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Open Box Crossfire Motherboard $32.99

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    If you want a very versatile motherboard this seems like a hell of a deal. Its $32.99 shipped free. The layout is great, too. I don't need it but if I did I would have already ordered it.

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    Edit: Sold already. Damn Newegg still had it listed but just changed it.
     
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    I see no such thing
     
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    Just got deactivated

    Right after I posted I got a message that we apologize but this item has been deactivated. I tried to delete the thread but couldn't.:nutkick:
     
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    Its ok, just go with my previous post ;)
     
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    Personally I would rather the sandybridge board instead of a non AM3+ board :(
     
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    Startup cost more with Sandybridge

    Trying to help support those with pauper pockets or just want to build a dirt cheap gaming/multimedia PC. A quad core from AMD can be had for around $100 and a 6 core around $160. For example a 1055T from AMD.

    AMD Phenom II X6 1055T Thuban 2.8GHz 6 x 512KB L2 ...

    or a Phenom II 965 can be had for $120 after a promo code.

    AMD Phenom II X4 965 Black Edition Deneb 3.4GHz 4 ...
     
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    Still a sandy and from what ive seen it spanks most AMD dual core and comes close to AMD quads (smaller ones)
     
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    I guess it depends on the app

    I just think with virus protection and yadda yadda it would be wiser to have more cores available for games and apps that see and use 3,4, or more cores.
     
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    Thats why if you can afford it, get a 2600K :)
     
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