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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813128316

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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814150128

good system for $224 before shipping
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Is 2 7300 better than one 7600? I'm just asking out of curiosity as 1 7600 would be around the same price as 2 7300.
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post #23 of 53
i don't know where i saw this but they had two OC'd 7300's beating two 7800GTs or something

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814150182
those are awesome, too
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That board does look pretty good. The only problems I have with it (very, very small/insignificant problems) is that there is only one Gigabit LAN compared to the EVGA's two, and the ATA/FDD connectors that come with the EVGA are the thin calbes. Better airflow. But, they're very insignificant problems, as I said. I think I probably will go with this board. Thanks for the help!

EDIT: One thing I didn't think of. The processor I'm looking at is an Intel Celeron D. One of the reviews on NewEgg says that motherboard doesn't support them...
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i don't know where i saw this but they had two OC'd 7300's beating two 7800GTs or something

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814150182
those are awesome, too
That's awesome that 2 of those 7300 oc'd can go that far. The motherboard you linked doesn't seem to support C2D. Not sure rather or not he's going for C2D support. So it may not matter.

I'd personally spend 60 more and just get a 7900-7950 single card for around 200.

Edit: Well, you just answered my question. I think that board only supports P4. I'd call and ask before buying.
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Celeron is a cheap P4 so it'll work
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post #27 of 53
And a word to the wise, the reviews on newegg are like... just take more advice from your retarded friend, because they say the fan on a fanless cooler is to loud.
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And a word to the wise, the reviews on newegg are like... just take more advice from your retarded friend, because they say the fan on a fanless cooler is to loud.
I actually went to their website and noticed nothing but P4 was listed as support.

Since Celeron D is only a cheap P4 you should be fine.
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Alright. I just wanted to make sure before I bought the board and it crapped out just because of the processor.
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that chipset supports more then P4's so I'm positive it does support Celeron.

My MSI 915P says it supports P4's into the 5** series when i ran a 760 on it just fine
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