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E4300/E6300 and DDR2 533

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January 30, 2007 6:45:09 AM

What CPU (E4300 or E6300) would achieve better performance OC with generic DDR2 533 ram?

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January 30, 2007 7:03:30 AM

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What CPU (E4300 or E6300) would achieve better performance OC with generic DDR2 533 ram?
E4300. Assuming your RAM only runs @ 533MHz, the E6300 will clock to 1.86GHz(266x7), but the E4300 will clock to 2.4GHZ(266x9). The higher the RAM will go, the more difference there will be between the two.

i.e. @ 266MHz FSB (DDR2-533)
E6300=1.86GHz
E4300=2.4GHz
E4300 runs ~533MHz faster.

@ 333MHz FSB (DDR2-667)
E6300=2.33GHz
E4300=3.00GHz
E4300 runs ~667MHz faster.

@ 400MHz FSB (DDR2-800)
E6300=2.8GHz
E4300=3.6GHz
E4300 runs ~800MHz faster.

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January 31, 2007 5:21:55 AM

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What CPU (E4300 or E6300) would achieve better performance OC with generic DDR2 533 ram?
E4300. Assuming your RAM only runs @ 533MHz, the E6300 will clock to 1.86GHz(266x7), but the E4300 will clock to 2.4GHZ(266x9). The higher the RAM will go, the more difference there will be between the two.

i.e. @ 266MHz FSB (DDR2-533)
E6300=1.86GHz
E4300=2.4GHz
E4300 runs ~533MHz faster.

@ 333MHz FSB (DDR2-667)
E6300=2.33GHz
E4300=3.00GHz
E4300 runs ~667MHz faster.

@ 400MHz FSB (DDR2-800)
E6300=2.8GHz
E4300=3.6GHz
E4300 runs ~800MHz faster.

:wink:
So with those 3 examples, the E4300 would perform faster even though it has half the cashe?
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January 31, 2007 6:01:58 AM

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So with those 3 examples, the E4300 would perform faster even though it has half the cashe?
Yeah. The E4300 and E6300 both have 2MB L2.
January 31, 2007 6:25:47 AM

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So with those 3 examples, the E4300 would perform faster even though it has half the cashe?
Yeah. The E4300 and E6300 both have 2MB L2.
Of course they have same cashe :oops: 

I keep of thinking about the E6600 :oops: 
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