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I was getting afraid that my E7200 would get huge competition soon. Guess not, heh.
I don't know what your saying. But the 7750 was better in most of the test's.
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I don't know what your saying. But the 7750 was better in most of the test's.
No, the HD 3300 was. In the only 2 tests that mattered they tied.
    
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They tested the AMD with HD 3300 and the Intel with Geforce 9300. That means 7 of the 9 tests are completely bogus!

Oh lol Hardspell just failed really hard
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No, the HD 3300 was. In the only 2 tests that mattered they tied.
And those test would be?
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post #15 of 22
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And those test would be?
The 2 synthetic benchmarks, which don't matter much anyway.

I'd like to see how far real overclockers can take the 7750. Most of the review sites must have been spoiled by the C2D that they forgot how to overclock AMD chips, especially with regards to the HT frequency.
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This is a review of the platform, not just the CPU's
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Fail review is fail.
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OMG... Wish I had all the money to upgrade. hahahaha well, at least amd is making things easier to upgrade for me.
Still, I will wait for deneb. Guess it's earlier next year, right?

Anyway back to the topic, problem is when you take overclock capatibilities in comparison e7300 is way better. You usually can overclock these chips to 3.4~3.6. At least most people in my area reached these speeds.

EDIT: I would prefer, in a budget, to go with AMD cause with the 45$ saved I could buy a better gpu.
Edited by p0ft - 12/25/08 at 10:32am
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post #19 of 22
Ok I guess I have to explain this to some of the members. The reason for a low end graphics card is to put more of a load on the CPU's. This way they can gauge how much difference the CPU's make. If you paired each CPU with a GTX280 or 4870 then the tests would be more about graphics then about CPU's.

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Ok I guess I have to explain this to some of the members. The reason for a low end graphics card is to put more of a load on the CPU's. This way they can gauge how much difference the CPU's make. If you paired each CPU with a GTX280 or 4870 then the tests would be more about graphics then about CPU's.

Merry Christmas
they still coulda used something like an HD3450, or other low low end card to even it up.

Either way, kudos to AMD, and I agree with a poster above me, with that saved $45 you could go from a HD4670 to a 4830.
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