Wanted Best Compatible config for Core 2 Duo

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    leenus2b New Member

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    Hi All,

    i am planning to buy a desk-top.
    planning to hav
    1.core 2 duo
    2.compatible motherboard/chipset for Core2Duo [watz best Intel/Other ]
    3.17" CRT....
    4.1 GB RAM [DDR/DDR2 ]
    5.all other GOOD accessories.
    6.600 UPS

    I want best compatible Core2Duo and Chipset..with in 15K.
    My total budget is around 30-32K

    Thanks & Regards
    Leenus
     
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    Intel CORE2DUO e6300
    Intel DG965RY
     
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    Hi
    Can some one tell me wat is the diff between ddr ddr1 and ddr2 ram's.
    Thanks
    leenus
     
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    DDR VS DDR2
    Nothing like DDR1..its just called DDR.

    DDR achieves greater bandwidth than the preceding single-data-rate SDRAM by transferring data on both the rising and falling edges of the clock signal (double pumped). This effectively nearly doubles the transfer rate without increasing the frequency of the front side bus.

    DDR2 primary benefit is the ability to run its bus at twice the speed of the memory cells it contains, thus enabling faster bus speeds and higher peak throughputs than earlier technologies. This is achieved at the cost of higher latency.



    DDR3's prefetch buffer width is 8 bit, whereas DDR2's is 4 bit, and DDR's is 2 bit.

    Theoretically, these modules could transfer data at the effective clockrate of 400-800 MHz (for a single clock bandwidth of 800-1600 MHz), compared to DDR2's current range of 200-533 MHz (400-1066 MHz) or DDR's range of 100-300 MHz (200-600 MHz).
     
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    If you can spend some 1.5 thousand more for processor go for Intel E6600 for around Rs.16500.
     
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    Manufacturer--Either Intel or Asus..
     
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