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I ran benchmark E1200 vs X2 Blackie 5000+ (Both OC'ed to 3Ghz)
http://global.phoronix-test-suite.co...713-10983-8321

E1200 beats AMD 12 to 5 in 19 linux benchmarks
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Um, actually, if you read the original post, he wasn't looking for fastest.....
Did you see anywhere in there the Fastest????
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Did you see anywhere in there the Fastest????

If i really wanted to be an ass i'd say get a damn 1000dollar quad lol
Ok, I'll restate. He was looking for something comparable to his AMD, not just a good intel. Dude, read the original post....
     
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Ok, I'll restate. He was looking for something comparable to his AMD, not just a good intel. Dude, read the original post....


wow where did you come from, Anyways As i said a good E6xxx's cpu will do you just fine and there around 100 dollars.
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wow where did you come from, Anyways As i said a good E6xxx's cpu will do you just fine and there around 100 dollars.
True. But that's not what he's looking for... The e6xxx series is WAY faster than his AMD. He wants something COMPARABLE. which means e2xxx series...
     
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True. But that's not what he's looking for... The e6xxx series is WAY faster than his AMD. He wants something COMPARABLE. which means e2xxx series...
So what at the prices the 6series are going at, its not worth spending 70 on a 2xxx series when u can get a 3.6-3.8ghz proven used 6 series for 100 dollars
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So what at the prices the 6series are going at, its not worth spending 70 on a 2xxx series when u can get a 3.6-3.8ghz proven used 6 series for 100 dollars
Yes but he's NOT going for speed. He wants a comparison, as in SAME speed approximately. Which means that though the e6xxx series procs are better, the e2xxx series will serve HIS purpose better. Get it?
     
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Yes but he's NOT going for speed. He wants a comparison, as in SAME speed approximately. Which means that though the e6xxx series procs are better, the e2xxx series will serve HIS purpose better. Get it?
i see it as if im going to spend over 50 for a cpu i might as well dish out another and get the better one. instead of getting bored and later on buying the better one and wasting cash see my point
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i see it as if im going to spend over 50 for a cpu i might as well dish out another and get the better one. instead of getting bored and later on buying the better one and wasting cash see my point
Ok. Here's the problem. We both have different situations in mind. Here they are:

1. (yours) He wants a better proc. He buys an e6xxx series proc. It's faster. Makes sense. Doesn't waste his money.

2. (mine) He buys it for BENCHMARKING purposes, meaning COMPARABLE performance, to prove a point. Though he'll be getting less bang for the buck, he has a more fair comparison between the procs.

Look, the e6xxx will pwn BOTH the e2xxx series AND his AMD proc. That's not what he wants. He wants a fair fight. Get it?
     
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Your processor would be ever so slightly more powerful than a Pentium D 840 @ 3.2Ghz. The difference would be minimal, maybe 5% TOPS.

Either way, you want to make sure the processor you are comparing to is a Pentium, not a celeron. Celerons have extremely little cache and much weaker FPUs than Pentiums, so any benchmarks like graphics rendering, zip file decompression, and other similar tasks will yield very poor results in comparison. A dual-core Celeron MAY be faster when it comes to other commands like hardware interrupts and stuff like that, but definately not with math. After all, due to the memory controller being on the NB not on the CPU, Intel processors are more cache dependent than AMD chips, so this does make a difference.
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