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this motherboard http://www.newegg.co...N82E16813141002 has a fsb of 1333mhz and this processor http://www.newegg.co...N82E16819116247 has a fsb of 800mhz will they work together?
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Yes, they are compatable with each other. I highly recommend a core 2 duo over the Pentium D. Pentium Ds are crap.

Edited by Titan8990, 11 June 2007 - 07:36 PM.

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and why are Pentium Ds crap?
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Heat and poor performance over other leading processors, if you can just for something like the E4300 or E4400 instead you'll get better performance even though the clock speed is lower.
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Edited by james_8970, 11 June 2007 - 08:07 PM.

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James I don't think you noticed but he picked out a $350 Pentium D :whistling:. The e6600 is supossed to be the sweat spot as far as performance/value but if you were really looking to spend that much the e6700 is actually only $320.
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with the Pentium D wouldn't you be able to run more things at the same time?
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What?! Since when are pentium D's selling for that much? Ekk.
:blink: your right titan.

Basically my response says it all. Intel is trying to pull in an unsuspecting user and rip him/her off. These are two Pentium 4 glued together, thus running very hot, as titan said the E6600 would be your best bet. The Core2duo line are native dual core CPU's as well as more efficiant per clock cycle, basically meaning the Core2duo's can perform more in the same time period then the Pentium D's. The Core2duo are cheaper (:whistling: since when) and offer better performance - Much better. With the Core2duo's you'll be able to run much more then with the Pentium D, guaranteed.
James

Edit: They must be phasing out Pentium D's, that is the only reason to suggest the current cost increase.

Edited by james_8970, 11 June 2007 - 08:30 PM.

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with the Pentium D wouldn't you be able to run more things at the same time?


I assume you say this because the Pentium D is dual core. The Pentium D was two Pentium 4s glued together. It wasn't truely a dual core CPU. I happened like this because Intel was in a rush to get dual cores on the market before AMD did. AMD's X2s were much better then the Pentium D's of the last generation. Now Intel has their improved dual cores called the Core 2 Duo. AMD has yet to release a line for this generation.

Basically no, you will not be able to run more things at once with the Pentium D compared to the Core 2 Duo. Pentium Ds were never good and now that Intel has a newer and better line of CPUs (best out now) it wouldn't be smart to go with anything less (with Intel).

Edit: You beat me to it James.

Edited by Titan8990, 11 June 2007 - 08:30 PM.

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Edit: You beat me to it James.


Muhahahaha :blink:
My names James and I type as fast as the speed of light :help:
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lol, not at all. It's a cool thought though :help:
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this motherboard http://www.newegg.co...N82E16813141002 has a fsb of 1333mhz and this processor http://www.newegg.co...N82E16819115002 has a fsb of 1066MHz will they work together?
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http://www.newegg.co...N82E16814150229
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if i need a new driver please send me a link to one that is 64-bit
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please can someone help me
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