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- Apr 4, 2005
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So which would you recommend and why? This would be in a normal mobo, no Sli or anything like that.
AMD will win hands down anyway. Intel don't have a memory controller on there procesors, it's still on the chipset. This means that since AMD have a memory controller on there chips they have direct access to the system memory.KidBoy17 said:Wow, thats freaking amazing! Now if you could find me a AMD vs Intel that would be great.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E16813131004KidBoy17 said:Nothing really. I plan on getting the x1900xtx, Amd X2 4800, 2x1gb Pc 4000 ram and a mobo that can run all of this.
Nup, you can run one card in there aswell. The good thing about that board is that if you want to add a crossfire edition card of the same card later it'll allow for a good upgrade when the price comes down (However you'll need a good psu for crossfire/SLI). Make sure you get a decent psu with your system.KidBoy17 said:Now, thats a crossfire board, does that mean i have to buy a crossfire video card also?
Depends, what brand and the timings on it. What kit are you looknig at buyying?.KidBoy17 said:All right, thank you very much Overlord! Should i go with any better ram or is that Pc 4000 good?
That kit isn't to bad at all, however if you can afford this one below it has lower timings, and amd chips like there memory timings low.KidBoy17 said:I was thinking on going with this brand...
Uh, KidBoy17 smells?KidBoy17 said:Alright, thank you so much Overlord. Hopefully this helped some people out as well. You may close the topic if the mod feels like it, but if they do close it, they must do it in a funny way or they ARE NOT ALLOWED TO CLOSE THE TOPIC!