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Someone suggested i get rid of the D945 so.. What is better for now the
Allendale E2200 or the E8400.
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E8400
 
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post #3 of 17
E8400. E2xxx is for the budget or temp backup build.
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Thanks guys so now its a toss up of E8400 and the Q6700
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post #5 of 17
it really depends what your using your cpu for. if your going to be rendering any music/video files then the q6700 is for you. if not then go for the e8400
    
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post #6 of 17
Still take the E8400.
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post #7 of 17
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Originally Posted by LaoFX View Post
it really depends what your using your cpu for. if your going to be rendering any music/video files then the q6700 is for you. if not then go for the e8400
Just Gaming and Oc'ing
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post #8 of 17
E8500 is out you know.
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post #9 of 17
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E8500 is out you know.
Is it much better for 80 dollars more? Because you only gain .16 mhz for 80 bucks more. It has the same l2 cache and 45nm so whats the difference?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by SlicketyRickety View Post
Is it much better for 80 dollars more? Because you only gain .16 mhz for 80 bucks more. It has the same l2 cache and 45nm so whats the difference?
better multi for a hundred more...
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