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I have both these Chips they robust and will take alot of beating.

The E2180 will clock to 3.2 max boot clock
The E7200 will clock to 4.0 max boot clock

The E7200 is diff technology load up time with the E7200 set at 3.0gig is about 20 seconds
The E2180 set at 3.0 gig is about 30second and runs hotter at 3 gig it was idling at 45C wear the E7200 was idling at 36C The E2180 is a good chip and you do not have to flash bios to run it wear the E7200 you'll have to unless you are getting a P45 Chipset

Regards Stew
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The E2180 is maxxed out at 3.2/3.4 whereas the E7200 has a lot more room to reach upwards of 3.8/4.0. Plus the E7200 has 3MB cache and the E2180 only has 1MB cache.
    
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I have both these Chips they robust and will take alot of beating.

The E2180 will clock to 3.2 max boot clock
The E7200 will clock to 4.0 max boot clock

The E7200 is diff technology load up time with the E7200 set at 3.0gig is about 20 seconds
The E2180 set at 3.0 gig is about 30second and runs hotter at 3 gig it was idling at 45C wear the E7200 was idling at 36C The E2180 is a good chip and you do not have to flash bios to run it wear the E7200 you'll have to unless you are getting a P45 Chipset

Regards Stew
I will proabaly get a DFI DK P35 and use my friends E2160 to flash the bios so i can use a E7200.

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This should give you a general idea on how the conroe stack up vs the wolfdales. The wolfies are faster clock for clock. that in addition to the extra cach should make a decent difference.

http://www.techspot.com/review/85-in...roe/page3.html
mmmm I think il go for E7200 cause i can't quite afford a E8400 if i want a MSI Wind and i still need to get new tires for my car -_------.... +rep for everyones help
    
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