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Old 03-30-2005, 09:52 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Socket 939 is for iAMD
LGA775 is for Intel

The CPU is LGA775 The mobo is LGA775. They are compatible.
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Yea I know that but LGA775 isn't the same from soket 939 you said it was earlier.
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64 bit is good now no bugs right?
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Just because it is 64bit does not mean it uses 939. The newer intel's 32 and 64bit use lga775.
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sweet then its good Rock on!!
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OK I was just wondering because I don't know much about Intels because they suck and charge you too much. but I didn't see anyting on the product info that it was a 64 bit since I don't know much about Intel, sorry.
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Intels dont suck. When you play games it really does not come down to what CPU you use but what you got for a graphics card.
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in the ram reviews someone posted

I had trouble with this memory in running dual channel with the Barton +2500 XP at higher FSB speeds and wound up getting the high end Mushkin LII V2 which had a lot of good reviews.

will that affect me cause i have windows xp
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No you should be fine. They were talking about an AMD cpu not intel.
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here I would get this CPU and Mobo instead.
CPU- http://www.newegg.com/app/ViewProduc...103-502&depa=1 bn
MOBO- http://www.newegg.com/app/ViewProduc...127-197&depa=1
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