Originally Posted by |WD-40|
You didn't like any of the suggestions you where getting because you obviously lack computer knowledge. Anyone who knows their stuff is going to tell you the same thing we all told you. Yes your question was 780i or 470, but the answer is neither.
And to this..
Did I not just say that only the Q6600's made around 2007 where the only few to post that high?
Yes WD-40 I must be inept when it comes to computers because I'm sticking with my 775 rig.
I've had the Q6600 in the past and it hit 3.6GHz no problem. Also the previous owner of my chip said he hit 3.6GHz no problem.
I'm very confident my chip will do 400FSB, it's the board that's in question.
Because I don't have an i7 or want sandybridge, it is I that must be the n0_ob here. Lulz
I had an i7 rig, decided to downgrade because I didn't need the power. My rig will be more than fine to play the games I have listed previously.
Not sure what your problem is.
Originally Posted by SaltwaterCooled
We tried; he wants to go 775 and it's ok, it's his rig. @OP, it'll be fine, I'm on 775 and can't complain, enjoy the board, I hope it works out as well as you hope.
That's a bit harsh WD, it's his cash, just because it isn't what we would do doesn't make it awful. There are bigger concerns than how he wants to spend his money. Like planning our own upgrades
Thanks saltwater. My rig won't be as powerful as some other 775 rigs, nor will it compete with an i7 / sandybridge. And I'm ok with that. I just want my rig to be how I want it, not how others want it.
Jam3sEdited by jam3s - 1/5/11 at 6:28pm