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    http://www.digit-life.com/articles2/...4-x2-6000.html

    Quite surprising that, real world applications. Doesn't seem too much a difference?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kab View Post
    http://www.digit-life.com/articles2/...4-x2-6000.html

    Quite surprising that, real world applications. Doesn't seem too much a difference?
    How is that surprising? Very few people actually tax their processor, so for everday applications, I would venture that an Intel 3.0GHz single core Prescott is just as good as a quad.

    Again, standard applications, web surfingh, checking email and what not.

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    Check out the power consumption, clearly there's something wrong with the tests. E4300 does not use 31W under full load. Maybe one core full load...

    That is one of the saddest reviews I've ever seen...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperSix View Post
    How is that surprising? Very few people actually tax their processor, so for everday applications, I would venture that an Intel 3.0GHz single core Prescott is just as good as a quad.

    Again, standard applications, web surfingh, checking email and what not.
    I agree. When did I say otherwise.

    I'm supposed to be "initiating" a response as topic starter.

    Quote Originally Posted by Hutch View Post
    Check out the power consumption, clearly there's something wrong with the tests. E4300 does not use 31W under full load. Maybe one core full load...
    Hutch, how do you know the one they had didn't measure 39W?

    Still, that's just the CPU power consumption, not the benchmarks themselves.

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    their power comsumption numbers mean nothing...they dont tell you where or how they get that number.

    what ever they are smoking it must be good stuff.

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