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    Intel C2D E6320/E6420 chips - any reviews yet?

    Or has anyone experienced them yet?

    I wanna know if they OC as well as the E4300s.

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    well the 4300's fsb walla t about 400 for most of em

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    Its still 3.6ghz though for under £100
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    if youve got teh cooling - and they do tend to need a mammoth of volts at over 3ghz (i need 1.24 to get to 3Ghz wheas an e6300 will do it on lower voltage im told, but not so much now as they are the Q stepping (allendale)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clunk View Post
    Its still 3.6ghz though for under £100
    The lower FSB of the E4300 means you can use cheap memory and a cheaper motherboard too!!

    You do not need to even overclock ddr2 800mhz to get 3.6ghz!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CAT-THE-FIFTH View Post
    The lower FSB of the E4300 means you can use cheap memory and a cheaper motherboard too!!

    You do not need to even overclock ddr2 800mhz to get 3.6ghz!!
    Thanks for the info.
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