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post #41 of 45
You can lower the multi on a E7200 to as low as 6 x. so if you find it hard to oc with 9.5 just lower it to 9 simple problem solved.

E7200 is a good chip people just don't have faith in it because its so cheap.

P.S. the E7200 was release in May 2008 it is the newest 45nm chip out at the moment
post #42 of 45
E7200 has 9x multi?!?

What makes it cheaper than E8400?!
    
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post #43 of 45
The Shared L2 Cache. Ya the E7200 has a 9.5 multi which can be lowered to help with OCing

P.S I think Intel are trying to enter the lower end of the market like AMD that why they have release such a cheap chip

The E7200 @ 3000mhz will benchmark better than a 6000+ x2 AMD @ 3000mhz
post #44 of 45
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E7200 has 9x multi?!?

What makes it cheaper than E8400?!
The E7X00 is to the E8X00 series as the E4X00 was to the E6X00 (and subsequently the E6X50) series. It has the speed of the flagship CPU with less L2 cache.
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post #45 of 45
It's like the E8x00 baby brother. But E7x00 has just as much power not not enough force so he's like the middle age brother lol
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