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Should i buy the e2200 or save up for the E7200, I will be running the CPU with the 650i asus board. I just need a few opinions because I cant decide.
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save for the E7200 IMO.
Just way more benefits..

-3 megs of cache (as opposed to 1)
-45nm
-Overclocks higher than E2200
-Higher stock clock (2.53GHz opposed to 2.2GHz)
-Newer instruction sets (Improves performance in some programs)
Edited by Slappa - 7/9/08 at 1:13am
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Ahh, thanks for your opinion!! +rep
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I would definitely say go for the E7200, or even wait for the E5200 which should be out soon.

E2200 - 65nm, 1MB L2 Cache (11x multiplier) ~$80
E7200 - 45nm, 3MB L2 Cache (9.5x multiplier) ~$130
E5200 - 45nm, 2MB L2 Cache (12.5x multiplier) ~ I would guess under $100

The E7000 series is basically Intel's 45nm replacement for the 65nm E4000 series (mid-range). The E5000 series will basically be Intel's 45nm replacement for the 65nm E2000 series. They *should* be excellent overclockers, considering the high multiplier and 45nm process.

*BUT* You may want to check and see if your motherboard will support the newer 45nm chips, I'm not sure off-hand.
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I can get the E2200 for 60 bucks, for a poor guy this seems like a good deal but if you guys think the E7200 is worth double and then some then ill definitly save up
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I would definitely say go for the E7200, or even wait for the E5200 which should be out soon.

E2200 - 65nm, 1MB L2 Cache (11x multiplier) ~$80
E7200 - 45nm, 3MB L2 Cache (9.5x multiplier) ~$130
E5200 - 45nm, 2MB L2 Cache (12.5x multiplier) ~ I would guess under $100

The E7000 series is basically Intel's 45nm replacement for the 65nm E4000 series (mid-range). The E5000 series will basically be Intel's 45nm replacement for the 65nm E2000 series. They *should* be excellent overclockers, considering the high multiplier and 45nm process.

*BUT* You may want to check and see if your motherboard will support the newer 45nm chips, I'm not sure off-hand.
I think the e5200 will be $80. Yeah, as the others said, e7200/e5200
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Does anyone think the 5000+ BE (AMD) is worth upgrading to or the E7200?
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Does anyone think the 5000+ BE (AMD) is worth upgrading to or the E7200?
Are you going to have a motherboard to go with that 7200?
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Does anyone think the 5000+ BE (AMD) is worth upgrading to or the E7200?
e7200, faster, but if your already with AMD then it would be a good idea
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Does anyone think the 5000+ BE (AMD) is worth upgrading to or the E7200?
If your current motherboard is decent, the 5000+ BE will probably be the better (in terms of value) and cheaper upgrade. If you were planning on getting a new mobo either way, go with the 7200.
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