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post #11 of 30
but e4x00 chips are know to hit a wall so to speak
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post #12 of 30
that really depends, if you are going to oc the e4500 with its higher multy is going to achieve a higher oc easier. aka less volts. but if you only going a little or not at all the higher fsb of the e6300 would benefit you more
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In my opinion, the E4500 is better then the E6300. The E6300 is a Conroe core with half the cache disbled in order to salvage the chips. The Allendales came out with only 2Mb L2 cache, but they overclock just as well as the Conroe. I had an E4400 clock to 3.2GHz on stock vcore with only 320 FSB.

I have yet to see an allendale core run at 266 FSB with more then stock vcore. I've done BSEL mods on the Allendales running in Dell and HP machines with no other adjustments. I run Orthos 10+ hrs too.

So what I am recommending is to get the E4X00 over the E6300.
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post #14 of 30
What price are you getting both for incidentally?
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No, quite the contrary. The E4500/4400 have much more headroom for overclocking. because of the 200 FSB, they come with a much higher multiplier. So it takes only a 266 FSB to get an E4500 to 3.0GHz. But an E6300 needs 418FSB for the same 3.0GHz clock.

Look at it this way:
E6300 - x7 Multi
E4400 - x10 multi
E4500 - x11 multi

Now figure out how high you can OC each of those with the same FSB...



No to that one as well, the E6300 & E6400 has the same cache as the E4X00 series. They each have 2Mb L2 cache!
Save your money and go for the E4500, got mine at 3.5Ghz with 1.44v idle/load with safe temps. If you are willing to do a minor "mod" to the CPU you should and will get my clock speeds with safe temps on AIR and iam willing to help with that.
     
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My E4500 cost me $125 from newegg.

Despite what you're saying, mine seems to run a lot cooler than you guys imply.

I'm usually around 29c idle.. but thats while having stuff open. So not really idle, With everything idle it's about 25c.

I personally say go for the E4500. It overclocks better, uses less volts, and has same L2 cache.. I was oging to get a 6550 or 6300 but I decided to go cheaper, and it's still fine

I've gotten to 3.2GHz easy on air, stock volts, very good overclocker!
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post #17 of 30
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My E4500 cost me $125 from newegg.

Despite what you're saying, mine seems to run a lot cooler than you guys imply.

I'm usually around 29c idle.. but thats while having stuff open. So not really idle, With everything idle it's about 25c.

I personally say go for the E4500. It overclocks better, uses less volts, and has same L2 cache.. I was oging to get a 6550 or 6300 but I decided to go cheaper, and it's still fine

I've gotten to 3.2GHz easy on air, stock volts, very good overclocker!
I agree, they are great chips!

When the Allendales where first released, the benches showed that they where only outperformed by the 4Mb L2 cache CPUs (clock for clock) by approx. 3% in some tests. In games, it wasnt even that much. These CPUs are way to undervalued IMO.
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post #18 of 30
idea just get the 4500 and a TRUE or tuniq tower for the same price as the 6300 <<<<WIN
post #19 of 30
If it's a vanilla 6300 (Conroe-2M), then save your money and get the E4500.
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What price are you getting both for incidentally?

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If it's a vanilla 6300 (Conroe-2M), then save your money and get the E4500.

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idea just get the 4500 and a TRUE or tuniq tower for the same price as the 6300 <<<<WIN

lol i currently already own both, and 2 boards, but only one board will let me overclock.

im not buying either of them, im just trying to figure out which cpu should go on the OCer.
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