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I am appealed by the price of the AMD X4 Phenom chips, but I am slightly curious when we can expect the 45nm refresh of these processors?
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Early '09 hopefully. I doubt they are going to back in the game any sooner than BullDozer though
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Early '09 hopefully. I doubt they are going to back in the game any sooner than BullDozer though
Then I suppose I'll just purchase the X4 9850 BE.
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Then I suppose I'll just purchase the X4 9850 BE.
If you don't already have a motherboard, wait for SB750!
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If you don't already have a motherboard, wait for SB750!
When does that come out? I am probably going to get the 4850's this week since I heard Best Buy is having a sale. I plan on building the computer in July though. (I'm hoping to spend $150 on a 4 PCI-E 16x, Newegg has an MSI motherboard with that)
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When does that come out? I am probably going to get the 4850's this week since I heard Best Buy is having a sale. I plan on building the computer in July though. (I'm hoping to spend $150 on a 4 PCI-E 16x, Newegg has an MSI motherboard with that)
If you know what's good for you, you won't get the MSI board. I'm not sure when SB750 is going to be released, by I know that the 780GX can overclock the 9850BE to 3.4ish. There's a thread about it in the news section.
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If you know what's good for you, you won't get the MSI board. I'm not sure when SB750 is going to be released, by I know that the 780GX can overclock the 9850BE to 3.4ish. There's a thread about it in the news section.
What brand would you suggest?
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Why not go Intel?
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What brand would you suggest?
DFI's 790FX has been overclocking higher than all the others, I suggest you stick with them ^_^
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Why not go Intel?
I've always used an Intel chip in all my computers. I think for a change I should take a chance with AMD's fine product. I don't personally care about huge performance boosts, but I think that the AMD X4 9850 is right for me. (Plus the motherboards aren't as expensive as Intel's, as I was thinking of buying the Core 2 Quad Q9450, I just don't think its worth at right now)

Also, RussianGrimReaper, does DFI have good BIOS support/warranty? I'm also curious if they have have versions of their motherboards with 4 PCI-E 16x? (I plan on having room for plenty of future upgrades) DFI and MSI are oddly enough the two brands I was trying to settle for, as both have very cheap motherboards with good reviews, but MSI seemed to have the support of 4x Crossfire vs. 3x Crossfire on the DFI board.
Edited by onexero - 6/19/08 at 8:41pm
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