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Corsair and Asus are basically industry partners. You won't have any problems with Corsair and Asus together. OC-wise, you won't get very far keeping the CL at 2, so you'll need 2.5 or 3 to really bump that HTT up. Also make sure that you don't up to vdimm too high on those.
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Which would u guys choose I like to game, convert moives to dvd,burn movies/music and like to muilttask. So which would u buy I going to order in 2 weeks just trying to get the most info I need to make the right choice. Well thanks in advance
If your going to get an fx60 or x2 4800+, you may as well have these :/
2 of http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820227063
1 of http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813131540
and 2 of http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814121215
I stress the :/
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Why not just get a 4400+ and clock it up 200 to become a 4800+? Then, if you have good cooling, maybe get it a bit higher and bingo.
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PC Power & Cooling TURBO-COOL 850 SSI T85SSI SLI, EPS12V, SSI 850W Power Supply 90 - 264V UL/ ULC/ CE/ TUV - Retail
PC Power & Cooling are very nice, but that's definitely overkill. An OCZ600ADJSLI would be more than enough and is $250 cheaper. There are other suitable PSUs that are even less expensive.

Just because you have a big budget doesn't mean that you need to buy the most expensive things. The other items on your list seem fine though.

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Why not just get a 4400+ and clock it up 200 to become a 4800+? Then, if you have good cooling, maybe get it a bit higher and bingo.
Well, if you can afford to get a 4800+, then you can clock it up 200 to become an FX60, or if you can afford an FX60, then clock it up 200 to be faster than anything that's been released. I don't think it's fair to compare OCed vs stock, since if you were going to OC the slower item, why wouldn't you OC the faster item?
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I would say buy the X2 4400+ and invest the $800 you saved over the FX-60 and buy phase change and clock that 4400+ up to about 3.2GHz and totally pwn the FX-60. But that's just the overclocker in me talking.
    
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Well, if you can afford to get a 4800+, then you can clock it up 200 to become an FX60, or if you can afford an FX60, then clock it up 200 to be faster than anything that's been released. I don't think it's fair to compare OCed vs stock, since if you were going to OC the slower item, why wouldn't you OC the faster item?
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I would say buy the X2 4400+ and invest the $800 you saved over the FX-60 and buy phase change and clock that 4400+ up to about 3.2GHz and totally pwn the FX-60. But that's just the overclocker in me talking.
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post #57 of 57
FX-60 hands down, its the lowest watt dual core and the only dual core chip that the mutiplyer is unlocked, and its perhapps the last chip for the 939 socket, meaning it would be the highest upgrade you coulod do for your mobo so you you shoulod max it out now,so in 2 weeks go out and buy it and overclock it till it sizzles!
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