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Old 04-07-2006, 05:18 PM   #1
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Default Intel Xeon to P4 comparason

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Xeon processor
2.8
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3.0
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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16819116198


Anyways.. My question being this:
I have a 3.0ghz P4. Now, if I upgraded to an Xeon thats 2.8, would I see performance difference? I mean, like.. I know its a server processor. So, (not gaming), would I see performance difference? Because one is a home CPU, and the other is server. Although with the server processor, you would think that it should be able to multitask better. I've heard both sides with the Xeon. Thats why im here.

And, second quesion being:
Sense my P4 is 3.0ghz, and the second Xeon is 3.0, how much of a performance boost would I see. I mean, im pretty sure everything would be much better. But, again, I heard that Xeon only do well with high amounts of stress and data running though it.

I have no idea whats true and whats not. Will someone just kinda explain please.
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Old 04-07-2006, 09:22 PM   #2
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Default Re: Intel Xeon to P4 comparason

iv always thought that 2, if the Xeon processors would perform better then the P4s, and wot it would be like gamin with a Xeon CPU
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Old 04-08-2006, 02:42 AM   #3
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Default Re: Intel Xeon to P4 comparason

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iv always thought that 2, if the Xeon processors would perform better then the P4s, and wot it would be like gamin with a Xeon CPU
Well, because of something in them, they supposibly suck at gaming. But, even moderate gaming id be happy with. But thats the thing with me. I move around my games. I mean, even with my P4, I have like Guild Wars playing. Im posting here.Listening to music. On aim and msn.

So, id like to have one of these
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Default Re: Intel Xeon to P4 comparason

Xeon is a server processor and thats what they are amazing at.....af far as hard core gaming the amd fx-60 would be the bomb
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Default Re: Intel Xeon to P4 comparason

Well yeah.. But Fx-60 would also cost me my leg.
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Default Re: Intel Xeon to P4 comparason

hey, stop dissing the fx-60 by calling it diabetes
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Lol, you make so much sense..
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i wouldnt spend the extra money for a Xeon, just not worth it IMO. Xeons are only good in multi-cpu systems. There will be very little gain, if not any. Some times it will perform worse than a Pentium 4. Just not worth it.
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It really depends. If you're gaming, then a Xeon is going to perform much worse. However, if you got a game application running, then the Pentium 4 will win hands down. Remember, a Xeon is designed to be in a server, not a desktop.
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Like the above said, each processor is made for a specific environment. Its like trying to reach 99 MPH on a bike. It isnt going to happen. The Xeon is made for workstation like environments, and can handle more abuse then a average computer could withstand, I know personally. I have a few workstations from the 1990s, with Xeons, and they still work fine to this day. I even left one on for a few years as a file server. It excels at what it does, and is meant to do.
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