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Old 04-20-2008, 06:46 PM   #11 (permalink)
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oh okay, lol

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... so i dont think DDR3 RAM and mobo, extreme edition processor is needed
that said otherwise!!! lol

okay, then i think you should go for the e8500 (if those arent out, then the e8400)... a 780i, 1 9800gx2, (or 2 9800gtx's if affordable), and then just some nice ddr1066, more than likely some crucial ballistix tracers.. haha jsut to show off some pretty led's
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just get a e8400 or Q6600 and some good DDR2 ram then
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Well lets start with the processor:

Dual-Core or Quad-Core? Which one scores and overclocks better?
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Well lets start with the processor:

Dual-Core or Quad-Core? Which one scores and overclocks better?

No offence, but if you are going to start an "OC team" it seems like you would know a lot about the subject before diving into it...

You don't see to many racecar drivers out there that don't know what a car is :P


Anyway, I'm pretty sure dual-cores OC better. I am probably wrong though
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dual cores oc better, quad cores (depending on applications) scores better

what applications will you be running.. that all depends if they're multithreaded or not
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I'll have lots of applications on like benchmarking, gaming, browsing, messenger, photoshop, programming, hosting my servers, leave it on all the time for gaming, folding

when does the core 2 quad price drop start? wasnt it today?
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it was supposed to be today, but won't take effect probably until tomorrow
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well the xfx has free shipping. other than that, brand.
case is up to you, full tower definately. id reccomend crucial ballistix for ram. Check ste's psu list
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case- personal preference
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