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    Mike Fishcake
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    Toms Hardware CPU charts

    Toms Hardware Guide seems to have updated it's charts for the summer:

    http://www23.tomshardware.com/cpu.html

    Been waiting for that, as I've been deciding whether to go for an C2D E6400 or an X2 4600. However, on the last page of the actual introductory article:

    http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/2006/0..._uk/page4.html

    If I click the link at the bottom, it takes me to the old Spring chart. I've tried it on 2 seperate PCs, force refreshed, but that particular URL is still only using the old chart.

    I emailed them to let them know, and they got back to me saying that it was all working properly

    Am I going mad, is there something wrong with my network, or are they wrong?

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    my Socket A chip is so old...

    (link seems to do as you say and go to older version of the charts...)
    Last edited by jamena; 21-08-2006 at 10:57 AM.

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    woohoo 2 in the top 10 for fear benchmark

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamena
    my Socket A chip is so old...
    My current CPU isn't on the new list either....

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    it must've taken them a long time to build up all those benchmarks:S

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    The lack of the E6300 within the benchmarks is rather annoying tho.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eek
    The lack of the E6300 within the benchmarks is rather annoying tho.
    hell yeah the 820 makes it why not E6300

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