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Old 2007-08-12, 18:59   Link #21
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Originally Posted by theDarkHorse View Post
I think there's a more practical reason why Intel would be a better bet than AMD for your CPU. It's got to do with possibly upgrading your computer in the future. Intel have stuck with their 775 socket for ages now...4 years I think? Someone correct me if I'm wrong, but in the same time, AMD have gone from Socket A to Socket 754 to Socket 939 to AM2. And they have AM2+ and AM3 coming up in the not-too-distant future as well. It messes up with upgrading components, because if you want to upgrade a CPU, you would also have to upgrade your motherboard too.
Intel kept the same socket type but the chipsets were different so people had to go and buy a new motherboard anyways.
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Old 2007-08-13, 15:12   Link #22
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Originally Posted by Gundam Master View Post
Intel kept the same socket type but the chipsets were different so people had to go and buy a new motherboard anyways.
nforce 680i support 1333 bus CPU with bios upgrade
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Old 2007-08-16, 08:18   Link #23
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anyone know anything about the ati r600 i've been hearin about
its supposed to put the nvidia 8800 to shame
if its better tha i might as well wait for that
anyone got a recomendation of a monitor?
Also watch about ABIT, some owners are complaining of some bios issue
i'm also tryin to stay away from asus because of the nforce lan since i installed the drivers and i've had nothin but trouble with tryin to start programs that need the internet
something about program filter i think
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