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Old 05-31-2007, 05:28 PM   #31 (permalink)
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In retrospect, it depends on the specific test. Id imagine that anything involving folding or The GPU the C2D should outright win. But prehpaps in SuperPI the Pentium @ 8 Ghz May beat out the C2D. I doubt will will ever know.
E4300 1.8GHz beats Pentium D 960 3.6GHz in most cases

1.8 is half of 3.6

4 is half of 8

So, E6600 @4.0GHz should beat Pentium4 @8.0GHz in almost everything
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I'm guessing a P4@8GHz, can be compared to a 3-4GHz C2D?
I'm pretty sure that C2D@4Ghz can be compared not only to P4@8GHz but even to PD@8GHz
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Depends on what processor you're overclocking with.

And I don't think, the processor burned out, because they overclocked that CPU, previously to 8GHz, and later on OCed it, to 8.180GHz for the current record.

I wonder, can a processor burn out, if it's being cooled by LN2? I would imagine, it would be difficult to.
CPUs can die because of excessive volts whatever temperature they are at.

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