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Old 06-13-2005, 03:46 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Originally posted by Foyman
You guys are saying the Venice is better but why is the Winchester more expensive?

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Probably has more to do with economics.. i.e. venice demand hasn't yet caught up with production and demand for winchester is still strong even though its being phased out. It will right itself in time, I would guess

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Old 06-13-2005, 06:30 PM   #13 (permalink)
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Maybe it was the quality of the silicon? Maybe they're using silicate now?
If you had done some research when the venice cores first came out, you would have read that both the venices and SDs use a different silicon architecture thus improving the overclockability by quite a bit........I forgot the exact name they used for the way the silicon was being used, but it does infact have to do with it's architecture being changed.

As far as venices running hotter than winnies, I havent really heard too much about this, but considering the venices are hitting 2.8-3GHz with either insane air solutions or decent water solutions I'd say I can tolerate a couple degrees hotter for the trade in OC'ing

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