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I5,mobo,ram need suggestion!urgent!

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December 19, 2009 1:12:15 AM

any i5,with mobo tat support cf/sli.any corsair or ocz ram

important must lowest price!budget problem

thanks you

More about : mobo ram suggestion urgent

December 19, 2009 2:00:44 AM

dandy said:
any i5,with mobo tat support cf/sli.any corsair or ocz ram

important must lowest price!budget problem

thanks you


OCZ Platinum DDR 3 10666 or GSkill 10666

Gigabyte P55 UD3R
Totally forget xfire/SLI on a p55 set up just get yourself a decent card like a ASUS 4890 or if you can afford get a 5850, if you seriously want xfire on P55 save up for a Gigabyte UD7 so that you get the full 16x + 16x , it has an extra gfx chip onboard giving you full xfire but it wont be cheap
Samsung 1TB F3 very low price atm
With i5 you need to get yourself a good cooler, youll need to check that out yourself because there has been a dismal choice of skt 1156 coolers up until recently so you need to look for yourself, i use a Noctua U12P which is excellent but again it was expensive.




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December 19, 2009 2:03:47 AM

hmm... i think he said "important must lowest price!budget problem"

does that mean anything to you?
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December 19, 2009 2:09:51 AM

in tide budget nw.but must is i5.haha
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December 19, 2009 2:21:10 AM

It is kinda contradictory to ask for i5 / dual video card setup and low budget at the same time ^^!

GIGABYTE GA-P55M-UD4
@139.99 does SLI/CF at 8x+8x, but it is unlikely you will get two video cards that tops that. It is a mini board tho, for low costs right?

Intel Core i5-750 2.66GHz
@ 200.00

get any ram you want, higher rate ones if you plan to overclock

wiinippongamer is right that, at the $200 CPU range (for i5), AMD is a better choice.

Of course, you will need to clarify what you are using the PC for the the best trade-off.

time stamp: 12/18/09
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December 19, 2009 2:29:47 AM

thanks you guys!

i already got amd rig

and just sold out my intel q9400 rig.

nw planning for i5,and i prefer bigger board for sli/cf..about the ram i knw what to do d after hearing your guys suggestion.

any board cheap and can support both sli/cf?
about the i5 which better:7xx or 6xx?what different?nob at here^
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December 19, 2009 2:31:32 AM

for gaming!
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December 19, 2009 2:46:10 AM

of u went tie buget u ha ha i5 da shure es good !

Sorry couldn't help myself.
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December 19, 2009 2:57:01 AM

dont worry.i just want the cheapest board that can support sli/cf but must from asus,giga or msi
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