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I am going to purchess a new board today my choices are the asus p4p800edlx or the p4c800edlx.. ive seen this board talked about a lot.. so far the only real main differnce i see between them besides the huge price upmark is the chipset.. so ... which chipset is better and why ..
    
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The 875p chipset is actually the fastest Intel chipset for the 478 boards..I should no ive had experince with this chipset in my prvious board. It also great for overclocking and is very stable.
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I am going to purchess a new board today my choices are the asus p4p800edlx or the p4c800edlx.. ive seen this board talked about a lot.. so far the only real main differnce i see between them besides the huge price upmark is the chipset.. so ... which chipset is better and why ..
Well i have no exsperience with the 875p, but the 865PE clockes very well too.

Correct me if im wrong please

Isn't the difference between 865 and 875 have to do with security?
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Well i have no exsperience with the 875p, but the 865PE clockes very well too.

Correct me if im wrong please

Isn't the difference between 865 and 875 have to do with security?
The differnce between them is that the 875p has ''Pat'' which is an application acceleration technology.
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The 875 is a much better chipset than the 865. I went up about 3000 points in aquamark by just changing motherboards (865PE to 875PT).
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When buying my last board, I researched this question pretty thoroughly. There's no doubt that the 875P is the superior chipset, but the reviewers all agreed (which is amazing in itself) that the performance difference wasn't worth the extra $50 or so. It's really up to you. Both will give you very solid performance, and if you want/need the extra performance and don't mind paying for it, the 875P is the way to go. You won't be disappointed with the 865PE if you decide to save some money, though, especially if you invest it in some other components.
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thank you for the info.. ive decided to grab the p4p800e-delux the main reason is it was close to 200 dollars cheaper then the p4c800's i could actually find in stock hopefully this one i wont burn out like i did my ai7..
    
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ASUS have created a great board in the P4P800 (Springdale i865pe) and on almost all benchmarks against P4C800 (Canterwood i875) there is parity or a win on the Springdale side. ASUS have encorporated some tricky work to make use of PAT (Performance Accelleration Technology) and MAM (Memory Accelleration Mode) to create a very fast board.

The P4P800 /E/E-Deluxe/SE all make use of these technologies.

The cheapest of them is the P4P800 SE and it is a most excellent board.

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