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Would I see a big improvement if I go from Intel E5200 to Intel E7300 I could pick one up for $50 used.
Edited by JuniorDaisy - 2/28/11 at 7:26pm
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post #2 of 12
You might see an improvement or might not see any, they perform very closely except for the cache size which would make less difference. But it isn't worth if you're going from E5200 to E7200. You don't want to upgrade with the same socket/generation. Save the $50 and build a SB/bulldozer later.
Edited by adizz - 2/28/11 at 6:14pm
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Jumping from the E5300 with 2MB cache and 800 MHz FSB to the E7300 with 3MB cache and 1066FSB...
A: The E5300 is a Pentium Dual-Core. The E7300 Is a C2D, totally different architectures.
B: The E7300 should be faster at stock.
    
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There is a difference, but for the price of a new processor I wouldn't bother. I'd save for something bigger if you're going to upgrade
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post #5 of 12
Quote:
Originally Posted by MR KROGOTH View Post
Jumping from the E5300 with 2MB cache and 800 MHz FSB to the E7300 with 3MB cache and 1066FSB...
A: The E5300 is a Pentium Dual-Core. The E7300 Is a C2D, totally different architectures.
B: The E7300 should be faster at stock.


Actually, for the most part the Pentium Dual-Cores use the same architecture as the Wolfdale Core 2 Duo's.
Don't bother with an LGA 775 CPU.
Edited by LethalRise750 - 2/28/11 at 6:17pm
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post #6 of 12
It is an upgrade but you won't see a big performance boost. E7200 is 9.5x with 1mb extra cache but e5200 is 12.5x.

E5200 vs. E7200 at stock
E5200 and E7200 specs comparison
post #7 of 12
Won't be a $50 dollar difference. Just save up for a new setup, since it's a buyers market for pc users anyway, especially with ram.
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post #8 of 12
Save up and get a quad.
post #9 of 12
pentium dual core's are simply moded Core 2 architecture's..

Same chip really.. jsut advertised as a pentium.


Quote:
Originally Posted by MR KROGOTH View Post
Jumping from the E5300 with 2MB cache and 800 MHz FSB to the E7300 with 3MB cache and 1066FSB...
A: The E5300 is a Pentium Dual-Core. The E7300 Is a C2D, totally different architectures.
B: The E7300 should be faster at stock.
    
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Quote:
Originally Posted by MR KROGOTH View Post
Jumping from the E5300 with 2MB cache and 800 MHz FSB to the E7300 with 3MB cache and 1066FSB...
A: The E5300 is a Pentium Dual-Core. The E7300 Is a C2D, totally different architectures.
B: The E7300 should be faster at stock.
No they're not.

Quote:
Originally Posted by LethalRise750 View Post
Actually, for the most part the Pentium Dual-Cores use the same architecture as the Wolfdale Core 2 Duo's.
Don't bother with an LGA 775 CPU.
This. The only difference is maybe, perhaps, a few hundred extra mhz and 1mb(? I think) difference in L2 cache.
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