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Yeah, I know the 6x50 series are the O.C. gods right now but I can't afford a $200 chip and a mobo


What about the O.C. potential of the e4500? anyone know? $150 is about the max I can spend on a chip
post #12 of 16
I vote for the E4400, seems to fit the budget nicely. Or a chip similar to the E4400.
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I think that 2.2 = 3 is a small exageration. 2.4-2.5 maybe. Are the core 2's REALLY that much faster?
I used a CPU speed converter DL from on here. I didnt just pull it out of my head!!! Dont know how accurate it is though!
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I used a CPU speed converter DL from on here. I didnt just pull it out of my head!!! Dont know how accurate it is though!
ROFLAO I thought you just pulled it out of your head, sorry. I don't think those cpu speed converters are very accurate. just my 2cents:

I see that the e4500 can do 3+ on stock volts. Any opinions on this chip?
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A C2D @ 2.2ghz will be the same as your 3ghz brisbane. OC beyond that and your good to go. even the cheapest C2D will go above that 2.2 mark.
3ghz for the Brisbane is good..but keep in mind a stock e6300 was beating out a X2 4400 in game bench tests...and almost on par with the FX-52 in some application tests. (as reviewed by anandtech)

If you are going for raw speed then a e43-4400 would be a good choice, as the higher multi, will allow you to hit 4ghz at a lower FSB than most all of the other C2D cpu's.

the e2120 is still the cheapest there is for a C2D architecture cpu.
post #16 of 16
yeah get the e6300 i bought one for 100 dollars
    
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