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Old 05-10-2006, 10:25 AM   #21 (permalink)
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Should I dual the same drive and run the OS soley on one?

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Put it on one HDD.

BTW: You might want to wait until the intel conroe cpu's come out this summer. An intel conroe about less than half the price of an FX-60 will save you money and beat the FX-60 performance wise.

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Well I don't currently have the money since I just started work beginning this week. So I figured in 2 months time I would have enough, do you think I should buy everything except the mobo/cpu/gpu and purchase everything else in anticipation of the conroe and g80?

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