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Old 06-16-2008, 04:18 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Why not get a e7200?
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Why not get a e7200?
yeah why not the e7200? but out of those the e2180 is my choice.
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i think this are the best bang for the buck around its price range: E2180, E7200, Q6600. It just depends on the budget. CPU isnt that important since they overclock very high without water cooling unless your doing lots of benchmarking. Save some money on the GPU or Monitor for better gaming experience.
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yeah why not the e7200? but out of those the e2180 is my choice.
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he's buying Nosboost's 680i A1, which clash with Wolfdale CPU's
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