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its not sandy but it should do

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i built a freind of mine a comp, he needed to order the parts today or tomorrow. i am not going to wait for sandy bridge boards to show up. so i put together this. the heatsink and case are for a customer.


Edited by whe3ls - 3/1/11 at 8:01pm
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Could use a better heatsink.
     
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post #3 of 6
"Its not Sandybridge"
"Why build 1156, its a dead socket"
Other pointless comments for a rig that is already going to crush anything thrown at it.
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post #4 of 6
Well, it's probably 60,- cheaper given your motherboard instant. I'd say the difference in performance is about the same percentage as that it is with the percentage it is cheaper

Good on ya

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Could use a better heatsink.
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the heatsink and case are for a customer.
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the heatsink and case are for a customer.
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Could use a better heatsink.
read... he has watercooling that i may need to update.
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post #6 of 6
Sandy Bridge mobos are starting to come out, and if he was your friend you would get him a second gen i5 setup.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-298-_-Product

Biostar is surprisingly good for their price. My 1156 mobo was a Biostar and it overclocked just as good as the $250+ models.
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