Is there a definitive chart that shows the Xeon to Core technology comparison?.....
Sydwyndir (Gun Toting Right-wing Goon; 8465)
Posted on: 09-05-2019 18:27.
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As in, an i3 of this generation is equivalent to this specific (or these specific) Xeons of the same generation?
I ask because I'm shopping for some budget parts for friends, and such a thing would be very handy. You can get the same performance out of a Xeon with a nudge of overclocking that you can a Core CPU, stock, and usually for 2/3rds the price.
(Also, Z, if you read this, I found out you do not need ECC RAM to use a Xeon - it's only if the board requires it and most (all?) consumer boards don't require ECC.)
Thank you, Gary Gygax.
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