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I need to know which is better price wise, and power. E6600 or a cheaper c2d processor that is oc'd. I will be using this mobo http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813188019
find any combo of a processor + fan/heatsink/watercooled that is under $222.90
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Edit: NVM. I read it wrong

I've heard good things about the E6600. I would go with it.
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i am right about to order my system man. i already asked if oc.net has an irc channel but you guys dont.
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i am right about to order my system man. i already asked if Overclock.net has an irc channel but you guys dont.
Just read your other thread. A E6600 and a 8800GTS with that board is a very good build. I don't think you will be disappointed.

I normally recommend people to get a E6600, 8800GTX/GTS, and a eVGa 680i.
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okay man thanks :]
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