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Old 09-16-2008, 04:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default AMD Procesors FX or x2 ?

guys i am presuming the FX model of chips is aimed at "gamers" would i be right in saying this?

i have been looking into buying a new chip to go with my new hd 4850, i was looking at the amd x2 6000+, should i look at an FX chip instead? where would that x2 6000+ rank compared with an FX chip?

what are the main benifits of an FX chip? in layman's terms plz! lol (bit n00bish) i dont think i want to overclock as i dont want to spend money on extra cooling ect

my motherboard is asus m2n32 professional. and my current chip is AMD 4600+

ow and i found a 6000+ for under £60 which i am more than happy with!
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