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IS pentium d 935 better than pentium dual core e5300?

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May 2, 2011 1:58:01 PM

I want to change my processor but my budget is very low.. The two processors i found out were the d935 with 3.2Ghz n 4mb cache.. and a pentium dual core 2.6Ghz 2mb cache.. which one is better? i cant find any benchmarks regarding the two processors... kindly tell me which one is better..?
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May 2, 2011 2:18:18 PM

Pentium Dual Core E5300 is better.
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May 2, 2011 2:20:22 PM

how?? i mean d935's cache is 4mb which must b faster than the e5300...
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May 2, 2011 2:24:50 PM

Cache does not matter.Architecture does.The Pentium Dual core is based on newer architecture(Penryn, 45nm) and is faster than the pentium D which is 65 nm technology.
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May 2, 2011 2:25:55 PM

and im also looking for a video card.. i have a stock 305 watt psu of dell dimensions e520.. my PC is not over loaded.. there is one hardrive, two dimms of ram.. i have choice for 3 cards.. hd 5670, 5750 and 5770... which one should i purchase?
my psu has a six pin connector with it as the PSU is of gx620..
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May 2, 2011 2:28:05 PM

Which PSU do you really have?
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May 2, 2011 2:30:25 PM

I have a 305watt psu.. with one six pin connector... the psu is of dell gx620...
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May 2, 2011 2:31:16 PM

Tamz_msc said:
Cache does not matter.Architecture does.The Pentium Dual core is based on newer architecture(Penryn, 45nm) and is faster than the pentium D which is 65 nm technology.

ok thnx.. may be i should look forward to e5300
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May 2, 2011 2:32:11 PM

Even though it has one six pin connector, to be on the safe side go for the HD 5670.
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May 2, 2011 2:36:52 PM

actually my brother is not the favor of changing the psu.. cz he thinks dell's psu are solid and reliable while others are not.. if i upgrade my psu a bit then i can look for the hd 5750 and 5770.. what should i do.? will changing the psu bring any harm to my computer??
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May 3, 2011 4:31:43 AM

Yes, Dell computers generally have good PSUs. You can even try the HD 5750 if you wish, but as I said its better to be on the safe side.
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May 3, 2011 4:51:59 AM

The 305W should have 22A (264W) total. The TDP of the 5750 is 76W. This should leave 188W for everything else. The TDP of the E5300 is 65W. You'd still have over 100W for everything else, and they won't take that much. You'll be fine with the 5750.

I agree that the E5300 is a better CPU. Those P4s are junk.
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