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"It would be wise in this case to consider the following: while saving $40 upfront by buying the 2.2GHz CPU, you are taking a gamble that you'll be able to achieve a slightly more difficult 36% overclock to reach 3GHz as opposed to the 15% overclock necessary to hit the same speed with the 2.6GHz CPU. The question you should ask yourself is: would you be happy with the 2.2GHz CPU if it didn't hit 3GHz, or would you regret not buying the 2.6GHz part?"
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