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Thread: New Socket 939 build..need info

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    Ok I havnt stayed really up to date on the Socket 939 scene, and I am thinking of selling my current computer and building a new one. I told the guy I am selling it to I could build him a good one for like 600 but I think I can just sell mine to him for 600...you think thats a pretty good deal?

    Ok, I know 939 is the best socket, and I just want like a A64 3500 or so...I think ill keep my ram and HDD. I just dont know which core to get and which motherboard, but I know you guys do lol.

    Thanks for any help!!!

    Edit: Also, whats the best graphics card I can get for like under 250...
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    Oh N0eS!!1111111111

    not AGAIN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!11111111111111



    i still remember that thread 2 years ago

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    Figure that a reasonable socket 939 system will run about $1K and up.
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    yeah i was going to put more money then just 600 in it..yahh

    and like almost all of the pages was yall talking ...but sorry for asking questions

    all i asked for was the motherboard..its not that hard
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigdawgfoxx

    all i asked for was the motherboard..its not that hard
    Not for me, no.

    Here you go.
    As good as it gets right now.

    So are we done now?
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    yeah thanks
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    ok I decided that I would just get an HIS x800Pro...it brought the total to 600 and ill give him my card...not like he needs either lol...

    what is the best amd 64 bit core out right now?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigdawgfoxx
    ok I decided that I would just get an HIS x800Pro...it brought the total to 600 and ill give him my card...not like he needs either lol...

    what is the best amd 64 bit core out right now?
    Good choice on the HIS X800PRO. Right now on your budget go with a san diego or winchester core.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Linkin Park
    go with a ... winchester core.
    I wasn't aware those were still available. Personally I think the Venice core might be a little more suitable.
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    Yeah, the venice core looks more on my budget lol..thanks for you help guys
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