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February 22, 2010 4:27:56 PM

Hello,
In your opinion what is the bang of buck CPU for LGA 775 socket
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February 22, 2010 4:47:43 PM

Depends...

I like E5200 and Q9400 :) 
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February 23, 2010 1:40:14 AM

Q8300 ftw! (or a Q9550 at MC)

Pure gaming; low dual core, OC the sht out of it. :) 
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February 23, 2010 2:09:08 AM

Bang for the buck processor? Easy. The AMD Athlon II X4 620. It is a full quadcore, has most of the performance of the higher end quadcores, overclocks very well, is on a socket with a decent upgrade path, and only costs $100. This puppy won't bottleneck 2 5970s in crossfire when overclocked!

You can't beat that, at all.

If budgets are even more of a constraint then the Athlon II X2 240/250 for $50 can't be beat with its good dualcore performance and great overclocking.
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February 23, 2010 2:50:00 AM

AMW1011 said:
Bang for the buck processor? Easy. The AMD Athlon II X4 620. It is a full quadcore, has most of the performance of the higher end quadcores, overclocks very well, is on a socket with a decent upgrade path, and only costs $100. This puppy won't bottleneck 2 5970s in crossfire when overclocked!

You can't beat that, at all.

If budgets are even more of a constraint then the Athlon II X2 240/250 for $50 can't be beat with its good dualcore performance and great overclocking.



OP's talking about Bang for buck LGA 775 processor.
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February 23, 2010 9:28:18 AM

shubham1401 said:
OP's talking about Bang for buck LGA 775 processor.


Correct I was trolling a bit. :pt1cable: 
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February 24, 2010 12:10:57 AM

AMW1011 said:
This puppy won't bottleneck 2 5970s in crossfire when overclocked!



I especially liked that part. :) 
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