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X2 7750BE 2.7GHz Vs. X2 6000+ 3.1GHz

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I am building my first budget gamer, and wanted you guys opinions on which processor would better fit the bill. I figured I could get everything I need at Newegg with free shipping for under $380 plus some mail in rebates. I got everything else pretty much narrowed down, but I am not sure about the processor, I do not plan to overclock as I really have no idea how to. Thanks.
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Yea I saw this released a couple weeks ago. It's a "Phenom" dual-core, first dualcore to be released under the Phenom build style. Read a review that was worthless, they took it up to 3.3GHz on 1.475v "with ease", which leads me to believe it could have gone a bit further. If it went to 3.3 with ease, why the heck not take it higher? Could have just been poor wording and that may have been the actual max. I'd expect 3.2-3.4GHz, which is basically what you can get from any of the decent Brisbanes and Windsors that are still being sold, like the X2 6000+ selling for about 15% less. The only advantages I saw were the higher HT Link (runs at 1800MHz versus 1000MHz) and the addition of L3 cache which is unique to the Phenoms. How that impacts performance... I'm not too sure. Be our Guinea pig Basically you may be paying an extra $10 or so for a CPU that may not be any better. Gamble is up to you, I'm pretty confident that it will be at least as good as the X2 6000+ though if you're overclocking.

Review

EDIT: I need to read better, you're not overclocking. Get the X2 6000+ Brisbane. Cheaper and faster. I really cant see the higher HT Link and L3 cache making up for the $10 price difference and 400MHz speed difference. Where is the $10 price difference coming from? From this promo code: EMCBCCCBH $7 off the X2 6000+ Brisbane
Edited by durch - 12/24/08 at 9:54am
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Actually, the Phenoms perform about 20% faster then the X2's clock-for-clock, so that would pretty much make up for the 400MHz difference.

I would definitely get the 7750 BE.

Here you go.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16819103300

And I'd wait till after Christmas to order - Prices are likely to go down a bit.
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post #4 of 40
Grab the 7750BE

It's based off the Phenom core so it's faster clock for clock
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6000+ would be better. May run hotter and not overclock well but clock for clock i think its better. Plus I think it has 2x1mb L2
    
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7750be for fricking sure, 2.7ghz 3mb cache..

in gaming performances, its just about as good as an e8200.

and these hit about 3.5-3.6 with adequate cooling as well.

http://guru3d.com/article/amd-athlon...0-be-review/11

it stacks up pretty darn well against the e8200, especially when youre gettingi t for almost half the price
Edited by askareem24 - 12/24/08 at 2:01pm
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Quote:
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6000+ would be better. May run hotter and not overclock well but clock for clock i think its better. Plus I think it has 2x1mb L2
Depends on wich version of the 6000 he gets.The Brisbane is 2*512kb.
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Get the Phenom dual...why won't you be overclocking? Its a better chip anyway but you could spend 10 minutes changing values and have a 3Ghz chip.
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I got a 7750 BE on the way. Thats what I would recommend.

EDIT: Read up on overclocking! You wont regret it, sir.

http://www.overclock.net/amd-general...ocket-am2.html
Edited by Aeloi - 12/24/08 at 2:05pm
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Quote:
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6000+ would be better. May run hotter and not overclock well but clock for clock i think its better. Plus I think it has 2x1mb L2
The 6000+ is K8

The 7750 is K10

No way the 6000+ would perform better clock for clock, especially if it's the brisbane one (The windsor one will still perform worse as well)
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