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Old 01-31-2008, 03:40 PM   #21 (permalink)
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q9450 because its multiplier is higher and its got more cache
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9300/9450/9550 are all 1333 FSB. The only difference between them is the amount of cache and the multiplier.
which new processors will be 1600 FSB? i havent followed th cpu market much lately
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the qx9770 and qx9775

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the qx9770 and qx9775

wtf why the Qx9775 way more expensive? and it seems identical to the Qx9770, is the 9775 for desktops and the 9770 for servers/skulltrail right?
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but then your talking stupid amounts of money for (in my mind)not a great deal more its just +267 fsb difference and why pay $869 difference for it (taking the Q9550 & QX9770 as compare)

i'll be happy with a Q9450 its in my price range and best thing there (without a stupid price)

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but then your talking stupid amounts of money for (in my mind)not a great deal more its just +267 fsb difference and why pay $869 difference for it (taking the Q9550 & QX9770 as compare)

i'll be happy with a Q9450 its in my price range and best thing there (without a stupid price)

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only thing i see would be higher FSB, and unlocked multipliers.
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only thign i see would be higher FSB, and unlocked multipliers.
bu at that price would it be worth it
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maybe if i was going for a 3dmark world record or something, which i wont be im still waiting for skullteail, hopefully one of my contacts can grab one of these.
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maybe if i was going for a 3dmark world record or something, which i wont be im still waiting for skullteail, hopefully one of my contacts can grab one of these.
i'm just glad i'm on my way to building my pc i got a third of the parts already

i am just glad my 4th xbox 360 was useful in getting the 1TB of HDD space i have now
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