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    Default E5400 Vs E7400

    Simple thread, need suggestion.

    E5400: Score 1801
    + Cheaper
    + VT-x

    E7400: Score 1919
    + 1mb cache
    + 266Mhz fsb
    + 0.1Ghz clock

    I don't have near future upgrade plan. I don't OC. Any noticeable performance change with E7400 upgrading from E5400 (gpu-HD4770)?
    Also have a question what is VT-x?

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    Last edited by abir; December 2nd, 2011 at 02:27.

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    Default Re: E5400 Vs E7400

    E7400 with a pair of 1066 RAM.

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    Default Re: E5400 Vs E7400

    Quote Originally Posted by Infracted View Post
    E7400 with a pair of 1066 RAM.
    Forgot to mention my 4GB RAMs are DDRII 800Mhz.
    Don't have motherboard/RAM upgrade plan also.

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    Default Re: E5400 Vs E7400

    Ohhhho sorry, didnt notice that your mobo is 41 which doesnt natively support 1066ram, however, e7400 is still a better choice.

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    Default Re: E5400 Vs E7400

    VT-x is virtualisation. I can explain it but you might as well just read this.

    If the cost difference is very little, like say 500 - 600 tk, go for it. Otherwise its a no for me.

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    Default Re: E5400 Vs E7400

    Quote Originally Posted by abir View Post
    Simple thread, need suggestion.

    E5400: Score 1801
    + Cheaper
    + VT-x

    E7400: Score 1919
    + 1mb cache
    + 266Mhz fsb
    + 0.1Ghz clock

    I don't have near future upgrade plan. I don't OC. Any noticeable performance change with E7400 upgrading from E5400 (gpu-HD4770)?
    Also have a question what is VT-x?

    @@nonymous @Mazhar @Muradd9 @musvi @Arif69 +others
    A slight improvement might be....but i don't think that it will be noticeable in gaming...not worthwhile at all......
    VT-x is a facility that allows multiple OS to simultaneously share X64 processor resources in a safe and efficient way....unecessary thing....

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    Quote Originally Posted by abir View Post
    Simple thread, need suggestion.

    E5400: Score 1801
    + Cheaper
    + VT-x

    E7400: Score 1919
    + 1mb cache
    + 266Mhz fsb
    + 0.1Ghz clock

    I don't have near future upgrade plan. I don't OC. Any noticeable performance change with E7400 upgrading from E5400 (gpu-HD4770)?
    Also have a question what is VT-x?

    @@nonymous @Mazhar @Muradd9 @musvi @Arif69 +others
    bro thing is, apnar upgrade ta ki rokom na jene bola ta difficult je weather 118 score point(slight system performance gain) gain for buying E7400 is worth or not, but generally E7400 holo E5400 theke newer built processor and definitely newer architecture manei something good then previous and that extra 1mb cache is the sweet spot of that cpu and jehetu apni already http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...7400-vs.-E5400 link refer korechen then amar r beshi kichu bolar nai....

    but again the nature of ur upgrade would determine weather its feasible or not..

    VT-x holo 1ta feature jar dara kina apni 1ta primary os er bhitore virtually 2nd os run korte parben and 2 ta OS ei 1ta processor er resource use korbe and bla bla.......unnecessary 1 ta feature..

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    Quote Originally Posted by musvi View Post
    but generally E7400 holo E5400 theke newer built processor
    no, E5400 was released later. Btw they are both based on the same 'wolfdale' architecture and you can always OC the E5400 to 3.0Ghz+ even with the stock cooler. And E5400+HD4770 is a fantastic combo. If the price difference is more than 500tk then stay away from E7400, and save money for full cpu upgrade.and VT-x is the same thing as musvi bro said.

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    @musvi How is Virtual OS unnecessery ?
    R Virtual OS to jekono processor ei kora jay. Alada vabe evabe feature e keno deya bujhlam na.
    R about overclocking ami E5200 [2.5Ghz] stock cooler diye 3.5 Ghz e overclock korstesi. Highest temp is 65 C.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ģααŗα™ View Post
    @musvi How is Virtual OS unnecessery ?
    R Virtual OS to jekono processor ei kora jay. Alada vabe evabe feature e keno deya bujhlam na.
    R about overclocking ami E5200 [2.5Ghz] stock cooler diye 3.5 Ghz e overclock korstesi. Highest temp is 65 C.
    About using VT-x is more about developing stuffs....and i'm noob regarding these stuffs...
    yeah u can clock a dual core much more higher then a quad one even with stock cooler...

    @Shoaib thanks for the info, was just guessing by the model no. of cpu.....

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    Default Re: E5400 Vs E7400

    Quote Originally Posted by abir View Post
    Simple thread, need suggestion.

