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Old 12-01-2007, 10:50 PM   #11 (permalink)
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You don't even need the Pro version of the IP35. Compare it with the regular one, as the standard IP35 would fit most people fine, and is $50 cheaper.
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Vernong1992 sorry if you think im flaming if thats what ur thinking, im just in chaos on spending $2150 on a computer and never went with intel and heard alot of bad things about it
no no no, dont get us wrong, he meant the guy in the other thread in my link.
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You don't even need the Pro version of the IP35. Compare it with the regular one, as the standard IP35 would fit most people fine, and is $50 cheaper.
oh, i didnt see that, just get the regular version
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Vernong1992 sorry if you think im flaming if thats what ur thinking, im just in chaos on spending $2150 on a computer and never went with intel and heard alot of bad things about it
no no no.. of course not.. its that thread that Peter linked to... (sry if that came up wrong.. in fact u've never done anything of the flaming matter.. )


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the ip35-e: lack of heatpipe, RAID and 4 SATA Ports
ip35: all the features that the IP35-e has and has the missing ones fixed
pro: has GURU utility, all solid state capacitors + Ip35

those are the differences, so if u step down to the regular IP35.. ur not losing much..
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so get this mobo
Newegg.com - ABIT IP35 LGA 775 Intel P35 ATX Intel Motherboard - Retail

so this setup is the most bang for my buck?
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if you can afford get another 500gb 7200.11 and run in RAID 0, you will notice the difference in loading times and such, but its not a necessity
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