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Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by Tran_McGrady, Oct 22, 2006.

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    Abit!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    that board is really good, but the price is crazy. i might get it when price goes down
     
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    yeah thats good, i dont need to crossfire i think its a waste of money. no game requires the ultimate computer
     
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    But a game with a High-Res Monitor does!

    But yeah, if you're not going to do CrossFire in the future, just go with a board w/ 1 PCI-e (X16) slot
     
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    A cheap and popular choice is the Gigabyte DS3 (1*PCI-E 16x), if you have a bit more money go for P5B-Deluxe or Gigabyte DQ6 (2*PCI-E 16x), they're all great OCers. DS4 is good also, has exactly same layout as DQ6 but only a tad more expensive than DS3, only available in Europe though.
     

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