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    Thumbs up [need help] buying a processor

    brothers i want to buy a processor

    my choice is between C2DUO 7500 and C2QUAD 8400.

    im not overclocking ppl...no multitasking
    after this i will change my rig on 2011 (if i alive!!!!)
    mobo is fixed, it is gigabyte g31

    MY QUES IS:

    Core speed of c2 duo is 2.93 ghz where as c2quad is 2.66...

    which one is best match for me? regarding my current ram, gpu... does low clock c2quad performs over high clock c2duo ??

    as i will not OC, does c2quad is worth buying for me or not??? [ money is a matter]..
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    Default Re: [need help] buying a processor

    Have a look at here : http://www.cpubenchmark.net/high_end_cpus.html

    u will find ur CPUs there with benchmark score

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    Default Re: [need help] buying a processor

    i would suggest you to go for E7500/E7600 if available.

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    Default Re: [need help] buying a processor

    Quote Originally Posted by Sumon Datta View Post
    i would suggest you to go for E7500/E7600 if available.
    im also thinking that...but bro can u spend some minutes why i should take that..does low clock speed c2quad perfrms over high clock c2duo????....no multitasking only for gaming.

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    Default Re: [need help] buying a processor

    higher clock will give performace boost in games and desktop performance will be better if you use Quad.

    and also E7500 would be great for you if want to on your PC 24 hours coz it has very low power consumption.

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    Default Re: [need help] buying a processor

    Quote Originally Posted by Sumon Datta View Post
    higher clock will give performace boost in games and desktop performance will be better if you use Quad.

    and also E7500 would be great for you if want to on your PC 24 hours coz it has very low power consumption.
    GTA IV er jonno konta valo performance dibe C2D or C2Q

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    Quote Originally Posted by abir View Post
    GTA IV er jonno konta valo performance dibe C2D or C2Q
    extra thanks..thats my question??????

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    Default Re: [need help] buying a processor

    GTA 4 e 4-5 FPS boost paoa jai C2Q die.:zz:

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    Default Re: [need help] buying a processor

    Quote Originally Posted by abir View Post
    GTA IV er jonno konta valo performance dibe C2D or C2Q
    C2Q 8400 GTA 4 e 80% use hoy!

    Now think ur self konta btter!

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    Default Re: [need help] buying a processor

    Quote Originally Posted by wicked_kabbo View Post
    C2Q 8400 GTA 4 e 80% use hoy!

    Now think ur self konta btter!
    bro cant understand...plz clear

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    Default Re: [need help] buying a processor

    he metioned that C2D is better for gaming and power consumption.

    now it is all up to you.

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    Default Re: [need help] buying a processor

    Quote Originally Posted by wicked_kabbo View Post
    C2Q 8400 GTA 4 e 80% use hoy!

    Now think ur self konta btter!
    ভাই ঠিক বুঝলাম না কি বলতে চাইস, একটু বাংলাতে বললে ভাল হয় :blush:
    Quote Originally Posted by Sumon Datta View Post
    GTA 4 e 4-5 FPS boost paoa jai C2Q die.:zz:
    I think there is not much difference b2in c2d & c2q.
    but i prefer walking with new tech.
    2day not many games utilize 4 cores like GTA IV.
    but who knows about 2moro

    found an article on this.
    Core 2 Duo Vs. Core 2 Quad

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    Core 2 Duo Vs. Core 2 Quad

    Intel first came out with multiple-core processors for desktops in summer 2006, and since then they've become the standard for most computers. Multi-core architecture has also moved on to laptops and gaming consoles. By 2007, Intel had many versions of the Core 2 Duo line, and added to it the more performance-geared Core 2 Quad models. But what is the actual difference?


    • About Cores
      Cores refer to the actual central processing unit, or CPU. This means a multi-core chip acts as several processors on one die. Hence, Core 2 Duo models have two cores, while Core 2 Quads have four. They start out life more or less than same--hinted at in the shared "Core 2" moniker--and then depending on the success of fabrication, i.e how many active cores are found, they get the appropriate label.
    • Speed
      Even within the Duo and Quad categories, there are variations depending on speed. Each chip is tested upon manufacturing, and gets bunched up with similar-clocked chips. The Duo range has speeds of around 1.8-3.3GHz, while Quads manage 2.3-3GHz. Bus speeds, or the speeds with which these CPUs can communicate with other components, are roughly 800 to 1333MHz for both Duos and Quads
    • Cache memory
      This is the memory that the processor has on board, helping it expedite routine operations and making a big difference in performance. This is one area where Duos and Quads differ, as the latter have an average of twice the cache--up to 12MB instead of a max 6MB on Duos.
    • Performance
      It might seem like Quads ought to be twice as powerful as Duos, having twice the cores. But actually real life performance for both is quite similar, probably because their underlying design is the same. Many tests have found Duos to be faster than Quads in gaming applications, because software developers prefer to code for simpler architectures. The more cores, the more complex the code. Still, in pure benchmark tests like PCMark and 3DMark, Quads do prove to have more horsepower than Duos.
    • Overclocking
      However, Quads are assigned this badge of honor because they have greater potential than their Duo siblings. This means with proper tweaking, both software and hardware, overclocked Quads can increase their performance by 50 percent compared to out-the-box stats. Duos manage an average 28 percent increase. Overclocking means "forcing" the CPU to work harder by raising the clock speed and other parameters.
    • Multi-threading
      Multi-threading refers to a software/hardware feature aiding in "talking" to multiple cores, making the most of available hardware. More and more programs have multi-threading built in to them on many levels, and mutli-core CPUs are now the norm. This makes "the more cores the merrier" a valid guiding principle.
    • Bottom line
      Core 2 Duo processors are still significantly cheaper than Quads, and have almost the same performance when naturally clocked. For mainstream general users, Core 2 Duos have enough power and a better value proposition. Hardcore users and those interested in modding and overclocking should choose Quad processors. And in general, Core 2 Quads are more futureproof in terms of potential software compatibility.

    u can do a benchmark by your own just visit the link

    http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/charts/

    here is PC mark benchmark for 64bit OS.
    * Not gaming benchmark.

