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A P5WD2-E Premium and Corsair XMS2 DDR2 675
The Corsair XMS2 5400UL RAM was discontinued by corsair and is actually quite hard to find these days and the later revisions were 3-3-2-8 instead of 3-2-2-8, but even then it's still sweet memory, but probably is best in the nforce based motherboards since they have an obscene number of dividers you can use.
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Even though the Dual core will be more future Proof the Single CORE can be oced more and will out perform the Dual core.
post #13 of 13
its time to go dual core. multitasking and gaming si the future so get a dual core since games are startng to support dual core
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