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Originally Posted by eviloverclocker View Post
I seen a killer cheap pocesser on newegg. Heres the link:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16819103257


Would be a killer processer for ocing. 45watts.
??? Nowhere have I seen this CPU from anyone here on these forums, and this is the first I've heard of it--what makes you think it's supposed to be a good OC'er? Anyone else heard of them? It seems pretty new. But just 'cause it's only a 45watt CPU? That doesn't make it a good OC'er. Besides, a $60 dual core CPU for a recent $1000 build doesn't make sense.

I say stay with the 2.5GHz Phenom BE--your best choice for your build.

After looking at it, the first proposed build is a great build, but I'd second the RAID0 option (plus a third HD for all your backups).
    
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post #12 of 41
actually it is unless he like to throw money away because a cheaper rig can outperform the a 700 dollar AMD rig.

Last post its 12:15 at my place
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CPU - $88 (Free Shipping)
Hard Drive x 2 For Raid-0 - $150 (Free Shipping)
Memory 2x2G - $77 (Free Shipping)
Motherboard - $150 + $7 Shipping
Windows Vista Premium 64-Bit - $110 (Free Shipping)
Sapphire 3870 - $165 (Free Shipping)
Corsair 750TX - $130 (Free Shipping) + $120 After $10 MIR
Rocket Fish - $120 +$6 Shipping (Can be alot cheaper if you pick it up Locally)

Total = $1003
If you send in the $10 Rebate its $993
    
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post #14 of 41
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Well he might not be informed about how Intel chips are performing better than the current AMD chips. i was just suggesting this since he might not be a AMD fan and he just thought that Intel was better. He never said why he wanted AMD.
gee is that BIG NEWS ?
    
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Back in the days Intel had the performance crown then AMD then Intel then AMD now Intel. Soon will be AMD again then Intel and so and so…..

My only two intel processor were 486 dx 33 and dx 100. then I move to the AMD Duron. I have bought AMD since then. I understand that right now Intel CPU have the advantage but most likely AMD will introduce a better product soon.

The point is that I don’t like when only ONE company dominate the market. This just don’t benefit use. Thanks to this on going war we have see a lot of upgrade in the CPU area in the past few years.

If one of the companies Intel or AMD is eradicated. The progress will slow down , price will go up and everything will suck for us.

If AMD is wining and Intel have problems I will most likely buy Intel.

I don’t want to see another Microsoft empire with no direct competitors.
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well my previous build was a 2.8 duo amd with 4gb ram 8600 256mb ram and 250gb hd and it ran fine. at the time i bought it it costed me 600$ but now i can build that for alot less. If intel is better then i will gowith it.
post #17 of 41
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Motherboard
CPU
Ram
GPU (2 of these!)
Hard Drive (or go with 2 smaller HD's for Raid setup)
Optical Drive
PSU

In short --

Phenom x4 9850 Black Edition
DFI 790fx
2x 3870's CrossFire
610w PSU (PC Power & Cooling)
4gb Ram
DVD/RW
400gb 16mb cache Hard Drive

Totals 820 after MIR, just need to add Vista x64 and a case!

AMD powerhouse.. of course most here will tell you to go Intel / Nvidia with that budget

Also, look out for the combo deals on Newegg.. and shop around for a cheap case and a good deal on Vista x64
wow snowman, you've got talent

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post #18 of 41
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Why not go with Intel for $1000? Just curious.... are you just a diehard AMD fan?
and yet there's a lot of people telling users to go intel on an AMD thread!
if you're not desperate for the rig,i'd suggest to wait a little until the 4XXX series come out and see if they perform well/are worth the money.
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post #19 of 41
here is a possible crossfire build (possible psu upgrade needed)

9850BE

DFI LaNparty DK 790FX

2gb A-data ddr2 800

2x GECUBE Radeon 3870

Logisys 650W PSU

Logisys mid-atx case w/ window

Vista Home Premium

$951 for the beauty of a crossfire spider system
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post #20 of 41
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Why not go with Intel for $1000? Just curious.... are you just a diehard AMD fan?
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I would say wait on this build until the end of the year to see where the 45nm amd's go if possible. If you must jump then a phenom 9850, dfi 790fx-m2rs, 4gb gskill ram, and a 3870, 750 pc cooling.
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