pentium EE 3.4ghz dual-core or core2duo e6400 2.13ghz?

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    tech_your_present New Member

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    hi,i'm new here
    i urgently require a new gaming rig,
    should i opt for the pentium D 945 3.4ghz or the core2duo 2.13ghz?
    the c2d basically costs $275 and the EE costs $225(in my area)
    which one can perform better,and from what i've heard they can be overclocked,how do i do that?
    please reply!!
     
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    get a core2duo..if u think the price diff s tooo much then try 4 the e6300
    btw let mehul see this :))
     
  3. AmbarD

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    get the conroe
    also try if u can overclock it
     
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    @pathiks i don't think the price diff. is too much but whos mehul?
    @AmbarD i'd overclock it but how do you do that?
     
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    hey its a dangeroues thing
    if u dont know how to do it,
    be CAREFUL as u might damage ur proc/gfx card
     
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    benchmarks show that the conroe is significantly better but that may not be the case in real
     
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    1) I would choose any C2D over any previous Intel and mostly any AMD CPU as well especially with overclocker motherboard.

    2)Overclock your way through, shouldn't be harmful if the system can take it and if done with care.
     
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