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Is the Celeron E3400 2.6GHz worth £7+ more than the Celeron E3300 2.5GHz?

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6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago
Looking for a cheap muck-a-about dual core min. 2GHz Thanks :-)
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6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago
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They are probably both exactly the same CPU, just one with a 3300 badge on it, the other with a 3400 badge on it.

When Intel make a CPU they test it to see what speed they can run it at, if it runs at one speed they put that badge on it, if it runs at a faster speed they put a different badge on it.

A small overclock should allow the 3300 to run at the same speed as the 3400.

But even if you dont you will probably hardly notice the difference.

A PC performance is much more than just pure CPU speed.
1 Like #2
why a celeron, why not a core2duo
#3
depends how much u value £7, either chip wont make a difference in speed but if u like higher numbers lol then go for the top one
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guilbert53;7830967
They are probably both exactly the same CPU, just one with a 3300 badge on it, the other with a 3400 badge on it.

When Intel make a CPU they test it to see what speed they can run it at, if it runs at one speed they put that badge on it, if it runs at a faster speed they put a different badge on it.

A small overclock should allow the 3300 to run at the same speed as the 3400.

But even if you dont you will probably hardly notice the difference.

A PC performance is much more than just pure CPU speed.

:thinking: k, repped left :thumbsup:
#5
wickedteen;7831022
why a celeron, why not a core2duo

needs to be very cheap, ie celeron :-D
or a E5200 @ £36 :thinking:
#6
muffin247;7831045
depends how much u value £7, either chip wont make a difference in speed but if u like higher numbers lol then go for the top one

Higher Number! That's what's bugging me. :thinking: repped :thumbsup:
#7
dcx_badass;7831129
How much is it? Get a Pentium Dual Core from ebuyer for about £50 - 60 (2.9ghz) depending on the speed. It's a core 2 duo, just with less cache, much better buy.

ta :) can get a E5200 for £36 :-D :thinking: repped :thumbsup:
#8
dcx_badass
How much is it? Get a Pentium Dual Core from ebuyer for about £50 - 60 (2.9ghz) depending on the speed. It's a core 2 duo, just with less cache, much better buy.


So are the dual-core celerons.

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