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well im going to make a conroe desktop, and i was wondering, how long will the LGA 775(socket t) last? i love intel for its DDR2, and im hoping there will be a few more nforce 4 mobos. so i basicly got 2 questions.


1) will the 775 socket last for a few more years?(quad core?)

2)i love nvidia cards, so i was wondering how well intel NBs work compared to nforce 4 or 590
    
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It should last for a while longer concidering the new conroe CPU's were LGA 775
i think the kentsfeild's will be too

Motheboards are fairly cheap so i wouldnt realy worry about LGA775 dieing
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It should last for a while longer concidering the new conroe CPU's were LGA 775
i think the kentsfeild's will be too

Motheboards are fairly cheap so i wouldnt realy worry about LGA775 dieing
The Kentsfield will be LGA775 too. LGA775 will have alot of time to go before it'll die.
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LGA775 will be around for a while but nvidia chipsets are not great on the intel platform. The Nforce 4 was a flop as was the 590. The 975X Intel chipset works nicely since it supplies 2 8x PCIe lanes, and all you have to do is run simple hacked drivers for SLI if you wish to use it.
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