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post #11 of 27
Ok, so as I see it
3800+
4,000,000,000 (cycles per second) x 9 (ops. per cycle) = 36,000,000,000 (ops. per second)
L2 Cache-1MB
2000 Mhz. HT

P-D 930
6,000,000,000 (cycles per second) x 6 (ops. per cycle) = 36,000,000,000 (ops. per second)
L2 Cache-4MB
800 MHz. Bus Speed

Anyway, the x2 3800+ will probably run cooler than the Pentium D, but I think that the extra cache on the P-D might be beneficial, but I am not sure.
    
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AMD does not need cache to much because of the memory design. with good memory the latency is like 50ns
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Is AMD's good memory latency due to the fact that the memory controller is on the CPU rather than on the northbridge?
    
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the 930 will over clock to around 4.5 ghz on air and that would proly be better than a 3800
Probably not on air. It will probably OC that high, but you will need to put it under water for that.
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Is AMD's good memory latency due to the fact that the memory controller is on the CPU rather than on the northbridge?
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k my D930 doesn't oc more then 3.5ghz i have bad ram and psu

i'm gettin the 3800 x2- ECS KN3 SLI2 Extreme-500w psu with dual 18a 12v
xfx7600gtxxx rma'd and some crapy case for $200 so i'm goin 2 keep some stuff and sell the others so i the 3800 x 2 better r u guys absolutely possotive
post #17 of 27
Said it one time, I'll say it again. PD is two P4's on one PCB. The Athlons, X2 or not, whip P4's. Go with the 3800+ X2.
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I can run my X2 3800 @ 2.85 on air

that is way better than any speed your going to get on a P D
    
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also if they rma a card and they bring it back is it brand new????
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also is that board any good -----ECS KN3 SLI2 Extreme
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