Which processor do people use, and which one is "better"?
By the way, what vendor should I get for the RAM?
Patriot Kingston (Kingston HyperX) Hynix Corsair Samsung NCP
Dummies take what the vendors sell ))
And non-dummies, Intel, Corsair is the preferred operating system.
And it depends on the budget...
In my town, more often, for example, Operators put Hynix, Kingston and Samsung with NCP, (in descending order) Corsair and Patriots are rare.
P.s. I will take cor (9650) and corsairs
Units of measure for performance of Intel® processors according to export requirements
Intel to Kingston... like clockwork... pfft, pfft, pfft... as long as it's from the same manufacturer...
The processor is Intel Core 2 Duo E7200.
I recently got a Corsair PC6400 RAM with good timings (4-4-4-12), 2 blocks of 2 gigs each(like this one). It's not much use yet, apart from the memory size itself. But hope to upgrade my gem and slightly overclock it, so that its FSB will be synchronized with the FSB of the memory.
Not looking at AMD, though it might be worth it.
P.S. OCZ is a good memory manufacturer too, by the way.
Haven't bought one yet, but
It all depends on your budget...
Speaking of budget...
The question arose because prices for CPU+mother+opper were about the same.
I have planned about a dozen of machines, not very productive, that's why I chose this one:
With AMD it's yet to find out what they support from new technologies...
In net people are complaining that emulators of Playstation-3 and GTA don't run without some trickery.
(what's gta no idea... :)))
By the way, I would like to know which manufacturer to buy RAM from:
Intel® beats AMD in counting tests.
At Intel® one weakness - slow cache, so the stones are regularly underloaded (I'm on P-4 could not load a stone to 100%).
The same quality can be given as an advantage, as Intel® hardly ever works at full speed, so it can work for twenty-four hours without errors,
that AMD cannot do (in any case in a day or two it will ask to restart).
Conclusions I do from experience with the friend, at it Athlon.
I use Corsair as my RAM, but I just use whatever the shop has supplied me with.
On counting tests Intel® beats AMD.
Intel® has one weak point - slow cache, which is the reason why it's often under-loaded (I was unable to load it to 100% on P-4).
The same quality can be given as an advantage, as Intel® hardly ever works at full speed, it can run for twenty-four hours without errors,
I draw conclusions from the experience with my friend, he has Athlon.
From operative system I use Corsair, but I just don't know what I got in a shop.
In general Intel is preferable, right?
By the way, has anyone got any simple firmware to boot the CPU.
Preferably programmable, e.g. specify: load the CPU at 95%.
and that one loads it...
By the way, does anyone have a simple program to load the CPU.
Preferably programmable, i.e. e.g. specify: load the CPU to 95%...
and that loads it...
Everest - there are tests... loads the CPU properly ))))
But I would take an AMD. in general, let them build 2 systems, and load the Everest)
Everest - there are tests... CPU load is good)))
i used to download the "last" version.
>> I'm gonna go look for it.
AMD can't do it (it will ask for a reboot after a day or two anyway).
Strange. Imho necessity of reboot has the least relation to processor (first you need to look for problems with software (as CPU does what it is required), then with other hardware - memory, etc.).
I use AMD processors for already 10 years (my first computer was an AMD K6-2 300 MHz) but I haven't any problems. Main computer - AMD Athlon x2 6000+ && 3 Gb of Kingston memory works fine for weeks (with UPS). Secondary computer - AMD Athlon XP 1500+ && 512 Mb of memory (unknown firmware) - sometimes freezes hard (probably it is connected with some blown capacitors on motherboard near memory - no time to check; no problem software was found).
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