Buy a 2.6c (800mhz) or 2.8c(800mhz)???

That is the question. Upgrade time and both of these are about the same price. Which is better and easier to overclock? Any thoughts?

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  1. Buy the 2.8C. With Abit IS7 Mobo.
  2. 2.8C

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  3. The 2.8C overclocks good.
  4. if similar in price, of course you go for the higher mhz!
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  5. 2.8C usually overclocks higher.

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  6. 2.8c since it is barely any more expensive. Any of the 800mhz FSB processors in that range (2.4c, 2.6c, 2.8c) will OC quite well.

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