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Thread: Need some info on dual-core

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    My brother is making a new system. Hes getting dual-core Athlon 64 4200.

    I wanted some info on motherboard that support dual-core 64's. Google hasnt told me much. He was thinking about getting SLI as well.

    I found this on newegg. Says it supports 64 x2.

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813127206
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    Don't do it, its not worth it.

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    Y not?
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    That FATAL1TY SLI was the mobo I was planning to get but since there outta stock AGAIN, and I dont really feel like waiting for the shit I might just get another. Thats the only mobo Ive seen on newegg that supports the X2 cores.

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    Check this out Linkin Park.

    http://www.tigerdirect.com/applicati...490934&CatId=0

    Even though I dont like TD any more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SingaBoiy
    Check this out Linkin Park.

    http://www.tigerdirect.com/applicati...490934&CatId=0

    Even though I dont like TD any more.
    Nice, thats the mobo I may be getting as a plan B if nothing happens with this FATAL1TY stuff.. Ive that that particular gigabyte board in my sights for some time now

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    Quote Originally Posted by asmithz
    Don't do it, its not worth it.
    No offense man, but whats with all the responses with no backing up whatso ever, why not man?
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    All the ABit Socket939 mobo's will support the x2 chips, but may need a bios update. This is probably also true for all the other major Socket939 suppliers, simply because the memory controller is built in to the chip.
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    This is something you may find interesting. I was just looking at it, and they test single core 64s, Fx-processors, dual cores, and P4s.

    I think the dual cores seem like a nice buy, myself, but I don't think we'll see what they really can do for a bit, and they do cost some.

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    Wow..the dual core looks really good!
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