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Old 02-11-2007, 03:39 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm gonna be ordering parts for my new build around early May.. Do you think the lower end DX10 cards and Centrino Pro will be available at reasonable prices by then?

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Lower end DX10 cards should be out very soon now, as far the other things stated I have never heard of it.

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Eh the Centrino Pro is the new Intel chip coming out.. I've been looking at laptops mostly so that's a laptop chip, I got mixed up in the head. There's probably a desktop version of it too, I just don't know what they call it.
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I've always heard that Fortron and Hiper make good PSU. You might want to change the title (if you can?) or make a different thread since your title makes things a lil confusing...
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The lower-end DX10 cards are supposed to come out in March.
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There should be a wider selection of DX10 cards by then I believe. About Centrino Pro, I don't know; it hasn't even been released yet.

By the way, Centrino is not a processor. It's a "platform", ie: a collection of parts that when bound together are called that way. For a mobile system to be labeled as "Centrino", it needs to have a specific Intel CPU, Intel chipset and Intel wireless network interface.

"Centrino Pro" is the market name for the new Intel Santa Rosa platform, which is based on the second-generation (800Mhz FSB) Core 2 Duo Merom processors. Perhaps that's what you meant.


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