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October 27, 2005, 3:23 pm
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Ok, Battlefield 2 has made me decide to upgrade my current system: ATI 9700,
P4 2.8, 1gb ram
I got the X800GTO because it's an easy mod bios flash and OC up to X850 XT
PE speeds, ( I got an Arctic Cooler for it also)
I got the cross-fire mobo because it's good for OC, the obvious cross-fire
support and my Geil 433 DDR will still be happy.
now my budget leaves me with $200 to spend at newegg for a CPU.
what's the best cpu - bang for the buck in my price range? the X2 3800+ is
what I eventually want but out of my price range for now.
3000+ Venice 1.8ghz $142
3200+ Venice 2.0ghz 152
3200+Winchester 2.0ghz 198
3500+ Venice 2.2ghz 201
I'm thinking the 3500+ but I really have no clue with the Winchester vs
Venice or just going with the cheapest 3000+. I'm also looking at
overclocking what ever I get so if one overclocks much better than another
then that's definately a factor.
Re: DFI RDX200 Cross-fire, Connect3D X800GTO pci-x, and $200 left for a cpu???
get the 3200 venice. most people can overclock theirs to around 2.8 to 2.9
depending on motherboard and ram combo. You may have to resort to using a
memory divider to get that high with your particular memory but I can be
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