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Blue_Jazz

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[FONT=Courier][SIZE=1][COLOR=green]I have a few questions about motherboards, processors, harddrives, memory.... well every thing! :tazz:

I have looked on newegg for mobos and have found this...

ASUS P5AD2-E Deluxe Socket T (LGA 775)

(I hope i'm doing this right, first time forumer)
it seems to be a great product with the reviews i have read but the next model up seems to have a little more features.

ASUS P5AD2-E Premium Socket T (LGA 775)

What are your views on these two products?Could you recomend something else mayby a little cheaper?(not looking to spend an arm or a leg) ;)

I'm looking to build my next PC and i would like to overclock it.

thanx
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If you're going to overclock forget Pentium, its a waste, the gains by overclocking are minimal. You obviously are interested in gaming so go AMD.........AMD performs way better than Pentium in games
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Ok I'll look into some other hardwear and just try to keep my options open im not quit ready to buy so i'll keep looking


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I dont know much about AMD processors could you give me the heads up on them what would be the best processor.





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