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1) Ditch that 80 GB and just install Windows on your 1TB. You'll thank me later.

Personally I would save up and invest in either the SB 1155 socket or see what AM3+ has in store. You generally get a better return on investment by spending a bit more onto a new platform than dumping money into a platform which is already two generations behind.

If you are destined to stay in 775 land:
1) More RAM
2) Some sort of 9 series quad.

Edit:
Just noticed that 1 TB is external.
Personally I would crack open the enclosure and then install it as an internal drive.
If it's an eSATA enclosure then by all means simply just install windows on it as an external.
Edited by beers - 2/5/11 at 3:24am
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post #12 of 24
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Originally Posted by Speedster159 View Post
MY Mobo can handle more than 2 Gigs, It can take 2 sticks of 2GB DDR2 Ram, A total of 4Gigs
Ah sorry, I Googled the model name yesterday and got take to a page which told me the max was 2GB, just went on MSI's site and it clearly says 4GB.
Quote:
Originally Posted by flyin15sec View Post
You can look at it from your view or mine. Both perspectives gives an increase in performance, and they both will cost money. The OP's financial status is not our concern. However, I believe that if he needs to spend money then he should invest in products that will have a much longer lifespan.

Regarding deals, Yes, you can likely find plenty of deals for socket 775 boards. But once again, you'll be stuck with older generation chipset that can only be upgraded with older Intel CPUs. Choosing the SB route, does not mean high end. SB is mainstream and H67 boards can be had for new,US prices, starting around $90 (when they were available), not sure what that converts to in Philippine Peso. H67 based boards are perfectly fine now, since the turbo feature clocks SB processors so high.

Edit **I can understand the OPs concerns. I faced similar problems with multiple aging AGP systems, back in the begining of 2008. I was reluctant to upgrade to a complete PCIe system because the total cost would be more than investing into just high end AGP video cards. This is coupled with IDE drives, DDR memory only, so making an overhaul quite expensive. However, at the time AGP cards were limited to 7800GS Nvidia and HD3850 ATI.

In the end, I decided to overhaul the systems, and not just upgrade the AGP video card. I took a hit on the cost, but gain much better performance overall. I went from 2 P4(socket 478) and 1 Athlon64 (socket 754) to 2 AthlonX2 (AM2+) and 1 E8400.
I wasn't saying that Sandy Bridge wouldn't be a good option for the OP, I was saying that it might not be an option. By all means, if you don't mind spending a bit, go with SB - the performance difference will be phenomenal. If you'd rather stick with 775 for a bit, upgrade the RAM to 4GB and buy a new hard drive. They may not be the best upgrades in the world, but they will give you a performance boost and they won't be too costly. That should keep the PC going for a bit until you decide that you really do need to upgrade the whole lot.
post #13 of 24
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Still not done upgrading...

My next upgrade will be the HD, From my Seagate 80GB Barracuda IDE, to a
500gb Seagate Barracuda SATA

Then the RAM, Then the CPU...


Will be staying in 775 land for a while too..
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post #14 of 24
Sounds like a decent path to follow, although I would recommend a Samsung Spinpoint F3 instead of the Seagate if it's available where you live.
post #15 of 24
Quote:
Originally Posted by Speedster159 View Post
Still not done upgrading...

My next upgrade will be the HD, From my Seagate 80GB Barracuda IDE, to a
500gb Seagate Barracuda SATA

Then the RAM, Then the CPU...


Will be staying in 775 land for a while too..
Not to rain on your parade or drone on about what was already said, but you generally need the following for a full platform upgrade

Motherboard
CPU
RAM

You'll already be buying two of these components, for slightly more (~15-30 per) plus the cost of a motherboard, you could easily extend your investment on a newer platform.
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post #16 of 24
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I will just follow my plan for now..

@ellisbodds

The HDD your saying is not available in my Country...


Try finding me one here
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post #17 of 24
Quote:
Originally Posted by Speedster159 View Post
I will just follow my plan for now..

@ellisbodds

The HDD your saying is not available in my Country...


Try finding me one here
Ah, I thought it might not be. I'd say that the Seagate you were going to get anyway would be the best choice out of the ones available on that site.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by ellisbodds View Post
Ah, I thought it might not be. I'd say that the Seagate you were going to get anyway would be the best choice out of the ones available on that site.
Just like i thought

Thats the only vendor in the Philippines i trust...

I don't trust anyone else..
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Originally Posted by Speedster159 View Post
Still not done upgrading...

My next upgrade will be the HD, From my Seagate 80GB Barracuda IDE, to a
500gb Seagate Barracuda SATA

Then the RAM, Then the CPU...


Will be staying in 775 land for a while too..
Personally I'd go Ram first, CPU second and HDD last mainly because there's a chance you could remove the HDD from your 1tb external drive and install it into your system, thus overall increasing data transfer speeds without spending extra money.
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Now way i'm removing the 1TB(duh..)It has all my files in their..
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