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Moderboard ASUS P5B Socket 775, Core 2 duo E4500

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by ShiraQ, Jan 26, 2014.

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  1. ShiraQ New Member

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    My question is if it's a good idea to buy these parts from a second hand

    (Moderboard - ASUS P5B Socket 775,

    Graphic card Geforce 8600 GTS

    Core 2 duo E4500)


    and i want know if they are better than these parts that I have now on my computer and will the new parts fit on my computer?

    Motherboard - M52L-S3P

    Graphic card Ati radeon 4600

    amd athlon tm x2 250 processor 2 cpus - 3.0GHz
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    Hi

    If graphic card is Radeon HD 4670 PCIe [it is same as GeForce 8600 GTS]
    Source -here [more information may be available in the TPU database]

    amd athlon tm x2 250 performs better than the Core 2 duo E4500 in most applications some eaqual
    Source -here

    This is the better balanced system
    Motherboard - M52L-S3P
    Graphic card Ati radeon 4600 [this may be a *HD 4650 or a HD 4670] {*HD 4650 less performance}
    amd athlon tm x2 250 processor 2 cpus - 3.0GHz

    Note: why not fill in your system specs here

    Note: If you open a post and it is in the wrong place ask a mod to move it; don't open another ;) http://www.techpowerup.com/forums/threads/moderboard-asus-p5b-socket-775-core-2-duo-e4500.197253/

    atb

    Law-II
    Last edited: Jan 27, 2014
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    Please use the original thread Law-II linked to. Thanks.
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