Hey guys........I asked this everywhere else but no one can give me a straight answer so i came here.....
I want to build (1st build) a budget ($1000 max.....$700 best) gaming PC (for Bioshock, Crysis, World in Conflict, etc.) for the Pentium Dual Core (O.C. it to 3.2) and have room to add a new chip like Penryn or better in the future.
Does any one now what boards support the Pentium Dual Core?
I was looking on Asus and saw that most of them will support Penryn (natively or with BIOS update) but it does'nt say what chips it supports.
I was considering either G33, P965, P35, or Nvidia 600 series........which is better for O.C.ing etc. that is about $100-140
Thanks for your help
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Get P35 or 680i , they are both better than P965 and G33 , but get 680i if u plan to use SLI ,if not , then go for a P35 board ,(both P35 and 680i OC very good )
I do not plan on SLI (hence budget PC) but if I were to get the P35......which brand/model?
Also, on other posts they said the P965/P975X is a better one for the money (save about $50-100)?
And whats the difference between the G33, P35 and the X38 (when it comes out)?