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Anything with an X in its name, except the Xeons.
yummmmm....

unlocked Multi.
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That'd be neat...Intel XX3220, unlocked multi Xeon...
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Ive never heard of a Conroe quad... I thought the only quads were the kentsfield and the yorkfields... Im pretty sure Conroe is the name for the dated dual cores, before the Wolfdale.
An Intel Quad is just two duals stapled together. Hence a Kentsfield is two Conroes plus one staple. Or two if the first one bends up funny. I hate that, don't you?

Get a Q6700, that should belabor your water loop sufficiently. Don't get anything 45nm.
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