread's start, people ran in and started comparing the 4300 to the E2140/2160. and when I give my thoughts on the exact same issue, suddenly *I"M* posting off topic? Double standards always rub me the wrong way.

My point is, people keep making baseless quick statements without facts about every single topic and I'm getting fed up with it.

"AMD is dying", "4300 can hit 3 ghz easily", "Vista sucks!", "Rosewill PSU's are crap".

It seems like every section of the forum I go to, another person is passing off hear-say as fact or jumping to irrational conclusions.

E4300- great processor
E2140/2160 - also a great processor
But don't run in and claim one thing or another about them beyond their stock performance unless you know for a fact what it's capable of.

That's all I'm saying.
Just brwose trhough those threads, you don't have to begin an argument. When you want to prove somebody wrong do it the friendly way and not the way that can be seen as "Agressive".
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I need to see how the E6x50 line fares up since it might be my choice in about a month.
i think that their gonna be a piece sh** sry but its true because intel only raised the fsb so that they can say it improves performance(only very minimall 3 % or less) and this higher fsb means new mobo, and lower multi which means lower overclock and more expensive ram to achieve higher over clock. i think its intels way of stoppin overclocking slowly.
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333 x 9 = 3ghz.
Same Multi as your E6600
Actually if your 3ghz then about the same fsb too..
They all seem to be the same procs just with 1333 fsb
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