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nope its like 40$ more at ncix
Edit: even more, at shoprbc which is in Ottawa it is only 170$ but at NCIX it is 222$ plus shipping
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If you get the 144, you will have to get a motherboard that is plenty stable above 300 FSB speed. If you dont, you wont get any speed. Memory is important too, but cheap value ram would do the job also, you just would lose performance due to the lower memory clocks.
Try to get the 146 or 148...the increased multi helps tremendously. Or look into the 3700 san diego..
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