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Which C2D/P35 combo?

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As the title says...which ones? I would be using my G.Skill HZs.

Edit: For around $300-350ish total
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The E6750 and Abit IP35 Pro would be my personal favorites. Should overclock to at least 3.6Ghz. If you wanted to go Quad, get the Q6600, or the Xeon X3220.
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ASUS P5K Deluxe!!
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A quad would cost you most of your budget, so a E6550 and a ABIT IP35 Pro would suit you well.
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fry's has a deal with an e6850 and an asus p5n-e for $377. i think it goes till this thursday
post #6 of 8
save more money, by the time you save your money, you can get a bangin' x38 or a cheaper p35. if not, i say the gigabyte DS3P for 150$
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813128047

and for a processor, like an e4300, yields crazy oc
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16819115013
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Hmm, with a $350 budget, I'd downgrade the CPU to an E6550, and the motherboard down to the vanilla IP35. That should bring it down to about $300. If you had an extra $100 to spare I'd say get the IP35 Pro.
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post #8 of 8
I recently purchased an Abit IP35 PRO and an E6750 and so far they've been great together. Right now I'm running at 3.4 Ghz at stock voltages.
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