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Title says it all, Not aware of the steppings but the venice is 30 bucks more. Which would you take? I can get the 3200 winchester for 100 dollars which is 30 less than the venice, But I've heard and seen venices surpass winchesters. Which to get?
 

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Before I switched to an Opteron, my 3000 Venice was running at 2700 prime stable. Check out the screen shots. If you go that route, make sure that you have some good cooling (I was using a Big Typhoon). I'm sure that you'll be happy with whatever one that you buy.
 
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That's awesome. I may get the venice then but then I only have 100 for ram opposed to 130 if I get the winchester. Blah.
 

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How much are you looking to spend? I still have my Venice and might be willing to part with it if I know that it will be going to a nice home! PM me if you need any more info.
 

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Originally Posted by metalkobra

are you gonna want another 1gb kit of ram? ill see what i can find ya.

That'd be awesome. This is a fixer upper cpu for the time being. I hope I get back from my holidays a month or so earlier before the end of summer so I can get a job and pay back the rents, and get a nice dual core. Possibility of water cooling soon if money permits.

So guys, Go for the venice?
 
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