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Thread: AMD 64 + AMD 64 x2

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    suprafreak6's Avatar Suprafreak6 is Back!
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    Which one is better? Amd 64, or Amd 64 x2. I know x2 is newer and is for more multitasking. but is it worth it for me to spend more money on the x2. All im going to be doing is either playing some games or typing, or surfing internet, rarely will i do that all at one time
    Last edited by suprafreak6; 11-26-2005 at 05:23 AM.

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    ur fine with amd64 then.
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    cool, clocker what do u think? and also i was going to try and save money and get this graphics card bundled with the amd 64 3500

    Graphics Card
    http://www.newegg.com/product/Produc...82E16814133129

    Processor
    http://www.newegg.com/product/Produc...82E16819103533

    should i go with clockers choice or is this one still okay because arent they both the same?

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    You could save even more if you buy the 3000+ with the intention of buying an X2 later. The price of the X2 will be a lot lower. In fact, if you time it right, you could end up with both CPUs for less than buying an X2 now. Or an even faster X2.

    Then again, you might want something completely different in a year or 2.

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    I'd go with the Opteron and a XFX 6600GT on the DFI motherboard.

    Great performance and you can upgrade the vidcard (should you desire) in 2006 as the nVidia/ATI wars heat up some more and prices drop.
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    i think i want to stick with the mobo i had because it will be better in the future when i want to upgrade to x2, also the 64 is cheaper then the opteron so im going to use that, as for the graphics card, i dont really know
    is there anything wrong with that graphics card i tried to get a s a combo?

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    Quote Originally Posted by suprafreak6
    i think i want to stick with the mobo i had because it will be better in the future when i want to upgrade to x2,
    What board are you referring to?
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    sorry i guess i forgot to mention my other thread about my first build,
    but this is the mobo
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813128306
    whoops my bad clocker, hey also can u check my thread on first build?
    Last edited by suprafreak6; 11-26-2005 at 04:03 PM. Reason: Messed up link

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    Quote Originally Posted by newegg
    We are very sorry, the page that you requested does not exist.
    Try again?
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    I fixed that link people

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