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X2 3600+ brisbane is the best bang for buck, but for that price a e4300 is better
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now im confused, so 3600 best bang for buck but if i spend 120 then its the e4300?
    
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post #13 of 58
best cpu for that price

brisbane best bang for buck ($50)
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Originally Posted by hereonyourown View Post
Am2 X2 3600
If you are on a really tight budget, this IS the CPU to get.
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gotcha, but how about if i bought a motherboard and everything? which would end up being cheaper?
    
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AMD is the cheapest way to go.
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AMD is the cheapest way to go.
i see, thats what my cousin told me thnx
    
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now what would be the best cpu amd around that price or would the performance not differ enough to be that much better than the 3600?
    
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post #19 of 58
Just get the 3600 and overclock it, use the rest of the money on something else
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post #20 of 58
The E4300 is by far the best cpu for $120 if you want to overclock.
 
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