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post #11 of 12
Depending on your budget, E2200 has same scale as e2180. I tried three before. Here is the one of them. If you can spend a bit more, I would go for E7200.
post #12 of 12
I put one of the E2200 chips in a build for my mom with a DS3 motherboard, and built mine with an e4300 and ASUS P5B. Honestly, no idea why, her computer loads up and runs a lot faster than mine, even though both are set to the same speed and both are fast. I'd just use that chip and build it ASAP. I really can't see you using all of it's power anytime soon, and there'll be new chips by the time it won't keep up anymore. This is from a practical "makes sense" point of view though. If you just want to have the other chip, I guess it will make you feel better. I really doubt you'll ever notice the difference though.
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