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Old 5th December, 2006, 03:35 AM
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Help AV8 e-deluxe

I hear two different consepts one is that I should leave my single core 939 venice chip in my Av8 e-deluxe board and the other is that It should have a higher level chip that I can find somewhere including doule core but what?
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Old 5th December, 2006, 04:53 AM
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Stick w/current sys till you have enough $$ to go core 2 duo in a 6xx series chipset. The 939 is limited by its mem at this point, and by far games today will max out your fastist oc on your ram with ease.
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Aaaa Im new and american so I'm double checking what your saying is reboard?
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Old 5th December, 2006, 08:32 PM
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Think captinhector is saying that saving up your pennies for a new mainboard to host a core-duo processor is a good idea. The N-Force 6xx series m'boards are the current performance champs if I can believe what's said about them. They're expensive, snatchurally.
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Old 6th December, 2006, 02:30 AM
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I like to run X2 in my A8V Deluxe boards, but although 3D2006 favors dual core, actual games don't seem to benefit much (I don't use it for gaming). Although AMD has been the gaming king for awhile, it seems core-duo has snatched away the crown, and so the suggestion you target core-duo rather than X2, is probably very sensible.

(I stick with AMD because I've already made the investment. Switching would be both expensive and of little value to me.)

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