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Re: E2180 vs Q6600 vs E8400 (gaming)

Stephen Parnicky
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      06-11-2008, 10:06 AM
I can vouche for the Q6600. I've got mine running at 3.4 GHz and run Crysis
full settings on HD 3870 full settings in Crysis, at relatively good speed.
It is full speed for the gameplay, but as for video there is some
stuttering. Other games run full speed with full settings also. I say go
for the extra cores. The Q6600 is still Overclockable to upto around 3.6
and upwards with watercooling. A 1 GHz overclock with a fan that cost me 50
dollars. I just basically made my computer futureproof for the newer games.

"Beverly" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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> Which outta these would be the best bang for the buck for gaming?
> Obviously would overclock all of them.
> Prices are if memory serves me correctly
> 2180-$70
> 8400-$199
> 6600-$214
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