E2160, E2180, E2200

What is the main difference between these 3 cpus?? is it only the multiplier??

because if so, is it much wiser to buy E2160??
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  1. They all run on a 9x multiplier if I remember correctly, the difference is 0.1Ghz I think for each chip. i recommend the E2180, its a beast, On a cheap $20 Zalman cooler I got it stable at 3.4Ghz And its only cripple is the 1mb cache but that only makes a 7-10% difference, hell id take that for the 50-70% price difference
  2. Xpyrofuryx said:
    They all run on a 9x multiplier if I remember correctly, the difference is 0.1Ghz I think for each chip. i recommend the E2180, its a beast, On a cheap $20 Zalman cooler I got it stable at 3.4Ghz And its only cripple is the 1mb cache but that only makes a 7-10% difference, hell id take that for the 50-70% price difference

    ^Has no idea what he's talking about. Please don't spread fud.

    OP, Your original assumption is correct, the multiplier is the only variable between them E2160 (1.8Ghz - 9x multi), E2180 (2.0Ghz - 10x multi), E2200 (2.2Ghz - 11x multi). All have identical cache, capabilities, etc.

    However, he is right that they are ALL good overclockers (especially with a good cooler).
  3. Get the E2160. Why? The highest you can OC these cpus are around 3.4GHz while staying in the safe zone. 3400MHz/9 = 378MHz fsb, which all mobos and ram can handle, so a higher multiplier is not required at all.
  4. How many different threads do you need on the same topic?!

    http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/249014-28-e2180-e2200

    Whats next, E2140, E2160, E2180 or E2200?
  5. No, it'd be E8200, E8400, E8500, or Q6600?
  6. And you missed the Celeron 420, 440, 460 Conroe L thread. :)
  7. or e5405 e5410 or e5420
  8. that's if you are on sokit 771
  9. Next thread will be Pentium 3,Pentium 4, Pentium D ahahahaha sorry guys...
  10. the 2160 come in an L2 and M0 stepping. the other two are only in M0 stepping. try to get M0 because it's better. If you go with 2160, be sure to check the box to see what stepping you are getting.
  11. E3110...
  12. E3110 vs. E8400 is a valid argument. As far as most people know the E3110 is cheaper(most of the time) and the same as the E8400.
    http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/forum2.php?config=tomshardwareus.inc&cat=28&post=248583&page=1&p=1&sondage=0&owntopic=3&trash=0&trash_post=0&print=0&numreponse=0&quote_only=0&new=0&nojs=0
  13. so 2160 is 9x, 2180 is 10x and 2200 is 10x is that correct??? in these 3 cpus wich one would be more power efficient when we OC these 3 to 3 ghz??
  14. 2200 is 11x
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