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Old 05-17-2007, 10:35 AM   #11 (permalink)
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If you guys wait in the world of computers you will never get anything.
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Old 05-17-2007, 06:56 PM   #12 (permalink)
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The K10 series is what I am waiting for too
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The K10 series should be pretty darn nice, just hopefully they will be at a reasonable price.
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probably not at first though. you know how that goes. if they're faster than a c2d, they'll cost it.
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Yea your right, but just as with C2D people will pay the money too if they are faster. You won't find me switching becuase I have an Intel mobo heh but you AM2 board guys should be in for a treat
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not really to take full advantage of the new chip you will need am2+ boards same socket different chipset
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not really to take full advantage of the new chip you will need am2+ boards same socket different chipset
exactly which is why im wondering when the new boards will come out...im definitely going to be one of the first to have one....
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Old 05-17-2007, 08:06 PM   #18 (permalink)
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same there is suppose to be the msi one with the rollercoaster heatsinks coming out june which will support ddr3 which seems a little drastic as ddr3 isn't even available yet so I bet it is an expensive board for AMD
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i get the e6600 if u want to get it now, but if your waiting then listen to what everyone is saying
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yeah technology is growing to rapidly, i agree buy what you want now because in a few months you'll just end up waiting for the next thing to come out. unless something was releasing next week, which is isn't , i don't see the point in waiting. just buy it now and sell and upgrade later, thats what im doing.
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