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Amd 6000+ v's athlon 7750 be

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March 26, 2009 1:53:24 PM

hey all, got a quick question i got a new mobo
(Sapphire 790GX Chipset PC-AM2RS790G) and got new memory
(Kingston HyperX Dual Channel Kit at 1066 ddr2- Memory - 4 GB) and new power
(OCZ High Power Gamers PSU - 700 Watt Silent 120m) and for what ever reason after asking (for my birthday) my folks got me two diffrent cpu's as follows
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AMD Athlon X2 6000+ Dual-Core Processor - 3.10 GHz,1MB L2 Cache,Socket AM2,89W,65 nm

AND

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AMD Athlon X2 7750 Black Edition Dual-Core Processor - 2.70 GHz, 3MB Cache, Socket AM2+, 95W, 65 nm

and i cant decide after reading all sorts of reviews which cpu i should install or send back. see if u can see my predicament as the 6000+ is 3.1 ghz and lower watt and a small cache but is quite a older cpu and will only see ddr2 800 not 1066 (cos its a socket am2), where as the 7750 is only 2.70 but a black edition (unlocked multipler) but bigger cache and is basiclly a phemon x4 with 2 cores locked and will see 1066 ddr2 (cos its am2+ socket) and is a newer cpu so im in a bit of a plarva over which one to install so all help gratfully receved thanks all.....Bobbity......

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March 26, 2009 2:34:43 PM

At stock the .4Ghz difference between the two wouldn't make that much difference.
If you're thinking you might want to do some overclocking - X2 7750BE.
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March 26, 2009 3:09:53 PM

Wisecracker said:
Trade in both of them for this ---->>
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...


yer good call only prob is that cos me folks got them for me meaning im sort of stuck with them both due to they both being brought on seperate creditcards from diffrent towns as well !!!!!


@ WR2 prob will stick wit 7750 due to clocking ability anyone else out there using the 7750BE ??
just wondering what speeds you got whilst being stable..
March 26, 2009 4:35:08 PM

If you are gamingn 4 cores do not alway make much difference from 2. The 7750 is a dual core phenom. Black edition has unlocked multjplier so is easy to overclock.

Mike
March 26, 2009 4:45:39 PM

If You cannot return them then sell on e-bay and buy AMD Phenom II X3 720
March 26, 2009 5:51:16 PM

Both pretty dated, I agree with ainarssems

the 7750 is better all round so if any chose that. Much better in games, it is effectively Phenom X2. It is good value for money considering - but I guess that doesn't bother you, because they were presents.
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March 26, 2009 6:26:41 PM

If you look at the table at http://www.anandtech.com/bench/default.aspx?p=28&p2=78 , you'll see they are pretty close, trading back and forth. Most differences would be hard to notice. That's at stock. The 7750BE may overclock a little better. If the choice were mine, I would choose the newer 7750BE, as it can also take advantage of the higher DDR2-1066 (I don't know if the chart accounts for that).
March 26, 2009 6:58:59 PM

Wisecracker said:
Trade in both of them for this ---->>
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...

im with ya! :D 

but if that isnt an option, then just go with the 7750BE, because ive heard good things about its OCing potential if thats what your gonna be doing. if not, the 7750 is still a newer arctitecture than the 6000+.

hey, im still rockin my 5000+BE
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March 26, 2009 7:22:56 PM

well thanks guys thats my rig then:-
Sapphire 790GX Chipset PC-AM2RS790G Crossfire Hybrid CF Motherboard.....
AMD Athlon X2 7750 Black Edition Dual-Core Processor - 2.70 GHz, 3MB Cache, Socket AM2+, 95W, 65 nm.....
Kingston HyperX Dual Channel Kit - Memory - 4 GB ( 2 x 2 GB ) - DIMM 240-pin - DDR2 - 1066 MHz / PC2-8500 - CL5 - 2.2 V - unbuffered - non-ECC....
OCZ High Power Gamers PSU - 700 Watt Silent 120mm Glowing Blue Fan - Matte Black Finish....
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March 26, 2009 7:52:52 PM

woohoo! happy gaming, and if you do deciede to do some OCing, post again, cause im curious to know how well your chip will do:) 
March 26, 2009 8:41:19 PM

rambo117 said:
woohoo! happy gaming, and if you do deciede to do some OCing, post again, cause im curious to know how well your chip will do:) 



yer man as soon as mobo gets here(typicall ordered thre amazon "out of stock" so amazon recomend ADMI they have one but stil waiting)then amazon get them in for 15 quid cheeper and free next day delivedry

grrrrrrrrrrrrrr :fou:  ....lol....Bobbity.....
March 29, 2009 7:44:59 AM

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He'll never get it past 3.1ghz without an expensive cooler.


no he wont.
ive got my 5000+BE with almost 1.5V in it at 3.25GHZ and im using a crappy thermaltake big typhoon.
the highest ive seen my temps go were around 55C and idle is only 34C
March 31, 2009 7:12:22 AM

I personally think he can OC 7750 easily, i managed to get 3.2 stable using 4heatpipe stock 10quid cooler, and on a cheap Asus 8200 chipset..but temps were pretty high.50 idle/60+ on load, but turn down a little on 3.1Ghz..
March 31, 2009 7:12:31 AM

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April 24, 2009 5:49:14 AM

i have a 7750 BE running at 3.1ghz on a asus m3n78-vm mobo and with a cheap 25 dollar ultra x-wind cooler and ocz freeze compound i idle at 33-36c and with prime 95 stressing it i top out at 57-59c. i got it up to 69c with the stock cooler and immeadiatly shut down fearing failure. Good CPU, Bad STOCK COOLER.
April 24, 2009 4:11:49 PM

stanky1219 said:
i have a 7750 BE running at 3.1ghz on a asus m3n78-vm mobo and with a cheap 25 dollar ultra x-wind cooler and ocz freeze compound i idle at 33-36c and with prime 95 stressing it i top out at 57-59c. i got it up to 69c with the stock cooler and immeadiatly shut down fearing failure. Good CPU, Bad STOCK COOLER.


look like we're the same..try changing heatsink, i just change to Coolermaster GeminII S, 3.2 Ghz load at 50..yeah and the stock heatsink stinks too..
June 29, 2009 6:13:25 PM

silent_scream said:
I don't see where ppl are having so much trouble getting high oc's
i slapped mine in a m4a78 pro with 8 gigs of ram oc'ed to 3.5 stable with only minor voltage bumps, all on the stock heat sink no less.

here is and enclosed photo of all information.

http://s563.photobucket.com/albums/ss77/silent_scream31...

well, every processor is differant, you may have just happened to get a really good one at of the batch.
congrats on your sweet OC though :) 
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June 29, 2009 7:39:50 PM

silent_scream said:
I don't see where ppl are having so much trouble getting high oc's
i slapped mine in a m4a78 pro with 8 gigs of ram oc'ed to 3.5 stable with only minor voltage bumps, all on the stock heat sink no less.

here is and enclosed photo of all information.

http://s563.photobucket.com/albums/ss77/silent_scream31...


Theres a difference between getting to 3.5ghz and getting a stable 3.5ghz for 24/7 usage.
June 29, 2009 11:47:55 PM

Realisticaly, your gonna be looking at 3.1-3.2 Ghz on the 7750, and if your DAMN lucky you can get 3.3-3.4 with the 6000. However, the 7750 is going to be the faster processor after OCing, so thats your winner.

However, I would do some sweet talking and try and get the trade for an X3 720.
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July 9, 2009 6:47:47 AM

In my opinion send back both cpu's and get an x2 550be and unlock it....you will have extra coin to spend on other parts...
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