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    Default Re: [need help] buying a processor

    abir bhai er post e 2 er chora chori khali

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    Quote Originally Posted by wicked_kabbo View Post
    C2Q 8400 GTA 4 e 80% use hoy!

    Now think ur self konta btter!
    Quote Originally Posted by Sumon Datta View Post
    he metioned that C2D is better for gaming and power consumption.

    now it is all up to you.
    ki bolen ? Ami to ulta meaning bujhlam. :S

    Gaming e jodi cpu 100% use hoi, tokhon cpu bottleneck hoye jaabe. 80% usage is ok. I think kabbo vai meant that C2Q is better. And I also support him.

    Jodio ekhon maximum game dual-core e better performance dei, kin2 (galib vai, notice my '2's usage. ) dual-core er din sesh. :mellow: Many recent games gets much benifits from Quad-CORE. Like - GTA 4, Far Cry 2, Dragon Age - Origins, Operation Flashpoint - Dragon Rising, ArmA 2 (Can't remember any more ). Upcoming games like - Max Payne 3 or Red Dead - Redemption will also love quad-core cpu's I think. and may be Sumon vai is a Dual-CORE fan.

    and @ english vai, you have a very good psu to handle a Quad-CORE and a good GPU. Btw, why your selection is E7500 or Q8400 ? E8500's price is similar to Q8200. So, I think the topic is all about E8500/E8600 VS. Q8400.

    I think there's not much differences in the power consumption. May be 95W vs. 130W (I can't say correctly coz I'm posting from mobile. ) You may want to check out AnandTech's newly opened CPU Benchmarking pages for best E8500/E8600 VS. Q8400 benchmarks (ami link ditam, but now posting from mobile). And the Q8400 is the best buy C2Q in BD. So, go for it.

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    Default Re: [need help] buying a processor

    Quote Originally Posted by Rion_cnGamer View Post
    ki bolen ? Ami to ulta meaning bujhlam. :S

    Gaming e jodi cpu 100% use hoi, tokhon cpu bottleneck hoye jaabe. 80% usage is ok. I think kabbo vai meant that C2Q is better. And I also support him.

    Jodio ekhon maximum game dual-core e better performance dei, kin2 (galib vai, notice my '2's usage. ) dual-core er din sesh. :mellow: Many recent games gets much benifits from Quad-CORE. Like - GTA 4, Far Cry 2, Dragon Age - Origins, Operation Flashpoint - Dragon Rising, ArmA 2 (Can't remember any more ). Upcoming games like - Max Payne 3 or Red Dead - Redemption will also love quad-core cpu's I think. and may be Sumon vai is a Dual-CORE fan.

    and @ english vai, you have a very good psu to handle a Quad-CORE and a good GPU. Btw, why your selection is E7500 or Q8400 ? E8500's price is similar to Q8200. So, I think the topic is all about E8500/E8600 VS. Q8400.

    I think there's not much differences in the power consumption. May be 95W vs. 130W (I can't say correctly coz I'm posting from mobile. ) You may want to check out AnandTech's newly opened CPU Benchmarking pages for best E8500/E8600 VS. Q8400 benchmarks (ami link ditam, but now posting from mobile). And the Q8400 is the best buy C2Q in BD. So, go for it.

    Ami aro beshi smiley use kortam jodi PC theke post kortam.
    yup Rion bhaiya is right...but to the OP...if you can spend a bit more get the P55+i5 combo, it will be much better than the C2Q or the C2D

    & if you are going for a C2D, save your money & get the E5300, I wouldnt recommend the C2Q, as it is very limited in terms of OC compared to the other C2Qs, get a E5xxx series now for about 5000-6000tk 7 then go for a big upgrade later on...that will be more prominent

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    to Rion_cnGamer;

    bro E7500 is there for its low price....if i got better/ slightly low performance with c2d, why should go for c2q..as abir vhi mentioned..but the ques is future proofing..
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    Default Re: [need help] buying a processor

    Quote Originally Posted by BAD ENGLISH View Post
    to Rion_cnGamer;

    bro E7500 is there for its low price....if i got better/ slightly low performance with c2d, why should go for c2q..as abir vhi mentioned..but the ques is future proofing..
    as dipanzan said u can OC a dual core E5200 to get close performance of c2d.
    but if u r thinking of future now then go 4 c2q.
    that's my suggestion.
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    i5 is better choice than C2Q .

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    Default Re: [need help] buying a processor

    Quote Originally Posted by GalibZ View Post
    i5 is better choice than C2Q .
    i7 is better choice than i5
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    Default Re: [need help] buying a processor

    seems i have to wait till 2011....when i7 pricing like todays c2d ...n there will be i9..i11..i13.....

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