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Choosing between two same CPUs

Platfus

Hey guys, so I'm doiny my first rig (super cheap Q6600+GTX660Ti).
I have two of each Q6600 and GA-G33-S2 mobo. I want to select the best pair, so do I just swap them and bench them until I get the best result?
What should I use? Cinebench, or would you recommend anything else.

Main rig: Q6600 OCd, GTX660Ti, 4GB DDR2 Corsair Dominator RAM, 1TB WD BLUE, CX500, Bitfenix Prodigy M

Laptop: Lenovo Z50-75, AMD APU :(

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I don't think you would notice the difference in everyday apps tbh. But yes that would be the best result, also take the best clocker

 

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Well the only real differentiation will be when it comes to overclocking.

 

Both motherboards northbridge will have a different tolerance and each CPU will have a different FSB/voltage scaling tolerance.

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