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Processor Differences

kohlersc

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Jul 23, 2007
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Ok so I understand in general that faster processors are better...and if I understand correctly the ones with a faster FSB is also better.

So anyone willing to help me understand what the difference is between these 4 and why the two that I think would be the best are also the cheapest? Or is it just lucky and therefore a no brainer that I would get one of the 6750 or 6850 processors as shown below.

Thank you.

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myocardia

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Jun 21, 2003
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There's really no differences in the actual cpu's, at least with the E6700 vs. the E6750. However, you do get a slight performance advantage with the E6750, because of the higher RAM speed: E6700 vs. E6750 article. And the reason that the E6700's are so much more expensive is that they were bought at a higher price. It's pretty sick how much profit each of those stores/websites were making from each E6600 & E6700, isn't it?
 

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