1. Dual-Proc systems don't work that way.
2. You're not going to get 3.6GHz speeds by putting in two 1.8GHz processors.
3. The only dual-proc 64bit boards I know of, are for servers.
I think you misunderstood my post
dual processors don't work in what way?
I was saying they'd have a performance advantage, not that they'd double in frequency with a dual system
I do know that currently they don't have dual socket 939 boards, although I was curious to know if they might make some
I know of people using dual opteron's for gaming, it does better than all the high end single CPU system's (except for maybe the 3.8GHZ FX-55, lol)
if I got watercooling I'd have to get an additional CPU waterblock, which costs more, but having 2 Athlon 64's both overclocked to 3GHZ in my PC sounds really good to me
a dual opteron sounds nice also, but in socket 940 you have to have registered RAM which costs more than the RAM I want, is slower and is harder to get