Posted 06 April 2008 - 07:27 PM
I think the one running at 2.20ghz might be a bit faster. It would also have better overclocking potential. It would have a multiplier of 11, versus the multiplier of the other being 7. I don't know if you are going to do any overclocking, but the higher multiplier makes it easier.
On the other hand, a higher fsb is better then a higher multiplier. If you have identical processors, but they have different bus speed, if one has a higher fsb it would run a little faster.
I don't think you would really notice a performance different between them. If you are going to overclock though, I would recommend the 800 fsb processor.
Hopefully I didn't confuse you too much. I think overall, the 2.20ghz one would be a little bit better, but you probably wouldn't really be able to notice the difference.
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