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Old 01-30-2008, 11:01 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Crossfire performance:
p35: x16/x4
975x: x8/x8
x38/x48 x16/x16

so single gpu: p35. budget crossfire board: 975x. If you got the money: x38/x48 board.
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Old 01-30-2008, 03:36 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Ok the 975 is out one last question as I have most probably got that wrong idea. intel list there mainstream board like so. This is just the top part of there list

Mainstream Desktop Chipsets

Intel® G35 Express Chipset
Intel® Q35 and Q33 Express Chipsets
Intel® P35 Express Chipset
Intel® P31 Express Chipset
Intel® G33 Express Chipset
Intel® G31 Express Chipset
Intel® Q965 Express Chipset
Intel® Q963 Express Chipset
Intel® G965 Express Chipset
Intel® P965 Express Chipset
Intel® 946PL Express Chipset

So the question is. Are they list in order of quality ie the g35 being there best then the q35 & q33 the next then p35 the next and so on.

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g35 isn't the best... thats in release date order... p35 is way better
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Give us a budget, then we can help you choose the best board for the money.
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At this point i would suggest only looking at p35/x38/680i/780i boards, everything else is dated.
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dude, the 680i is dated as well.
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True but its still a good board unless you plan on going quadcore penryn.
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Well so are the 965P chipsets but I wouldn't recommend one of those.
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hi
found a board Asus P5K Deluxe WiFi Intel P35 (Socket 775) PCI-Express DDR2 what do you think. i was also going to put 4g of ram in it. do you think i should put 4 * 1g or 2 * 2g. would i be correct in saying if i put 4 sticks in it would give each core (q6600) a stick to work with.

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