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e8600 slower clock for clock than e8500

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by Paulieg, Sep 16, 2008.

  1. Paulieg

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    Old news.. Already posted in the E8500/8600 thread.
     
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    Well, that could easily be missed considering it is a poll thread, asking members if they have overclocked over 4.2ghz on wolfies. Having a title on this topic will bring attention. I think people should know what's up before buying an EO.
     
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    yeah it looks like is the whole the cache speed/latency thingy with te E0's, but isnt he e8(4/5)00 also changing over to the e0 stepping as well

    i would say they lossened the cache latency to help with performance in some way, wether it be for Ocing/power saving i dont know
     

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