- May 3, 2014
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|System Name||Sham Pc|
|Processor||i5-2500k @ 4.33|
|Motherboard||INTEL DZ77SL 50K|
|Cooling||2 bay res. "2L of fluid in loop" 1x480 2x360|
|Memory||16gb 4x4 kingstone 1600 hyper x fury black|
|Video Card(s)||hfa2 gtx 780 @ 1306/1768 (xspc bloc)|
|Storage||1tb wd red 120gb kingston on the way os, 1.5Tb wd black, 3tb random WD rebrand|
|Display(s)||cibox something or other 23" 1080p " 23 inch downstairs. 52 inch plasma downstairs 15" tft kitchen|
|Audio Device(s)||on board|
|Power Supply||xion gaming seriese 1000W (non modular) 80+ bronze|
|Software||windows 10 pro x64|
If they have the same multi then yeah it shouldn't make much of a difference at all.There is no point in going Q6600 over E5450 (they both have the exact same multiplier), and 45nm means Xeon will clock higher by default.
I knew the e5450 was a 1333mhz cpu and the q6600 was a 1066, But if the multi is the same than they will reach the same speeds at the same fsb.
for some reason i assumed they both had the same stock speed which would have meant the q6600 had a higher multi. But for overclocking they are the same then.
the only issue i ever had overclocking a q6600 was the motherboard hitting a fsb wall.
Any way id bring the fsb down a bit on the board as said above. 433 444 or 450 its probably going to help stability a lot.