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|12th November 2005, 14:08||#1|
Intel 478 or LGA775?
if you had to choose between a :
Intel 3.0E socket 478
with DFI 875-B motherboard
Intel 3.4 socket T
with an intel i915p motherboard
if both systems are stock,both at 3.0ghz and 800fsb,wich one is the fastest?
i know, the intel wont oc a millimeter but i want to know about stock performance?
greetings and thx
|12th November 2005, 14:52||#2|
Join Date: Jun 2002
The 3.4 Ghz will be faster.
The new socket makes no performance defference at equal clock speeds. The Intel board has the budget minded version of the intelchipset, but that makes less influence.
So the 3.4 GHz will be faster.
|12th November 2005, 15:07||#4|
Join Date: Jun 2002
There are socket 775 boards around with PCI-E (PCI - express)
(PCIX is server / High end 64 Bit PCI)
It certainly isn't slow, and yes more futureproof then 478 (that's end off life). But an A64 setup will run cooler AND faster. For -probably - a lower price.
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