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Which is Best processor for gaming


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Eidolon

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I need advice on which Processor to get. Basicly I play tons of games, World of Warcraft, CoD, and other MMORPG and FPS. I want to know which Processor would be good to get, I got around $400 bucks to blow,( I am going AMD BTW). Also would there be any benefits to getting a dual core (ie Athlon 64 x2) as opposed to a single core? if so which would be the best for gaming. Thanks. (If you guys know also need some advice on a mobo needs to befor AMD procesors and have SLI capabilities, Thx again)
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ankush patel

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hey, these days processor speeds dont really matter.

it really depends on the graphic card!

get a good graphic card they are really cheap
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nikki22

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this article is more than a year old....
but will give you an idea about building computers....


http://arstechnica.c...tem/godbox.html



hope this helps


Nicolas :tazz:
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Thebinaryman

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you should look at this topic.

http://www.geekstogo...-p4-t74582.html

EDIT: sory just realized that you already decided amd.

Edited by Thebinaryman, 16 November 2005 - 12:22 PM.

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My suggestion is that you get a athlon 64 3200 venice core or 3500 san diego core. You can overclock it easily. And spend the rest of money on a better graphic card (like a 7800 gt).
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