    E5400: Score 1801
    + Cheaper
    + VT-x

    E7400: Score 1919
    + 1mb cache
    + 266Mhz fsb
    + 0.1Ghz clock

    I don't have near future upgrade plan. I don't OC. Any noticeable performance change with E7400 upgrading from E5400 (gpu-HD4770)?
    Also have a question what is VT-x?

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    i had E7400 but it didn't have Virtualization Technology (VT) which i needed to run Mac OS X through VMware
    so i sold it and bought E5400 with VT
    performance-wise i don't see any difference
    didn't test it for gaming performance though
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mazhar View Post
    VT-x is virtualisation. I can explain it but you might as well just read this.
    If the cost difference is very little, like say 500 - 600 tk, go for it. Otherwise its a no for me.
    A 2nd hand E7400 would cost 5K, And I can sell E5400 3.5-4K I guess.
    So the difference would be 1.5k I guess.

    I use 64bit OS.

    My CPU windows index is 6.4, my GPU windows index is 7.2

    That's why I was thinking if this cpu upgrade would be beneficial or not and got confused :S

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    @abir

    I have used both E5400 & E7400. Trust me in normal desktop tasks I didn't find any kind of difference. In gaming I also didn't find any signification margin of difference. I thought it's just waste of money. So I went from E7400 to E5400. About VT it isn't a big feature for normal user like us.

    And I guess you wont get 3.5k - 4k for your E5400. You'll get around 2.5k-3k.

    If you're going to buy a secondhand E7400 without adding too much money then I would say you can go for it. And about benchmarking see here. In those benchmarks you'll see in some games E7400 (E7600) is getting FPS boost than E5400. Though in all of the games E5400 was giving playable FPS.

    Now it's your choice whether you change it or not .

    Quote Originally Posted by abir View Post
    I use 64bit OS.

    My CPU windows index is 6.4, my GPU windows index is 7.2
    AFAIK I got more rating for E5400.

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    Default Re: E5400 Vs E7400

    Quote Originally Posted by abir View Post
    A 2nd hand E7400 would cost 5K, And I can sell E5400 3.5-4K I guess.
    So the difference would be 1.5k I guess.

    I use 64bit OS.

    My CPU windows index is 6.4, my GPU windows index is 7.2

    That's why I was thinking if this cpu upgrade would be beneficial or not and got confused :S
    There won't be any difference if u buy that secondhand E7400, coz they both have 2 cores and 2 threads. it'll remain tht same 6.4 score. bt if u overclock E5400 with your 4GB ram your CPU windows index will be 6.7 and my cousin did that. at first without overclocking he also got 6.4 in his CPU windows index.

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    Default Re: E5400 Vs E7400

    @abir bhai,secondhand e7400 theke dure thaken, 100% sure thaken je jar kas theke kinben she dhumay overclock korse

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    There won't be any difference if u buy that secondhand E7400, coz they both have 2 cores and 2 threads. it'll remain tht same 6.4 score. bt if u overclock E5400 with your 4GB ram your CPU windows index will be 6.7 and my cousin did that. at first without overclocking he also got 6.4 in his CPU windows index.
    My E5400 got 6.7 without OCing .

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    Default Re: E5400 Vs E7400

    Quote Originally Posted by Arif69 View Post
    My E5400 got 6.7 without OCing .
    No wayyyyyyy superman! i am not believing this. without OCing it is always 6.4. even my E7500 was probably 6.4

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    Default Re: E5400 Vs E7400

    At the end of hthe day, WEI doesnt mean anything

    Quote Originally Posted by abir View Post
    A 2nd hand E7400 would cost 5K, And I can sell E5400 3.5-4K I guess.
    So the difference would be 1.5k I guess.

    I use 64bit OS.

    My CPU windows index is 6.4, my GPU windows index is 7.2

    That's why I was thinking if this cpu upgrade would be beneficial or not and got confused :S
    Dont go for it. As I said, if you get it for only ~500 more, go for it. Else its better to just stick to what you have.

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    Default Re: E5400 Vs E7400

    Quote Originally Posted by Arif69 View Post
    My E5400 got 6.7 without OCing .
    my E8400 was 6.7 without OC

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    Default Re: E5400 Vs E7400

    Quote Originally Posted by abir View Post
    A 2nd hand E7400 would cost 5K, And I can sell E5400 3.5-4K I guess.
    So the difference would be 1.5k I guess.

    I use 64bit OS.

    My CPU windows index is 6.4, my GPU windows index is 7.2

    That's why I was thinking if this cpu upgrade would be beneficial or not and got confused :S
    why don't you OC your e5400 a bit. E5xxx does OC well with stock [email protected] your e5400 will be supiror than the e7400. even at ~3.2ghz it will match with 7400's performence....
    Quote Originally Posted by Vиms Vm View Post
    No wayyyyyyy superman! i am not believing this. without OCing it is always 6.4. even my E7500 was probably 6.4
    my E6500 used to get 6.8 @ stock....
    Last edited by @nonymous; December 2nd, 2011 at 23:31.

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