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Could this be the next overclocking monster?

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In any event, with the final verdict we should wait a while. But note the fact that at the beginning of the following year the overclocker will obtain the outstanding gift for their experiments, which possesses relatively low cost and which does not require the use of those of specially selected completing with the overclock we will wait for series core 2 Duo e4300 with impatience

The grammar is a bit bad, but it is still an informative review.

http://xtreview.com/review161.htm
 

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Wow... This might be the centerpiece of some future intel rig i might build.
 

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Im feeling the next overclock king right here
 

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No way am I reading that. First two words "Do u". I can't stand bad grammar...lol
 

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I didn't read the whole thing (bad grammar/internet connection) but the higher multiplier is going to be nice... since most mobos are officially supported at 266 MHz FSB, an overclock to 2.4 GHz from 1.8 is only limited by the processor.
 

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Seems like a great over-clocker, nevertheless, the E6300 is a much better choice.

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E6300 can do 500fsb with the x7 multi so that equals to 3.50ghz
E4300 "if" 500fsb with the x9 multi equals to 4.50ghz, impossible to achieve I would say.

And that's an ES CPU, which means is cherry picked but we'll see how the retail version does when it comes out. Will a P5B Deluxe be able to change the multi on the retail E4300? We'll see if ASUS allows it.
 

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Whats the difference between an ES and non ES CPU? What does ES mean?
 

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Whats the difference between an ES and non ES CPU? What does ES mean?
es means engineer sample, its the cpus they have before the retail version is sold, es's usually have unlocked multis and oc better than the retail cpu will.
 

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Will a P5B Deluxe be able to change the multi on the retail E4300? We'll see if ASUS allows it.
I wonder. If it is speedstep enabled, you could change the multi down.
 

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On cpuz it says my PD is ES? Awesome!!! Prob is... my motherboard doesn't support straight tweaking... next upgrade: ASUS 650i motherboard. That explains how I got mine barebone from Fry's
 

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Nice..... pretty pointless to buy the E6300 now with this chip. We'll probably start to see better OCs than that soon.
 

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Seems like a great over-clocker, nevertheless, the E6300 is a much better choice.

Simple:
E6300 can do 500fsb with the x7 multi so that equals to 3.50ghz
E4300 "if" 500fsb with the x9 multi equals to 4.50ghz, impossible to achieve I would say.

And that's an ES CPU, which means is cherry picked but we'll see how the retail version does when it comes out. Will a P5B Deluxe be able to change the multi on the retail E4300? We'll see if ASUS allows it.


Soooo you're trying to say that having a higher potential OC, and an easier time reaching a great OC for cheaper is a BAD thing?
 

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Ill post a screenie of my ES CPUZ on here shortly.
 

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I got mine for random at Fry's I didn't know what it meant till now.
 

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Do u...

*Doesn't read*

Bad grammar and spelling in a review decreases credibility.
 

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Originally Posted by Nasgul
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Seems like a great over-clocker, nevertheless, the E6300 is a much better choice.

Simple:
E6300 can do 500fsb with the x7 multi so that equals to 3.50ghz
E4300 "if" 500fsb with the x9 multi equals to 4.50ghz, impossible to achieve I would say.

And that's an ES CPU, which means is cherry picked but we'll see how the retail version does when it comes out. Will a P5B Deluxe be able to change the multi on the retail E4300? We'll see if ASUS allows it.

I think the higher multi is an advantage , it wont overclock to 4.50ghz , but all I want is it gives the same overclock as the e6300 that would be good enough (3.50ghz) it will be easier and it wont need the best mobo \\ ram to keep up with the high fsb
 
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