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Old 08-01-2006, 12:12 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I think i've made my decision about upgrading. Im going to do with a Dual-Core 3.4 Ghz( then overclock), because the socket type will fit in my computer. No I dont want Conroe, because I only want to spend a couple hundred dollars, and not get an entire new system. Anyways are prices for Pentium Dual-Cores going to drop any more, or is it good to buy now.Thanks.
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Good question, I would imagine dual-cores have dropped as far as they will for both Intel and AMD.
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yeah i suspect now is the time to buy.
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