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post #21 of 108
e6750 is not a bad choice at all. OC's very well if you have a good motherboard and RAM to accompany it. Seems to take very little vcore and stays very cool. I love mine, waiting on better cooling before i push 4ghz
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I think the e6850 is usually the best overclocking 65nm dual core (3.8ghz-4.0ghz on air), and the e8400 is the best (and the only 45nm dual core available atm)overclocking 45nm dual core (usually 4.0ghz + on air).

However, the e6850 costs MORE than the e8400 at retail price, which is a ripoff. If you can find it used though, it might be worth it. Also the e6750 is a good overclocker and much cheaper, so I think its more like e8400 vs e6750 vs used e6850 for price/performance ratio.
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What does that have to do with telling me which one is 65nm, and which one is 45nm?
Dude. He was telling you which was the best 65nm model and which was the best 45nm model. Come on.
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Dude. He was telling you which was the best 65nm model and which was the best 45nm model. Come on.
I apologize for doing this, but I see that now I have to:

See my signature. Please go easy on me... I wish there was a way to prove that I'm not joking about this either. This is very real.

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I think the e6850 is usually the best overclocking 65nm dual core (3.8ghz-4.0ghz on air), and the e8400 is the best (and the only 45nm dual core available atm)overclocking 45nm dual core (usually 4.0ghz + on air).

However, the e6850 costs MORE than the e8400 at retail price, which is a ripoff. If you can find it used though, it might be worth it. Also the e6750 is a good overclocker and much cheaper, so I think its more like e8400 vs e6750 vs used e6850 for price/performance ratio.
Actually, check this out: there are a total of four 45nm CPU's available. The e8190, e8200, e8400, and the e8500.

Intel Comparison page of the four 45nm CPUs currently available.
post #25 of 108
E6600, E6750
i can personally vouch for the insaneous of my E6750, i love it, love it, love it,
My retarded cousin got an HP two weeks ago, and it has a Q6700 in it,
Lol, i benched it and my CPU pulls more than his
    
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E6600, E6750
i can personally vouch for the insaneous of my E6750, i love it, love it, love it,
My retarded cousin got an HP two weeks ago, and it has a Q6700 in it,
Lol, i benched it and my CPU pulls more than his
Well of course. His is a pre-built.
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Well of course. His is a pre-built.
lol,
i lol'd hard though
he payed 2.5k for his pc,
and hes showing off so badly, im like hey, lets run a test on it see how it compairs to mine.... which cost me $700

LOL, almost doubled his 3D06, he got 7k i have 12k
he couldnt believe it, lol
    
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lol,
i lol'd hard though
he payed 2.5k for his pc,
and hes showing off so badly, im like hey, lets run a test on it see how it compairs to mine.... which cost me $700

LOL, almost doubled his 3D06, he got 7k i have 12k
he couldnt believe it, lol
lol,, And this is what it's all about lol


I'll vouch for the E6750 also, seems that if ya get a good one you can have some fun. Others still get good oc's just have to use higher vcore it seems.
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lol,, And this is what it's all about lol


I'll vouch for the E6750 also, seems that if ya get a good one you can have some fun. Others still get good oc's just have to use higher vcore it seems.
ya
its quite sad when a $200 CPU + a $60 cooler can beat a $500 CPU
^ thats not teh sad thing though,
its the fact that all the idiots of the world go and spend 2k on piece of crap PC's..........
lol, i go to device manager, and the idiot didnt even know how to turn off UAC, it asks for permission. lol......
    
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lol,
i lol'd hard though
he payed 2.5k for his pc,
and hes showing off so badly, im like hey, lets run a test on it see how it compairs to mine.... which cost me $700

LOL, almost doubled his 3D06, he got 7k i have 12k
he couldnt believe it, lol
I get the impression that he's impressed with his pre-built because for one, it cost him an arm and a leg (so therefore it MUST be extremely awesome), and two, it's a quad-core.

Nice work humbling your cousin, arekieh.
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