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ripo66

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Ok I decided to edit my question more efficiently
 
 

I'm new here and also sorry in advance for my English..

I have a number of motherboards And number of processors (attachd in the list below)

I want to assemble and build from the list 3 computers I would be happy if you could please help me with the the right and strongest combination

number one 1 will be The most powerful (cpu and motherboard)

and so on ....

2nd place

3rd place

By the way I am aware that the hardware is very old :)

CPU:

E7500 CORE 2 DUE

E4600 CORE 2 DUE

E2160 PENTIUM

E5400 PENTIUM

E8400 CORE 2 DUE

E5200 PENTIUM

E7400 CORE 2 DUE

E5700 PENTIUM

E2140 PENTIUM

E7200 CORE 2 DUE

Q6600 CORE 2 QUAD

E6750 CORE 2 DUE

motherboard:

INTEL DG41WV

INTEL DG41TY

INTEL DG31PR

INTEL D945GNT

INTEL DQ965GF

INTEL D945GCNL

INTEL D102GGC2

INTEL DP35DP

ASUS -P5KPL-AM

ASUS P5LD2-SE

ACER -EG31M

MSI 7346 -MS P-6-N SLI V2

GIGABYTE GA-P35-DS4

GIGABYTE GA-945GCMX-S2

GIGABYTE GA-P31-DS3L

GIGABYTE GA-G31M-S2L

GIGABYTE GA EP-43UD3L

Thanks in advance everyone


Thanks in advance everyone
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Edited by ripo66, 29 July 2020 - 04:56 AM.

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Good luck with this request ripo66, we can give you a couple of pointers as to where to look for archived info on the parts but that is about it I`m afraid.

 

CPU Benchmarks

 

Using your first CPU as an example;

 

Intel® Core™2 Duo Processor E7500 Compatible Intel desktop boards here Best other LGA 775 boards here

 

 

NB: Keep in mind that the RAM needs to be considered as well, use the fastest that is compatible and have two sticks for dual channel performance.


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I'm not sure what you mean

 

how i use the CPU Benchmarks to know which board is best one?

and which cpu is best from the list ?


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I'm new here

 

 

Hardly, you have been a GTG member for over seven years and I recall offering you assistance in the past but you abandoned that thread without even getting back to us as you also did with the remarkably similar thread that iammykyl helped you with here back in 2013  :unsure:

 

You don`t use the CPU benchmarks to find what is the best MB, you use it to find the best CPU on your list and then pick the MB on the list that supports the CPU + has the best spec.


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Sorry I may have made a mistake or I may not have noticed
It's in good faith
Not intentionally of course
Sometimes something is distracting
 
Wow how do you remember things from 7 years ago
 
ok i understand about cpu 
But as for the motherboards 
What is the best way to know which three boards are the best and strongest of course? Technologically advanced ?
 
thanks again

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