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Just saw the e6750 at mwave for $195. Should I wait a couple days to see if it goes down in price anymore? Also I saw the e6600 for $200 at tankguys, is there any advantage of the 6600 over the 6750?
 

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E6600 = 9x multi, E6750 - 8x multi.

E6600 = higher temp per clock, in other words, an E6600 @ 3.5 will run hotter (and at higher volts) than an E6750 @ 3.5.

Unless you're using an older board that has really restrained FSB, or you've got some ridiculous ram that you refuse to downclock, take the E6750.
 

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The E6600 can likely clock higher than the E6750. But that is with extreme cooling only. If you are on air cooling, go for the E6750.
 
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