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 Will a Q6600 2.4ghz be faster than a E8400 3.0ghz (Will the difference be very big)?

Answer For apps or games that uses 2 cores, the E8400 will be faster with its 2 cores @3.0GHz (by ~25%) because the Q6600 will work with only 2 cores@2.4GHz.For Video editing, graphics and other apps that... Read More »
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