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In gaming the 7750 is heavily recommended.

If you OC it to 3.1Ghz too, the 7750 is always faster (Besides weird quirky tests).
    
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get 7750
i have 6400+ its worse
it wontoverclock more than 3.3
and its hot
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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.

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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
The 7750 BE is faster

Also there are benches which it at 3.4/3.5Ghz +
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Do you guys think its a good idea to upgrader to a 7750 BE? for me
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Do you guys think its a good idea to upgrader to a 7750 BE? for me
no doubt.

you have a 790board, you need to use something like the 7750 to see your motherboard shine. c'mon
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Do you guys think its a good idea to upgrader to a 7750 BE? for me
Depends, if you want to stay with dual cores, i'd definitely get the 7750BE, best AMD dual core out right now and has potential for overclocking. For $80 at the Egg, its definitely worth it.
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Do you guys think its a good idea to upgrader to a 7750 BE? for me
Not that big of an upgrade.

For you, you'd be better off waiting till February and getting one of the Phenom II X3s (either 710- 2.6Ghz or 720- 2.8, unlocked)
    
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post #18 of 40
Get the 7750 BE. I read it compares to the e8200.
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get 7750
i have 6400+ its worse
it wontoverclock more than 3.3
and its hot
Try Harder,

But being a AM2+ Chip it can be really pushed... I think it can get to about 3.7-3.8 if really pushed.. I would like to see to stand off b/w the 2, (6400+ vs 7750BE). I score around.. 2700 on 3DMark06 in the CPU section, also 24.313 SuperPI 1M.. I keep my 6400 OCed with not going over 120F with load. Mind you I'm on air.
Edited by SentrySkills - 12/26/08 at 12:06am
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Try Harder,

But being a AM2+ Chip it can be really pushed... I think it can get to about 3.7-3.8 if really pushed.. I would like to see to stand off b/w the 2, (6400+ vs 7750BE). I score around.. 2700 on 3DMark06 in the CPU section, also 24.313 SuperPI 1M.. I keep my 6400 OCed with not going over 120F with load. Mind you I'm on air.
Wrong, you can maybe push 3.5 to 3.6 with watercooling if you have a very good chip, but for air cooling, 3.4ish is pretty much the maximum.
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