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February 27, 2007 3:15:41 PM

how will performance compare between the diff c2ds at the same clock? I can get my e6600 to 4.1 max stable but if i could get the 68 67 and te 66 to 3.7 how would they compare?

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February 27, 2007 3:19:27 PM

Clockspeed on the 6600, 6700, and 6800 would affect pure CPU performance approximately linearly. Other factors are involved though like memory speed, graphics, etc. There would be no difference between a 4GHz 6600, 6700, or 6800 if they all used the 6600's 9x multiplier. If you start taking advantage of the 6700 and 6800's higher multipliers, the situation changes, but not drastically.
February 27, 2007 3:24:56 PM

with a higher multi, you would get less bus at higher clock does right? does that negate the gains at all?
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February 27, 2007 3:27:38 PM

Basically it comes down to stability voltages and heat here.
The 6600 reaches 4 Ghz via FSB 444.x9
The 6700 reacher 4 Ghz via FSB 400 x 10
The 6800 reaches 4 Ghz via FSB 363 x11

While the 6800/6700 can also do 444x9 it is easier to have your FSB at 400 than 444. It ought to require less voltage increases run stabler and cooler.

Personally if I was absolutely determined to get a 4Ghz C2D I'd say the 6700 with 800 Mhz ram and water cooling with the ASUS P5W DH series. My 6400 is at 3.2 but I have no need/want for higher really.

Hope the clarification helps.
February 27, 2007 3:45:22 PM

kool, yeah going to be building my mom a new rig in april trying to decide if I want to give up my e6600 and upgrade if the prices do indeed drop. No complaints on my e6600 performs well oc well. If the performance diff is negligible at same clocks im not sure what im going to do lol I run my e6600 at 3.2 as well only put it up to 4ghz when im benching.
February 27, 2007 3:55:15 PM

Go to the CPU charts, silly. They show what you want. I think you now deserve a funny, irritating picture:

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February 27, 2007 4:07:55 PM

Um cpu charts don't show OC'd versions of chips.
Or at least very rarely.
Therefore his question is a valid one.

Depending on what she's offering in terms of money/wants.
You could/should keep your mobo+CPU and ram if your OC is stable now.
Then look into throwing her your GPU and upgrade that for yourself probably.
February 27, 2007 4:12:12 PM

yeah thats exactly what I was thinking of doing. I have a extra mobo already was thinking of poppin my e6600 back into it and upgrading my own and yes i have made extensive use of the cpu/gfx card charts and the cpu one doesnt apply to my question. nice graphic though ;0)
February 27, 2007 4:13:54 PM

The 6700 and the 6600 overclocked to the same speed will perform the same.
February 27, 2007 4:23:00 PM

kool, if prices do drop i might pick on up anyway just to be able to play with more multi's.
February 27, 2007 4:26:27 PM

water on the cpu, active air on the nb hs.
February 27, 2007 4:26:30 PM

Whoops yeah I misread the question. It looks like the sensors indicate ME in terms of noobness.
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February 27, 2007 4:42:52 PM

Lol, screw your Mom. Not literally, you pervert.
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EDIT: God my spelling sucks.
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February 27, 2007 4:54:52 PM

I was thinking of his proposed replacement CPU when he passes his 6600 on to his mom.
February 27, 2007 4:55:02 PM

I can see it now:

LITTLE TIMMY: "Mom are you ok?"
MOTHER: "GODAMN NOOB DIS COMP LAGS HARD I TRY TO PWN W/ AWP BUT THE COMP LAGS WHN I AIM HOW CAN I PWN WITHA LIL 6600 YOU NUB I ALWAYS PWN CSS NOW I CANT B/C MY COMP NOT 1337 FUK I CANT ROXORS!!"
TIMMY: "Mommy, I'm sorry!"
<Mother brandishes knife, begins beating TIMMY with keyboard>
MOTHER: "YOU LITTLE NUB YUR HAXOR RAR!"
<TIMMY expires, and voids self on stage>
<close curtain>

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February 27, 2007 5:06:55 PM

Reminds me of how my G'ma/G'pa use to play CIV2 a ton.

I almost got my other gma to play wow lol.
February 27, 2007 5:07:49 PM

Well, she might be. Or she might be anal about having her CSS FPS at 120 constantly, to pwn with awp. Doi.
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February 27, 2007 5:14:45 PM

Well not exactly the same. Depending on the rest of your system, either could be faster, but the difference would only really be seen in benchmarks. And even then, it'd be small.

With that OC, there's really no reason to upgrade to a 6700 or x6800. They wouldn't go much faster, if at all.

EDIT: Wow, I submitted this reply an hour after I started it. So ignore it entirely.
February 27, 2007 5:35:09 PM

Well I love the info coming in but frankly, im a little concerned with certain parties preoccupation with my mother lol. Don’t worry, she always gets my hand me downs and never utilized the power that’s there... kind of makes me sad really lol.
February 27, 2007 5:38:04 PM

You put your hand down where!!!?!?! :lol:  :o  8O

At least we haven't been asking for pictures yet.
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