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I have xeon and got it to run at 4.15ghz but dropped to 4.0 to not to stress the cpu too much. It's still stressing tho :: )

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I sold my E3110 and the guy that bought it got it to run at 4.5G but he didn't leave it there due to the high vcore it took.
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post #13 of 18
Whichever is cheaper, or the Xeon if the prices are real close.

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Originally Posted by RussianGrimmReaper View Post
Incorrect, Xeons use higher quality silicon than their mass market brothers.
I'm fairly certain they are all made on the same wafers, but with the Xeons just being binned a bit better.
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post #14 of 18
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Originally Posted by 3xtr3m3 View Post
I have xeon and got it to run at 4.15ghz but dropped to 4.0 to not to stress the cpu too much. It's still stressing tho
Why would you use an 8 multiplier?
post #15 of 18
but thats not what i mean't in my post.... u didn't mean the quality i mean't that the E8400 would be more STABLE at high clocks
    
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but thats not what i mean't in my post.... u didn't mean the quality i mean't that the E8400 would be more STABLE at high clocks
I don't see how you can assume something like that considering all the chips are designed to run at 3.0Ghz and are binned as such.
post #17 of 18
Omg there is so much misinformaton in this thread!

The Server-Version E8400, i.e. the Xeon whatever, will be up to 5% slower in-games due to it's Server-Optimised prefetchers.

There are rumers of higher quality silicon, but no proof of such.
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Thank you!!
    
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