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I have a pd805 capable of 4.5on in water and a 6300 but my board will not let my 6300 go over 2.1. to get a better benchmark which cpu should i run
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Somethings wrong if your e6300 wont go over 2.1...3ghz on stock volts here. You're either not a good OC'er lol, or your system is messed. At 4.5ghz its pretty close, bench them both and find out...
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I have a horrible feeling that it's the NF4 NorthBridge on your 570 motherboard that's holding you back here. 4.5Ghz may be possible on a Pentium D 805, as it's x21 mulplier means you only needed 214FSB. No nForce4 based board that I know of has ever been able to clock well on Intel systems.
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no i aready did get it to 4.3 and i know the nf4 is the reason but i got the board for 25bucks so am not complaining am buying a ds3 soon
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At the time I'll say the PD805 simply because of speed...but the cache on the C2D helps aswell...honestly, test them both and find out.
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