Best Processor And Mobo Under 10k

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    arcticflare New Member

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    Can someone suggest a gud combo of motherboard and processor for under 10k. Can be AMD or INTEL. Urgent plz..
     
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    Asus A8N-VM CSM..........4.5k
    Athlon64 3500+......6000

    If u oc the processor to 2.4GHz.....then it will be come a 3800+ :D...
     
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    Asus A8N-E Rs. 5500
    Athlon64 3200+ Rs. 4500

    This mobo will give better results while overclocking compared to the A8N-VM CSM. Keep in mind that it does not have integrated graphics but in every other way its better than the A8N-VM CSM.
     
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    AMD 64 3200 Venice + Asus A8N E + Good after market cooling, overclock the CPU and make it as fast as a 4000 Clawhammer or faster, maybe upto FX55!
     
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    isnt this good

    Intel (dual core)- 820 for P4 socket 775, 2.8 GHz ,800MHz, 2MB cache

    Intel D102GGc ATi integrated gfx ,16xPCX slot ,DDR2 support

    this will come within 10 k (around 9.5 K)
     
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    sam gave the best one if he doesnt have a gfx card......
    other wise a8ne + athlon 64 3200+
     
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    What is the usage?
     
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    I had a p42.8ht with intel 865gbf. Processor burnt out after a lot of overheating issues. Will the amd 64bit 3500 match the 2.8ht in speed and performance? What abt overheating issues with amd?
     
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    Will beat it in almost anything or will be just about as good for somethings if not better.

    Did you have a prescott?

    AMD doesn't have heating issues but nor should any CPU barring prescott and if it has then it also means that it can take close to those temps
     
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    i don't think 2.8ht comes under EE.
     
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    get the AMD Anthlon64 3200+ and ASUS A8N-VM CSM motherboard.
     
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    Well.....the 3500+ will surely out perform u r old 2.8......and a 3000+ also comes in competition with da 3GHz....intel....prescott......

    The prescott is too hot for india! :D......well....if u get a Venice then it will not even go above 50* unless u choke it!.. :D.....the stock AMD cooler is gr8...for overclocking also...
     
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    for photoshop or something like that, sometimes some 3.0Ghz>AMd 64 3500, however probably practically unnoticeable.
     
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