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Since your wanting efficiency or the most PPD for the least $ for the least heat.

Seems that C2D is the way to go. It would put out more than twice the PPD of a P4 single core.
Any suggestion for a low cost one? And maybe a cheap board that overclocks just a little for it to go on?
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Any suggestion for a low cost one? And maybe a cheap board that overclocks just a little for it to go on?
The E4300's and what ever the newer version of it is go for pretty cheap now. Or if you want real power get a Q6600.

Don't know of a good mobo for this situation though...
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The E4300's and what ever the newer version of it is go for pretty cheap now. Or if you want real power get a Q6600.

Don't know of a good mobo for this situation though...
haha, no, no Quad core for just a folding computer...I am trying to make 2 el chepo computers with no case just to all-the-time fold on.

Probably the whole setup for both will need to be like 150-200 dollars at most
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I would go against having no case because that means the computer is prone to the elements and it means the mobo and componets have no ground. I would suggest getting a really cheap case, something like a rosewill or linkworld. Even though they are really crappy at least they will protect your componets from harm.
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I would go against having no case because that means the computer is prone to the elements and it means the mobo and componets have no ground. I would suggest getting a really cheap case, something like a rosewill or linkworld. Even though they are really crappy at least they will protect your componets from harm.
I know what you mean. However, I am going to make a case out of either some wood i have laying around, or else some sturdy cardboard. The computers will be going into a chest anyway. But thanks for the suggestion
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