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    Default Intel Dual core E2200 (2.2 Ghz)

    Intel Dual core E2200 (2.2 Ghz)- ei processor ta kamon. keu ki use korchen? Need information about it and it's overclockability. Benchmark dile valo hoi.

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    Default Re: Intel Dual core E2200 (2.2 Ghz)

    i'm using e2180 2.00 ghz.If u want to use the e2200 then u are going to experience a huge performance increase even on stock speed.previously i used pentium D 3.00ghz which really sucked.i have oc'ed my e2180 at 2.80 ghz with the stock cooler&heatsink & temperature never goes above 55.so ultimately u can do it more as u have more power.it is roughly comparable with an e4300 regardless of 1 mb cache.And for the benchmark just search google&u'll find lots of information.

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    Default Re: Intel Dual core E2200 (2.2 Ghz)

    at stock speeds, its only average. overclockability is a plus, with average overclocks around 2.8-2.9ghz on stock cooler and a minor voltage bump.

    however, whats the price? if you get a e5200 for only, say, 1500tk more, u should opt for that since the added ipc enhancements will come into account, especially as clock speed rises while overclocking, and the added cache helps too. average overclock for a e5200 is around 3.0-3.2, with the stock cooler and a minor voltage bump

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    Default Re: Intel Dual core E2200 (2.2 Ghz)

    E2200
    you can get a high OC from that
    11x266 would be very great
    but u should remember that proper cooling is evrything in a Processor

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    Default Re: Intel Dual core E2200 (2.2 Ghz)

    hey mazhar vai...how much can i get a E5200 OCed to ?? i mean to be safe me noob at Ocing. and i will use that stock cooler

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    Default Re: Intel Dual core E2200 (2.2 Ghz)

    Quote Originally Posted by Mazhar View Post
    at stock speeds, its only average. overclockability is a plus, with average overclocks around 2.8-2.9ghz on stock cooler and a minor voltage bump.

    however, whats the price? if you get a e5200 for only, say, 1500tk more, u should opt for that since the added ipc enhancements will come into account, especially as clock speed rises while overclocking, and the added cache helps too. average overclock for a e5200 is around 3.0-3.2, with the stock cooler and a minor voltage bump
    Thank you man. I know E5200 much better than E2200. I have a E5200. But my mobo Abit LG-95C does not properly support it. I dont want to change my MOBO now. So I'm going to change it with a 65nm processor. Later i plan to buy core 2 duo and a highend MOBO.

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    Default Re: Intel Dual core E2200 (2.2 Ghz)

    Quote Originally Posted by deathknight View Post
    hey mazhar vai...how much can i get a E5200 OCed to ?? i mean to be safe me noob at Ocing. and i will use that stock cooler
    Around 4GHz with a decent cpu cooler & around 3~3.2GHz with the stock cooler....

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    Default Re: Intel Dual core E2200 (2.2 Ghz)

    ore khaise is it safi for 3.2GHZ ?? coz tahole ami surely kine OC korbo

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    Default Re: Intel Dual core E2200 (2.2 Ghz)

    Quote Originally Posted by deathknight View Post
    ore khaise is it safi for 3.2GHZ ?? coz tahole ami surely kine OC korbo
    oc-ing is safe if u know how to do it....

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    Default Re: Intel Dual core E2200 (2.2 Ghz)

    Quote Originally Posted by [TH7][coldfire7] View Post
    oc-ing is safe if u know how to do it....
    That is it. Some thinks that OC is very risky and complex but if u know the main theme of OC then u will realize how much it is safe! Dont do high OC just do the normal oc and maitain the tempereture then u r the king in the jungle.
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    Default Re: Intel Dual core E2200 (2.2 Ghz)

    Quote Originally Posted by deathknight View Post
    hey mazhar vai...how much can i get a E5200 OCed to ?? i mean to be safe me noob at Ocing. and i will use that stock cooler
    Depends, some batches have a fsb wall which limit it to around 3 - 3.4ghz, and better cooling does not help much there. In general though, very good air cooling will net you near 4ghz with a modest voltage bump, and 3 - 3.2ghz with the stock cooler

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    Default Re: Intel Dual core E2200 (2.2 Ghz)

    hmm....tao akta prob
    hey stock E5200 valo hobe na ?? coz i play games and i don't mind playing in the lowest setting as long as smooth hoi

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