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E6300, any good?


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mozzer11

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I've heard good things about this processor, especially for the price. I was wondering if it would be a good choice for a medium spec gaming machine?
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The E6300 is a definate must for the budget gaming pc, the biggest and most attractive thing about this processor for me personally and why i bought it was the headroom it has for overclock with a good processor and good ram. I have seen overclocks from the 1.8 ghz its rated at to 3.3ghz, so the head room of this processor is unbelievable and overclocked it can compete with the E6600 easily and depending on the amount of overclock can even compete with the E6800.
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The E6300 is a definate must for the budget gaming pc, the biggest and most attractive thing about this processor for me personally and why i bought it was the headroom it has for overclock with a good processor and good ram. I have seen overclocks from the 1.8 ghz its rated at to 3.3ghz, so the head room of this processor is unbelievable and overclocked it can compete with the E6600 easily and depending on the amount of overclock can even compete with the E6800.


but then again, it can only compete with those CPUs if they arent overclocked. If it tries to stay with an overclocked E6800, it's gonna fry its little transistors. :whistling:

the best bang for the buck is the E6600. It's 2.4Ghz, but what really sets it apart is double the L2 cache of the E6300 or E6400.
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