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|21st August 2008, 12:22||#1|
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Intel E8200 vs E8600: E8600 Wins!
The largest role with the purchase will play the use. If a buyer does not have air on over clocks, then he buys in all probability the cheapest model, no matter how fast he is clocked. As soon as it concerns Overclocking, one will look for the CCU with a high multiplicator, thus the models E8400, E8500 and E8600. With a FSB of 500 MHz and the adjusted Multi already clearly different clock rates come thereby raus. 4500 MHz should have to be mastered with air cooling, whereby with approximately 1,4 V tension, which is needed for it, a water cooling would be better. Possible 4750 and 5000 MHz with the E8500 and E8600 are model dependent. Some will not create it, some.
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