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post #11 of 19
Because he's an intel fanboy
Same reason he said PCP&C... look at his sig rig
The P5N32-E is a proven beast.
    
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How come Nasgul is saying chozarts MOBO is crap? What is so bad about it, and how is Nasgul's mobo better then chozarts?
For a Quad-Core, it's been proven that an Intel Core Logic, like the P35, to be the the best currently for a Quad-Core in terms of overclocking, stability and taking the CPU as high as no other chipset has possible done it previously.

nForce chipsets can't handle high-Front Side Bus too well, therefore overclocking will or could be limited. And again, it's the P35 that can achieve things no other can with a Quad-Core, so currently it's the best.

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the p5k deluxe... definantly a good mobo for OCing a quad and do no get the p5n32e-sli!
Even people with nForce don't recommend them for a Quad-Core.

Proven to be a beast? (LOL) What can't go any higher than 250fsb dpawl31? That's pity IMO. A P5K-Deluxe is capable of 500fsb, F.Y.I.
Ultra PSU? Com'on what a joke.

IntelvsAMD, if you want an nForce because that's what you only saw when you had AMD, think again, what's good for amd it's not good for Intel, I've seen it since the first released of nForce chispets for Intel and this day? Very little has changed.

So, knock yourself out with an nForce, just remember P35, the "what" it could've been if.
post #13 of 19
Nasgul why do you have to be so rude.
Oh, and my board does >500FSB.
Ultra PSU? Yeah, too bad it's Tier 2, it's the few of the Ultras that are great.
Research a little better there buddy.
Oh yeah, 250FSB? No, I am @ 265, check your numbers again.
And I have a Pentium D for your information. Which can't do 500FSB with a 14 MUTLI! Do you really not know what you are talking about?
You hate the Nforce, I know that, so does OCN. You don't have to be ignorant and a jerk all at once.
Do you have to bold my name? Are you that full of yourself?

I am also reporting your post, I am sick of you giving people bad advice because you don't like SLI, or don't like NForce, and love you P5B and PCP&C.

You really need to learn to not be a know-it-all, you really aren't.
I will most likely get infracted for defending myself, all I can hope is you do as well.
Yes, the P35 chipset is great.
But the rest of the world also knows the P5N32-E is a great board.
Why don't you go tell Robilar his Nforce is horrible, and is not capable of 500FSB?
Apparently you feel you can pick on us little people, because we "don't know everything like you!"
    
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post #14 of 19
You won't be disappointed in that PSU. It's got better specs than the PC P&C, it's cheaper (per watt), it's modular (always a plus in my book) and Silverstone is just as reliable as PC P&C ever was.

I say go with the Silverstone, Chozart even recommended me the Decathlon over the PC Power & Cooling, and he knows his stuff

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And DPawl, Nasgul has to be rude because that's who Nasgul is. He's our resident Intel fanboy / jerk. He's very blunt about a lot of things, and he'll probably flame me for saying this about him, but I doubt I'm the only one that feels that way...
    
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I am glad I am not the only one to see this.
PS Nasgul--- you also didn't note that my "pity" pentium D is 265FSB on the P5N-E, not the P5N32-E (650i vs 680i)
Just something else you failed to relate correctly...
    
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post #16 of 19
silvertone is a good brand.

Edit: any one knows how old is Chozart?
    
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post #17 of 19
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For a Quad-Core, it's been proven that an Intel Core Logic, like the P35, to be the the best currently for a Quad-Core in terms of overclocking, stability and taking the CPU as high as no other chipset has possible done it previously.

nForce chipsets can't handle high-Front Side Bus too well, therefore overclocking will or could be limited. And again, it's the P35 that can achieve things no other can with a Quad-Core, so currently it's the best.

Even people with nForce don't recommend them for a Quad-Core.

Proven to be a beast? (LOL) What can't go any higher than 250fsb dpawl31? That's pity IMO. A P5K-Deluxe is capable of 500fsb, F.Y.I.
Ultra PSU? Com'on what a joke.

IntelvsAMD, if you want an nForce because that's what you only saw when you had AMD, think again, what's good for amd it's not good for Intel, I've seen it since the first released of nForce chispets for Intel and this day? Very little has changed.

So, knock yourself out with an nForce, just remember P35, the "what" it could've been if.
Nforce chipsets can go much higher than 250fsb. My evga topped out at 480, and now the P5N32-E can get over 500.
post #18 of 19
i have the silencer and its a really good psu, im not saying its better then the one he picked but if you chose to get it its got plenty of power and you would be ahappy.
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post #19 of 19
The PC Power & Cooling and the Silverstone OP/DA line are both excellent PSUs. There hardly is a difference in specifications nor in performance.

Both have received excellent reviews on sites like jonnyguru.com. The DA850 itself hasn't been reviewed directly yet, but several of the other members in the family have been. The OP1000 was directly compared with PC Power & Coolings flagship 1KW PSU, and stood it's own next to that beast, despite being $200 cheaper.

I would go for the extra 100W and extra 10A on the 12V rail. Plus, modularity will make your life a little easier...and with current high-end PSUs, it doesnt matter that much.

And regarding the motherboard:
The nVidia 680i isn't 'crap'. It's a great chipset, allowing for SLI (which isn't as pointless as Nasgul claims it to be), and a fairly high FSB (ok, maybe not 500MHz, but there is no need for that with a CPU that has a multi of x9).

The real 'weak' point of the nVidia chipset is actually the southbridge. The Intel southbridges give better RAID performance.

However, in overall, for a gaming rig, I stand with the Asus P5N32-E SLI deluxe as the best overall performer (good overclocking, SLI, great features and overall performance).
    
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