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Oke.......one last thing guys....just an advice...
http://www.hardware-roma.com/product...oducts_id=2796
It is a OCZ....
Or this One....
http://www.hardware-roma.com/product...oducts_id=1873
A Corsair...
Thanks Alot....so.....the dicisios i've taken...the PSU that you'll recommand me...an q6600....and overclocking like the above instructions.....is that oke???


Btw....it is italian....but at least you can see the amperes and the voltages....i'm in Italy...
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flaming but I really hate when people buy all of this good hardware and they go with a really crappy PSU...if they would of just got one better the first time, you would never have this problem.

And if you really want to make sure everything runs fine, get something like this PSU, although I have no idea where u live and order your parts, just search for it

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817139005

Sry link does work, you added a bunch of dots after the link
I would vote for the Corsair, all their products I have heard of and seen tend to grab top ratings.

Your board might not be able to get that Q6600 to 3.6 or anything, but it should get it to 3.0 very easily.
    
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If my board won't be able to get the q6600 at 3.6.....then it is better to get the e8400 and push it to 3.8.....maybe 4ghz???[-o<
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If my board won't be able to get the q6600 at 3.6.....then it is better to get the e8400 and push it to 3.8.....maybe 4ghz???[-o<
I'd say it really depends.

If the only thing you use your computer for is gaming, then the E8400 would probably be better. If you use it for a lot of multitasking, and that sort of thing, then maybe the quad would be better.

For future use, then the quad would probably be better, with the extra cores being more important than the extra speed.

Come to think of it, I really don't think you need a new CPU. You should be able to do 3.4-3.6 on your current one (I was at 3.6 24/7 on my E6400, which is your CPU but 2mb L2 cache) with a decent air cooler.
    
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So with this mobo i really cand get it to 3.2-3.3 at least?(....that sucks....anyway.....a quad at 3.0-3.2......it should be enough for some time...:-?
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I was on a P5N32-E SLI (680i version of your board) and I got 1800FSB (3.6ghz) on my E6400, so 3.4 should be plenty possible on a decent cooler.
    
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