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post #11 of 20
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e6750 is @ 2.66 stock, e6850 is at 3.0 stock :0
How's their caches?
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I like the lower Bus Speed of the Q6600's more headroom to go up with it.
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post #13 of 20
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I'm aware the 6600's can get crazy OC speeds, but I don't think I will be pushing them too hard since I'm really not to familiar with OC'ing a CPU and really don't feeling like busting the chip or anything . But I was really considering the Q6600, since I will still try to OC it a minimal to moderate amount, and it seems more future proof as I hear some games will start to utilize Quad Cores in the future.

The reason I was considering the E6750 was the price ($182 I believe), and if I won't be overclocking, it runs faster then the E6600 which is $50 more expensive unless the prices drop on the E6600 in July. And the E6600, well, a Q6600 seems like overkill for me, but if they are around the same price, why not go for the Quad.

By the way, does anyone know if the E6600 is supposed to have a price drop as well in July?
post #14 of 20
Get the Q6600.

Q6600 pricing is supposed to drop to $266 in July.
    
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Yeah that's about how much I paid for my E6300 lol Ahhh good times.
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post #16 of 20
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I'm aware the 6600's can get crazy OC speeds, but I don't think I will be pushing them too hard since I'm really not to familiar with OC'ing a CPU and really don't feeling like busting the chip or anything . But I was really considering the Q6600, since I will still try to OC it a minimal to moderate amount, and it seems more future proof as I hear some games will start to utilize Quad Cores in the future.

The reason I was considering the E6750 was the price ($182 I believe), and if I won't be overclocking, it runs faster then the E6600 which is $50 more expensive unless the prices drop on the E6600 in July. And the E6600, well, a Q6600 seems like overkill for me, but if they are around the same price, why not go for the Quad.

By the way, does anyone know if the E6600 is supposed to have a price drop as well in July?
The 6750 is also a good choice, believe me. I have one myself, an it runs very nice on 3,6Ghz. With Thermaltake Big Typhoon air cooling.
However, I also wuld like to buy the Q6600. this must be better. the lower FSB allows you to buy cheaper memory. My Geil DDR2 800 memories are not allowing higher FSB setting. Now, they are running on 900.
So, if you are thinking on OC, you should think about the memories also.
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post #17 of 20
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Get the Q6600.

Q6600 pricing is supposed to drop to $266 in July.
That doesn't seem like much of a drop, I paid $272 shipped for mine guaranteed G0 2 months ago
    
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post #18 of 20
You really should try OCing. C2D's run really cool. My E6600, before I sent my GTS to eVGA, was OCed to 3.6 and was running at 29C.
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post #19 of 20
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You really should try OCing. C2D's run really cool. My E6600, before I sent my GTS to eVGA, was OCed to 3.6 and was running at 29C.
He'll be over clocking when he gets it

Nobody can use this site when they have a CPU that is great for OCing and not get curious eventually!!
    
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lol bumping a half year old thread almost i thk the guy probly has made his choice by now.
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