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Quad on a p5k-se?

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Hi guys just wondering how a p5k-se will fare with a quad? Its a little underpowered compared to her more featured bretheren (also only 4 phase power) Its cheap though and in stock at the moment at my local shop. Any reasons not to get it?
    
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500 GB + 320 GB DVD+-RW Windows Vista Business Dell 2001 FP 
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Logitech 600W Coolmax Antec 900 OCZ Equalizer 
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Hi guys just wondering how a p5k-se will fare with a quad? Its a little underpowered compared to her more featured bretheren (also only 4 phase power) Its cheap though and in stock at the moment at my local shop. Any reasons not to get it?
It's better than your 965, I'll can say that much for sure. Four phase power is not a bad thing if it is done correctly.
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