Pentium e5200 vs e5300

I purchase a hp media server ex 490 with a celeron 2.2 ghz 64 bit processor , and want to upgrade the processor to a pentium e5200, 2.5 ghz 64 bit or e5300 2.6 ghz 64 bit. But im not sure of the difference.
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  1. 2.5ghz vs 2.6ghz
  2. Yep, also: 10.5x vs 11x multiplier
  3. thus the 2.5 vs 2.6, lol
  4. E5300 is better.

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  5. It took FOUR posts to tell him that 2.6 was better than 2.5? LMAO!!!
  6. Thats alright im new to this maybe the e5400 will even be better.
  7. Yes, the E5400 has a multiplier of 13.5 and thus a clockspeed of 2.7Ghz.

    Bluescreendeath said:
    Yep, also: 10.5x vs 11x multiplier


    The E5200 has a multiplier of 12.5x and the E5300 has a multiplier of 13x.
  8. djcoolmasterx said:
    Yes, the E5400 has a multiplier of 13.5 and thus a clockspeed of 2.7Ghz.
    The E5200 has a multiplier of 12.5x and the E5300 has a multiplier of 13x.



    yep, my bad. I knew for sure the E5300 was .5 higher but must've been thinking of other cpus for the base value.
  9. the e5200 has been clocked higher then the e5300



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  10. All chips have vary in quality. Since they both use the same architecture, it could be just a case of that E5200 being higher binned than the E5300.
  11. Oh, yeah we must have missed the part that he was going to overclock his HP server computer to the point the binning matters... LMAO!!!
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