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5200 X2

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check this out newegg

look at the voltages. same core and different volts? wassup with that? with the lower voltage one, you would think they would just clock it up and sell it for more money......
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The lower vcore means it is an energy eficient model. I don't think they O.C. as well as the regular ones. Not sure why, but I had a 4600 EE and non-EE and the EE O.C.'d like crap.
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