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post #21 of 72
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me too but i cant shop worth a crap lmao....
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post #22 of 72
In case you didn't see, does it need to be AMD? Cause here is an intel.

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applicati...28193&CatId=14
post #23 of 72
go for the intel setup, its cheaper, and has a much newer socket
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post #24 of 72
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ive only ever had one intel build my ole p133... ever since then ive been amd so i have clue about intel chips and what is the best bang for the buck...
its for her so i dont care as long as it runs smoothly and im not going over to fix it all the time...

Shaggyt
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post #25 of 72
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yeah but newer socket not always better....i have to stay within my ddr266 limit... usually higher socket means higher ram right??

like in the case of 754 vs 939 right??

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post #26 of 72
Why not try intel then?

Edit: Oh yeah, ram. Gotcha. Bah.
post #27 of 72
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i could do that...like i said i dont care lol i personally just prefer amd but like i said its for her lmao....as long as it works and does the things she needs smoothly...

Shaggyt

what is the best intel budget chip anyways....
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post #28 of 72
Celeron. I think.
post #29 of 72
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most of the combos i saw came with p D 305's....

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post #30 of 72
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i could do that...like i said i dont care lol i personally just prefer amd but like i said its for her lmao....as long as it works and does the things she needs smoothly...

Shaggyt

what is the best intel budget chip anyways....
Choose a mobo bundle with the Celeron D 356. Best Celeron ever. 65nm technology, easy OCability, 3.33Ghz. Great for many tasks! I've heard they OC to 5Ghz on stock cooling!

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