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Is there a real difference between 1066 and 1333?

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September 21, 2007 9:30:55 AM

Is there any real difference between a CPU with a FSB of 1066 and 1333? Am I really going to be able to tell in any way shape or form? Is 1333 going to make that much difference in a game's FPS? Are benchmarks going to really be that much better?

Also along this vain. Is, say, a Quad core 2.4 really that different from a Quad 2.6 or even a 2.93? I'm trying to find the best mix of price and power. I want something powerful, but is there really a differance between these things, or is it just more money spent so I can have bragging rights?

Thanks for any help.

Mobrews

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September 21, 2007 10:30:33 AM

There is no real would difference, Intel is pushing the bus for future processers. Intel's server processers are running at 1600MHz bus.
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September 21, 2007 1:22:35 PM

Most enthusiasts would say there is no distinguishable difference.
Some extremists might say the 1333 overclocks better.

Balanced system builders recognize very small gain for more dollars.
September 21, 2007 3:46:43 PM

Better question would be is there a difference between 1k and 2k, to see if it really matters at all.