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jds21

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I have heard that the P5E is a better overclocker than the DQ6.. is this true? would it be more stable?
 
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I have heard that the P5E is a better overclocker than the DQ6.. is this true? would it be more stable?
well in those reviews the DQ6 seems better but idk if it worth the extra cash
 

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you are right, there isn't very much difference at all.. $345 compared to $287 makes the ASUS the clear winner... thanks
 
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#29
you are right, there isn't very much difference at all.. $345 compared to $287 makes the ASUS the clear winner... thanks
you know theres a thanks button :rolleyes:
 

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#30
lol... there u go.. enjoy
 

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#31
none for the rest of the posts? :(

you should hit the button whenever someone said something to help you.
 

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ok..ok... I just switched forums and my old never had this so I'm still getting used to using it
 

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#33
ok..ok... I just switched forums and my old never had this so I'm still getting used to using it
lol no worries, just letting you know ;):):toast:
 

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#34
i think i have sent enough thanks through this thread now that they should make a praise button....
 
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#35
i think i have sent enough thanks through this thread now that they should make a praise button....
lol :toast: let us know when you get it and how it goes
 

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#36
can do... thanks again for the help (NB the button has been pushed enough in this thread but i suppose one more won't hurt) :D
 

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#37
lol jds, nothing's wrong with generously using the thanks button, in fact, its a great way to properly credit people for helping you, that is its whole point :), and as DOM said, good luck with the build, and let us know how it goes!
 

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#38
well as you said... i think it is a great way to thank ppl for their help and u guys have been a GREAT help so you deserve every thanks you got... even if you did hint for it, you deserve every one