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E6300, E6400, or E6600?

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March 10, 2007 5:56:17 AM

Which one? Price for performance. And before you ask, I can't run any higher than an E6600. Prices are NZD:E6300; $298.05
:E6400; $379.90
:E6600; $534.97

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March 11, 2007 4:37:32 AM

it depends on what are you planning to use your rig for (gaming or video editing, etc) and whether or not you're going to oc.

If you're into editing than e6600, if you're a gamer than either e6300 or e6400 will do (extra 2mb cache doesn't give much of a performance boost in gaming).
March 11, 2007 7:19:24 AM

Mostly gaming, though a little video editing at times. Some moderate OC'ing possible. So an e6300 or an e6400?
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March 11, 2007 8:28:45 AM

if your planning to oc and want to game get the e4300, overclock it and spend the extra money on a better gfx card, just like the 6300 except higher multi or something
March 11, 2007 5:54:47 PM

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Mostly gaming, though a little video editing at times. Some moderate OC'ing possible. So an e6300 or an e6400?


get e6300, you won't be disappointed, also i'd suggest get a third-party cpu cooler, the stock one is pain in the ass to set it up right and if you're going to oc it will save you some headache.
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