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redcrypt

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Im deciding between 2 CPU's.... one is faster but one is a 5x winner on newegg. Here are my two choices.
http://www.newegg.co...N82E16819115017

http://www.newegg.co...N82E16819115131

I will use it for light gaming but want it to last also.

I would appreciate anyones advice as to which to get and why. For the price it seems like the 2.66 is a better deal.
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ChevyManUSA

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If your system supports it I would suggest ordering the Q9400. The main advantages (other than clock speed) of Q9400 over the Q6600 is that the Q9400 has a faster FSB of 1333MHz and is built on a 45nm chip. These advantages make the Q9400 worth the extra $30 dollars.

Using the customer choice award between these two processors is not fair, seeing that the Q6600 has been out longer (approx. 14 months).
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