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Old 12-19-2006, 12:25 AM   #11 (permalink)
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o so funny, I have seen PROOF of 2.9 plus with an e6300.


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Old 12-19-2006, 12:40 AM   #12 (permalink)
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1000 vs 1100. not seein the difference here...and...
im not seeing the link to the proof , bro.
my whole point(not that the intel crew will accept it) is that everyone jumps on the wagon and says, "conroe rules! amd sucks!", and that just aint the case.
i love my winny. i'd love a conroe, too. but an e 6300 is not a better buy than a 4200, and thats just the way it, no forum, or not. you cant find an unbiased review or report (which is irrelevant anyway) that tells me otherwise. sorry. my 4200 pounds your 6300. sorry.
now, if someone said..."i'll give you my e6600 for your 4200, i'd say '**** yah'. but if they offered the 6300, i'd say, 'hmmmmm...'
i've seen PROOF of amd 3800 at 6,000 megawatts with trilithium crystal power too, man.

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