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I'm joking. You can do a lot with Quad Cores. I'm upgrading to a Q6600, Vista, and 4GB of Ram in like Q4'07.

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Quote:
Originally Posted by Ninja_Boy View Post
The same goes with a Quad Core. You can get an Q6600 up to 3.2GHz on the right air cooler. Making it faster than a QX6700, QX6800, and QX6850 while only costing you $500-600; nearly half the price of the Extreme Editions.
NiNja
is 3.2 the limit of the Q6600 on air?

The QX6800 leaps from its stock 2.93 to 3.5 without breaking a sweat.
WC it and then 3.8 and 3.9 becomes possible.
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