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Best bang for buck

By ingeborgdot
Sep 1, 2006
  1. X2 3800 -152
    X2 4200-187
    X2 4400 - 231

    Which has the best bang for the buck?
     
  2. MetalX

    MetalX TechSpot Chancellor Posts: 1,388

    Best bang for the buck is none of those. Best bang for the buck is a Core2 Duo E6300. $193, and when overclocked it pwns an FX-62. When not overclocked it pwns ALL of the processors you mentioned. But if you want to know which one of THOSE processors is best bang, its the X2 4200.
     
  3. korrupt

    korrupt TS Rookie Posts: 716

    MetalX is quite correct in both his statement. If you are hellbend on getting an AMD, wait a few months (upto a year) for AMD to release a better CPU.

    Regards,

    Korrupt
     
  4. ingeborgdot

    ingeborgdot TechSpot Paladin Topic Starter Posts: 434

    I asked for one of these. I already have a 939 board. I just want a new processor. Would I see a performance increase with the 4200 or 4400 over my 3700 that I will use for video editing?
     
  5. ingeborgdot

    ingeborgdot TechSpot Paladin Topic Starter Posts: 434

    Would I see a performance increase with the 4200 or 4400 over my 3700 that I will use for video editing?
     
  6. Didou

    Didou Bowtie extraordinair! Posts: 4,274

    If that application happens to be multi-threaded, yes. Look at a few review sites & look for the video rendering sections of their articles.
     
  7. ingeborgdot

    ingeborgdot TechSpot Paladin Topic Starter Posts: 434

    Will my Zalman CNPS-7000B-CU work on the 4400 or do I need a new one?
     
  8. Mirob

    Mirob TechSpot Paladin Posts: 462

    Yes, the Zalman CNPS-7000B-CU will work fine.
     
  9. ingeborgdot

    ingeborgdot TechSpot Paladin Topic Starter Posts: 434

    Is there a better one than that?
     
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