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Just wanted to compare them to make sure I am making a good choice to get a Intel C2D 4300. Please help me on that ^^
    
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Here is a comparison between the X2 4400+ and an E6300. Since the E4300 runs at a lower FSB, but nearly the same clock speed as the E6300, I expect the E4300 to come in a little lower
http://xtreview.com/addcomment-id-10...benchmark.html

Take these numbers into consideration also, and you probably get the picture:
http://xtreview.com/addcomment-id-10...ce-review.html

You can see that the X2 4400+ and the E6300 are head-to-head with no clear winner. The E4300 is a bit behind this pair as the second link proves (which compares the E6300 and E4300).

HOWEVER, when you take overclocking into consideration, the E4300 is the runaway winner. The X2 4400+ doesn't overclock a whole lot past 3.0GHz on air. Same goes for the E4300, but 3.0GHz on the E4300 will beat 3.0GHz on the X2 4400+ quite easily.
    
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