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ebay deal,what I bought was the e4500 2.2GHz 800mhz FSB, what came was an e6300 1.86GHz 1066 FSB. Is this deal a wash or should I ask for the chip I paid for? (I do like the better FSB on the e6300. I will be overclocking on a EP45-UD3P. Thanks
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ebay deal,what I bought was the e4500 2.2GHz 800mhz FSB, what came was an e6300 1.86GHz 1066 FSB. Is this deal a wash or should I ask for the chip I paid for? (I do like the better FSB on the e6300. I will be overclocking on a EP45-UD3P. Thanks
The E6300 has more features than the E4500. E6300 would be faster clock for clock.

E4500 have a higher multiplier. E6300 have a 7x multiplier. That should be no problem with your motherboard anyway. Also those E4xxx chips have low FSB walls. E6300 have a much higher FSB wall.

I once had a E4300. It could not go much past 3.3GHz. That E4500 would probably do about the same.

E6300 should be good for at least 3.2GHz. Probably more. If your lucky it will reach 3.5 - 3.6GHz. Have a look at this... Core 2 E4300 vs. E6300 Overclocking Battle

I would have taken the E6300 anyday over a E4500. E6300 is a fullblood conroe core. E4500 is a stripped down core.

Edit: The E6300 has the same amount of cache as the E4500. However, E6300 have more features. Like Virtualization tech..
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I conclude these are pretty close, not worth the postage to exchange. +rep turri
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I conclude these are pretty close, not worth the postage to exchange. +rep turri
Yeah, E6300 is the better of those two.

Thanks for the +rep
    
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What you did for me is exactly what I think the rep process is designed for. I was not really working with overclocking in 2006, I take it you guys were using all kinds of techniques that a new overclocker can still use but does not have to. There sure were a lot of different Intel chips to work with then. Perhaps this is what maintains the interest in socket 775.

It was a Canadian computer store that mixed these chips up, 35.00 + 15.00 shipping.
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