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I guess my only requirement for the mobo is that it control the speeds my 2x140mm in the front, 2x120mm in the back, and my nh-d14. I dont want to have to look at a speed controller or manually adjust them. And even the ones with auto function that I have seen require a bunch of annoying temp sensors.

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Originally Posted by HobieCat View Post
if it were me I would wait until the true AM3+ boards are released.
This.


The last thing your going to want to do is run into bios problems when horrible patches release, or the worry your not utilizing the full potential of the Bulldozer.

Its not like Having AM3+ Support matters now anyways, because no CPU is AM3+ right now, thus no point just buy one when BD releases.
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No loyalty this is my first build.... As for budget I will just say I'm not going to spend 1,000 on a cpu and I have no need for a sli/crossfire setup. I'm thinking a 580 or a 6970 depending on the platform

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$1000? thats just giving intel alot of money for something that doesn't constitute for a $1000 bucks.
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Cheap out for now. Get your high end video card and of course get the AM3+ mobo, but just hold out on a cheaper Phenom II quad core or below until AMD FX Series comes out in June

MSI's 890FXA-GD65 and high-end ASUS AM3 boards so far will run AM3+ CPUs. Better yet though you should get a motherboard on the native AM3+ socket.
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A better picture of what I am working with.

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Originally Posted by xd_1771 View Post
Cheap out for now. Get your high end video card and of course get the AM3+ mobo, but just hold out on a cheaper Phenom II quad core or below until AMD FX Series comes out in June

MSI's 890FXA-GD65 and high-end ASUS AM3 boards so far will run AM3+ CPUs. Better yet though you should get a motherboard on the native AM3+ socket.
Best advise I have heard so far... thanks



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