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    Question Which one is better? Bigger FSB or bigger Clock speed.

    I want to purchase a CPU, but i am confused about FSB and clock speed.

    Suppose i have two options,
    Intel Core 2 Duo 2.33 GHz 1333 MHz FSB
    Intel Core 2 Duo 3.00 GHz 800 MHz FSB

    Which one will give me better performance???
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    Default Re: Which one is better? Bigger FSB or bigger Clock speed.

    i'd prefer FSB. coz that will speed up whole system including motherboard, RAM etc.

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    Default Re: Which one is better? Bigger FSB or bigger Clock speed.

    ofcourse, 2.33 GHz 1333 MHz FSB is better..
    aar ekhon cpu kinte gele at least 1066MHz FSB er cpu kinben..
    seeing is believing..

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    Default Re: Which one is better? Bigger FSB or bigger Clock speed.

    Thank You...... I will keep that in mind.......

    If i purchase 2.66 GHz 1333 MHz FSB Processor then how much clockspeed i will get after overclocking with default CPU cooler???
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    Default Re: Which one is better? Bigger FSB or bigger Clock speed.

    fsb increase of 533mhz will give a general increase of around 5 - 8% at those speeds (provided the two processors are based on the same core)

    so the general idea is, subtract around 250 mhz clockspeed for 533 fsb. The 3ghz 800fsb core2 will be generally equal to a 2.75ghz 1333fsb core2

    but some applications depend on fsb more than the others. i merely gave a weighted average, let me know for what applicatios the cpu will be used more, i will focus on them and let you know

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    Default Re: Which one is better? Bigger FSB or bigger Clock speed.

    Taile amar E8400 kamon? 1333FSB with 3.00GHz clock speed?


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    Default Re: Which one is better? Bigger FSB or bigger Clock speed.

    Amar kase FSB/Clock 2tai bogus mone hoy. Shobchey valo Pentium 4 533FSB, 1.6 GHz.!


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    Default Re: Which one is better? Bigger FSB or bigger Clock speed.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mazhar View Post
    fsb increase of 533mhz will give a general increase of around 5 - 8% at those speeds (provided the two processors are based on the same core)

    so the general idea is, subtract around 250 mhz clockspeed for 533 fsb. The 3ghz 800fsb core2 will be generally equal to a 2.75ghz 1333fsb core2

    but some applications depend on fsb more than the others. i merely gave a weighted average, let me know for what applicatios the cpu will be used more, i will focus on them and let you know
    Actually i will use heavy applications like Adobe Photoshop CS3, Illustrator CS3.
    And mostly for games.

    So what will be better???
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    Talking Re: Which one is better? Bigger FSB or bigger Clock speed.

    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
    Actually i will use heavy applications like Adobe Photoshop CS3, Illustrator CS3.
    And mostly for games.

    So what will be better???
    I think higher clock rate + more processor cores is better for both of the apps.....
    A Core 2 Quad is gonna be real good fro those apps....

    but for gaming u need higher clock rate with higher frequency... games can't use more then two cores...........
    A Core 2 Duo (1333) is gonna be good for this task........

    but if u need to do both go for a 1333MHz Core 2 Quad.....................

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    Default Re: Which one is better? Bigger FSB or bigger Clock speed.

    Quote Originally Posted by coldfire7 View Post
    but if u need to do both go for a 1333MHz Core 2 Quad.....................

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    Post Re: Which one is better? Bigger FSB or bigger Clock speed.

    Quote Originally Posted by TE.CREATOR View Post
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    Default Re: Which one is better? Bigger FSB or bigger Clock speed.

    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
    Actually i will use heavy applications like Adobe Photoshop CS3, Illustrator CS3.
    And mostly for games.

    So what will be better???
    these applications, and other graphics editing applications will in general have around a 5% increase in performance for 533mhz difference in fsb.

    gaming is usually less fsb dependent, but they vary from game to game. for example crysis is very less fsb dependent, whereas supreme commander may show gains upto 7% or so. keep in mind, this game scales past 2 cores, so gaming is becoming more multithreaded nowadays

    in the end, i think for your tasks a 3.0ghz 800fsb cpu would be faster than the 2.33 1333fsb. but then again, these particular combinations of cpu and fsb are not available in the market, so we are only asssuming the speeds

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    Default Re: Which one is better? Bigger FSB or bigger Clock speed.

    First of all, Thank You Guyz for your support.
    Quote Originally Posted by coldfire7
    but if u need to do both go for a 1333MHz Core 2 Quad.....................
    Quote Originally Posted by TE.CREATOR
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    Quote Originally Posted by coldfire7
    poisa gasé dhora na pressé print koré.........
    Bhai my budget is limited. only Tk 15000. So i think i will not be able to purchase a core 2 quad 1333 fsb cpu.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mazhar View Post
    these applications, and other graphics editing applications will in general have around a 5% increase in performance for 533mhz difference in fsb.

    gaming is usually less fsb dependent, but they vary from game to game. for example crysis is very less fsb dependent, whereas supreme commander may show gains upto 7% or so. keep in mind, this game scales past 2 cores, so gaming is becoming more multithreaded nowadays

    in the end, i think for your tasks a 3.0ghz 800fsb cpu would be faster than the 2.33 1333fsb. but then again, these particular combinations of cpu and fsb are not available in the market, so we are only asssuming the speeds
    I definitely will not buy 800 MHz FSB CPU. I will buy either 1066 MHz or 1333 MHz FSB CPU.
    And my budget is also limited only Tk 15,000.
    So in this price range which one should i choose???
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    Default Re: Which one is better? Bigger FSB or bigger Clock speed.

    if its 15000, i would say get the Q6600 at a bit more (16,000 if im not mistaken?)

    fsb/clock speed is less important than 2 cores, and as i said, everything will become more multithreaded over time, so the performance increases quad core gives will increase in time. 2.4ghz at a 1066mhz fsb would be enough for most applications anyways

    edit: and ur welcome

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    Default Re: Which one is better? Bigger FSB or bigger Clock speed.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mazhar View Post
    if its 15000, i would say get the Q6600 at a bit more (16,000 if im not mistaken?)

    fsb/clock speed is less important than 2 cores, and as i said, everything will become more multithreaded over time, so the performance increases quad core gives will increase in time. 2.4ghz at a 1066mhz fsb would be enough for most applications anyways

    edit: and ur welcome
    I will try to buy that if its only tk 1000 more.
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    Default Re: Which one is better? Bigger FSB or bigger Clock speed.

    Photoshops latest version can use the Grafix card to render images. The FSB doesnt really matter as much as Clock speed does.

    Ur question was which to chose:
    Suppose i have two options,
    Intel Core 2 Duo 2.33 GHz 1333 MHz FSB
    Intel Core 2 Duo 3.00 GHz 800 MHz FSB

    The Core2 Duo 3.00 Ghz 800Mhz FSB is faster!!! So I would recommend this!
    And Dont spend so much on CPU ... Spend On the GPU!

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    Default Re: Which one is better? Bigger FSB or bigger Clock speed.

    Now i am really confused.
    Everyone has different opinion.
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    Default Re: Which one is better? Bigger FSB or bigger Clock speed.

    get an Core2Duo E8400.. that's a good processor..
    seeing is believing..

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    Default Re: Which one is better? Bigger FSB or bigger Clock speed.

    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
    Now i am really confused.
    Everyone has different opinion.
    i said the same thing aswell, clock speed matters more than the fsb

    but nothing matters more than two extra cores. so for your budget, get the Q6600

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    Default Re: Which one is better? Bigger FSB or bigger Clock speed.

    Ok thanks........
    If i can i will take Q6600.......
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