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Buying ne prosessor(Core 2 Duo)


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danonzarider

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Well my computer sucks at the moment so i'm wondering is it a good idea to buy a core 2 duo prosessor.

if it is could someone point me to the nicest cheapish one.

also what is a cheap mobo that will run with a core2duo?

thanks.

Also would it be better to buy a whole computer than just upgrading it myself?

Because im planning to buy this cpu and mobo, then more ram, HDD, and a G-Card.

So im upgrading most things..

One more thing... I'm in the UK so UK sites please.

Edited by danonzarider, 07 September 2007 - 07:15 AM.

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Well what are you doing? Are you a gamer? The most common Core 2 Duo chip is the Intel E6600 but it is probably better to get the E6750 because it is cheaper and faster.

PS: Welcome to Geeks to Go.

Edited by jackflash1991, 07 September 2007 - 01:39 PM.

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Most importantly what are your specs now?
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