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that's pretty sweet.
It would be nuts if you could use both at once.
btw what's that card plugging into? it looks like the pci express for graphics cards, and there's 3 of them.
LMFAO! WOW! thats awesome hahaha
pay god knows how much to run an AMD on an intel board, or.....
just get an AMD board....
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All I can say is that this kind of setup is just looking for problems.
wouldnt the bandwidth of the PCI E bottleneck the cpu?
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it should. espeically with one of those boards that advertise fast bridges with the ram and cpu. if the cpu's not there, the bridge is broken!?!!Originally Posted by bigdawgfoxx
but that's hilarious! i wonder if intel can run on amd??? that would be fun too
As long as it only costs about the same as a standard mobo, this seems like a reasonable upgrade path from P4 to PCI E to Athlon64 if you don't want/can't afford to change everything at once.In one fell swoop, ECS are attempting to remove the cost problem inherent in switching between an Intel or AMD machine.
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