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post #11 of 94
I have a E6550 coming in the mail now, and I'm ordering a Gigabyte P35 DS3R in a few days. When I get it overclocked and configured I'll post my stats.
    
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E6850 being delivered tomorrow, will check in once i have it fired up.
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I really don't know much about these but I'm planning on ditching my e6300 by next year...can anyone point me in the right direction?

So these aren't the new 45nm process chips? Should i wait for those?
    
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These are not 45nm They should be out soon.

I need to know if a DFI Infinity Dark will run these E6x50 series :-\\
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post #15 of 94
I have just ordered the E6850, will put it on an Asus P5WDG2 WS Pro, with Thermalright 120mm Ultra Extreme...

Was going to get the Q6600 (G-0), however, I was not convinced that this new revision would deal satisfactorily with the heat they produce, so will probably wait until Penryn (45nm) Quads are released.
post #16 of 94
E6850 on its way. I admit I had reservations about the increase in performance from 1066 to 1333 FSB, but no way to know until I actually test it myself.

$300 for a bit of fun with a new shiny cpu isn't too bad. Can't wait to see it sing with the Ultras!
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post #17 of 94
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Originally Posted by nitteo View Post
E6850 on its way. I admit I had reservations about the increase in performance from 1066 to 1333 FSB, but no way to know until I actually test it myself.

$300 for a bit of fun with a new shiny cpu isn't too bad. Can't wait to see it sing with the Ultras!
Lol why don't you try it yourself before buying? I mean, by upping the FSB to 300Mhz on your E6600 the total FSB will be at 1333 anyway, plus you still get the 3Ghz.
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post #18 of 94
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Lol why don't you try it yourself before buying? I mean, by upping the FSB to 300Mhz on your E6600 the total FSB will be at 1333 anyway, plus you still get the 3Ghz.
It seems the thermal characteristics have improved (cooler) by upping the "listed" FSB.
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post #19 of 94
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I need to know if a DFI Infinity Dark will run these E6x50 series :-\\
It doesn't have 1333mhz FSB support (officially), but here's a quote from Gigabyte (regarding the DS3, but can't see it being much different):

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The FSB 1333 CPU can use on this motherboard, if you change the CPU clock ratio to over clock and run FSB 1333, but we cannot guarantee over clock.
So, by the looks of things, ALL 1066mhz supporting boards which can overclock a CPU to 1333mhz FSB effective can support these, but with some models there are obviously some boards which can't cope with this speed so they are not being given official certification...

I'm tempted to buy a E6550 just to test out my own theory
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post #20 of 94
C2D E6750, should get it tomorrow. Wanted a quad, car wanted a new part too, so lost my quad.

I am up in the air on this E6750, seen sites and threads praising them. Seen others saying they stink at overclocking.

Any comments?
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