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Hi everyone! I'm building a new pc (Slowly i'm still student).

I already got a Lian li PC-A03, a big part of my WaterCooling, 750w Silvertsone Fully Modular, Burner, Fan and a bunch of small stuff.

I always wanted a Bi-Quad Setup and i've found Intel 771 Matx Dual Socket.

Now i have something a bit more up to date with Dual CPU (AMD or Intel) to install a bi Quad (or 6 core for amd) And All that in a Matx form factor.

If someone can help me. or someone that have a used one for sell with a bit older CPU (not too old either!)


Thanks
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bump?? really no one have any opignion?
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I would think that it's not worth it. Just put your money into one processor. Buy a good board and overclock.
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I'm sure your right but is the trip. is like have 1000hp in a car..completly useless but u can says u get thes best one.... and is for the trip...

If that dosent work going to get a nice I7, but AMD CPU are so cheap even the Opteron that would be nice to get a dual 6 core
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I looked some, and the only dual socket mATX board that I saw was 771 socket. I don't think that there are any others out there, and more than likely if they exist they will be crazy expensive.
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not nice with all the technology out there....if they can make dual 771 4 years ago..why is so hard to make board for CPU that heat less when everything become smaller
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not nice with all the technology out there....if they can make dual 771 4 years ago..why is so hard to make board for CPU that heat less when everything become smaller
Probably because there's not enough demand for it in the enterprise market... let alone the consumer or pro-consumer market.
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and no one have one of the 771 board with 2 xeon quad core by chance? i'm interested to buy it!
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and no one have one of the 771 board with 2 xeon quad core by chance? i'm interested to buy it!
Are you going to be running anything that's actually going to use more than 4-threads?
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Nobody wants an mATX dual socket board, therefore there is no product as there is no market, thus no money to be made by producing one.

If you really want the best, you'd want an EVGA SR-2, with 2 Quad/Hex core Xeons, you could go for an similar Opetron setup, although overclocking would be severely limited/non existent, as it be a server board. You'd probably also need EEC Registered DDR3, which isn't cheap.

Besides, hardly anyone needs more than 4 cores, at the most, 6. People that would need to look into Dual Socket boards are large database crunching companies, or people that render multiple HD streams or similar. An average/high user/gamer would not notice any considerable gains from it over a high end single socket.

Chances are, if you are just an average user/gamer, the money would be better spent on a Single Socket setup, maybe an i7 970 if you wanted a hex core, although I doubt you'd need it.
    
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