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Intel Conroe

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Smety, Jul 27, 2006.

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  1. Smety

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    Why spend the dough on the extreme? Buy the cheapest and overclock it.

    Man oh man. Even though my system is fast enough as it is i think i might have to get myself a third computer here pretty soon. The wife won't be happy but this is just too good to pass up right now.

    Actually looking at the system in your sig I can see why you would buy the extreme. Anything less wouldn't be an insignificant performance increase. 3.2 ghz out of an FX-60!!? That's impressive. On an Asus motherboard no less.
     
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    YAY!! AMD Price drops!!!
     
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    I love my beautiful daughter Kristen!!!! Eric is my nephew and he is the biggest nerd i have ever met in my whole life!! seriously what a loser yah cheap computer stuff giga bite yah go computers!
     
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    LOL! I think I'm going to lower it though, it's been getting real hot lately when playing games, don't want to mess it up . . . anymore than it already is >.<

    The thing is with Intel, is their processors (in my exp) run a lot hotter than AMD. I'd rather not overclock an Intel because they are much more vulnerable I think . . . That's why I'd just buy the extreme edition . . .
     
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