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GV-N550WF2-1Gi + E5300 O.C@3.50GHz or G620@2.60GHz

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June 14, 2012 5:19:16 PM

Hello,
Which is better for handle my GV-N550WF2-1Gi?
Intel Dual Core E5300 O.C@3.50GHz or Intel Pentium G620@2.60GHz?Acctually im not expert on benchmarking then i have limited tools for doing all those thing :) 

My spec is:
-GA-G41M-Combo
-Intel E5300@3.50Ghz O.C
-2 X 2G Corsair CMXG2GX3M1A1333C9
-2x Western Digital 7200/500Gb
-PoweRock 500W GE-N500A-C2

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-GA-H61M-S1
-Intel Pentium G620@2.60GHz
-2 X 2G Corsair CMXG2GX3M1A1333C9
-2x Western Digital 7200/500Gb
-PoweRock 500W GE-N500A-C2

My Ram DC to 1067 on this mobo :( 
So prosessor is better with DDR3 value ram and this gpu?Btw no bottleneck problem on my this 2 cpu to handle this gpu?
I fell this 2 prosessors have same perfomance almost 90% /- on gaming and do basic things.Even E5300 O.C to 3.50GHz vs G620 sandy bridge on stock 2.60GHz.This make me comfuse.
Help...just a simple comment from u guys..
E5300 O.C or G620 Stock with this GPU*

Thank you.

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a b à CPUs
June 14, 2012 5:36:31 PM

G620.

Why do you ask?

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a b à CPUs
June 14, 2012 5:42:50 PM

Their performance is very close even though there is such a huge difference in frequency.Thats because the G620 uses a much more advanced architecture performs better per clock cycle (MHZ).

None of them will bottleneck your 550 Ti significantly.

I would get the G620 because it consumes much less power and has an upgrade path to Sandy/Ivy Bridge.
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June 14, 2012 5:57:30 PM

If you already have the E5300 system stay with it. If you are looking to make a purchase decision, go for the G620 system. The E5300 (stock) is a couple tiers below the G620:
http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/gaming-cpu-review-o...
But O/C'd, the E5300 would probably get pretty close to it in performance. Like mentioned above, neither one will be much of a bottleneck (if any) on the GTX550ti.
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June 14, 2012 6:05:46 PM

I agree, neither setup is going to really bottleneck a low end video card like a GTX550ti.
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June 25, 2012 2:34:58 AM

I already have G620...
Right now i feel the perfomance between g620 at stock and e5300 at 3.66GHz (O.C) is 90% same at gaming and multitasking..
Right now i want to knw which is the best for me to use on my GTX 550 ti?
E5300@3.66GHz(O.C) OR G620@2.60GHz (Stock) for overall perfomance?benchmarking etc.. :D 

Need simple suggession from you guys.Help me choose the right cpu between this two cpus...Thats all....E5300 O.C OR g620 STOCK!!
Help!!!!! :pt1cable: 
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June 25, 2012 2:35:55 AM

Best answer selected by zadt_pro.
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