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  • Which is the better processor?

    Which one is the best for the price and quality?

    Intel Pentium D 935 Presler 3.2GHz 2 x 2MB L2 Cache LGA 775 95W Dual-Core Processor
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16819116262

    or

    Intel Pentium E2200 Allendale 2.2GHz 1MB L2 Cache LGA 775 65W Dual-Core Processor
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16819116063

  • #2
    Re: Which is the better processor?

    The second one.

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    • #3
      Re: Which is the better processor?

      The second one u can overclock on stock everything to the speed of the first one, and out perform a processor 3 times that price.
      Oyee

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      • #4
        Re: Which is the better processor?

        http://www23.tomshardware.com/cpu_2007.html

        Charts for older CPU models are in menu to the right.

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        • #5
          Re: Which is the better processor?

          If i have a Intel Based Motherboard can I change it to accept AMD processors?
          Cause i think that they have a larger FSB and are cheaper and more high quality than Intel

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          • #6
            Re: Which is the better processor?

            Can Anybody tell me if this is a ATX full or Mid tower motherboard compatibility?
            http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/d...623519&lang=en

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              Re: Which is the better processor?

              Originally posted by |TG|Marine Hotshot View Post
              If i have a Intel Based Motherboard can I change it to accept AMD processors?
              Cause i think that they have a larger FSB and are cheaper and more high quality than Intel
              No you cant put an AMD processor on an Intel motherboard or vice versa. As far as quality vs. price.....The AMD v. Intel argument is about as complex as Nvidia v. ATI. In my experience the AMD processors have always been a good buy. The only trade off is the AMD processors tend not to be as energy efficient and thus run hotter.

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              • #8
                Re: Which is the better processor?

                No I mean can I switch the motherboard I have now and put in a AMD compatible motherboard with an AM2(probably AM2+) slot.

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                • #9
                  Re: Which is the better processor?

                  Originally posted by |TG|Marine Hotshot View Post
                  No I mean can I switch the motherboard I have now and put in a AMD compatible motherboard with an AM2(probably AM2+) slot.
                  Yeah. You can swap parts out of computers as long as the new configuration is compatible (ie. motherboard supports the CPU and RAM you want to use). So if you want to switch to AMD, you'll have to get a new motherboard that supports AMD CPUs. I don't know if your case is ATX compatible though but you can always get a new case that does meet ATX standards.

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                  • #10
                    Re: Which is the better processor?

                    Originally posted by =Sarc= View Post
                    I don't know if your case is ATX compatible though but you can always get a new case that does meet ATX standards.
                    The thing is I want to save money unless you know of any good cases that come with a efficient power supply to run GeForce 8 series GPU's

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                    • #11
                      Re: Which is the better processor?

                      I thought you just got the computer in the other thread, the Compaq?

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                        Re: Which is the better processor?

                        Originally posted by |TG|Marine Hotshot View Post
                        The thing is I want to save money unless you know of any good cases that come with a efficient power supply to run GeForce 8 series GPU's
                        Most of the PSUs that come with cases aren't designed to handle heavy loads like the 8800 series cards. You're better off spending the $50 or so dollars on a reliable PSU. Some good brands to look at: FSP (Fortron Source)/SPI/Sparkle, Seasonic, Corsair, Antec, Enermax, Zippy, and Thermaltake.
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                        • #13
                          Re: Which is the better processor?

                          Although Antec does make fairly sturdy cases in my experience.
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                          • #14
                            Re: Which is the better processor?

                            Originally posted by Bamboo View Post
                            I thought you just got the computer in the other thread, the Compaq?
                            Dude please dont come here and say something if you dont know about it first why dont you read before you post

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                            • #15
                              Re: Which is the better processor?

                              Originally posted by |TG|Marine Hotshot View Post
                              Dude please dont come here and say something if you dont know about it first why dont you read before you post
                              Are you kidding me? I have read all your threads. Even the one about your grandmother giving you some money. I know a LOT about computers and could answer just about any question you might have, if you actually had a question.

                              You don't know what you want, and have 4 open threads running on random things that should be just 1 thread. You are wasting people's time, people would be happy to help but not just waste their effort.

                              And I will remind you what you said above.

                              Originally posted by |TG|Marine Hotshot View Post
                              If i have a Intel Based Motherboard can I change it to accept AMD processors?
                              Cause i think that they have a larger FSB and are cheaper and more high quality than Intel
                              intel=intel
                              amd=amd

                              Yes you can completly switch out the whole motherboard, if that is what you were trying to ask, but why when you are trying to put in a < $100 cpu. Would be a total waste.

                              Get your stories strait, then come back here and you will find help.
                              Maybe a forum mod can combine these threads.

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