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Old 10-05-2008, 03:47 PM   #11
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that is what i would do
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For video editing/converting, it's normally the CPU that suffers.
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he is right i do video editing and i needed a better cpu so i got a quad
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thank you all for your replies. if you could just help me which mainboard to choose from the list?
EDIT: here it is once again. just to mention that i'm not planning to do any overclocking.

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MB ABIT IB9 965 Core2Duo Sck.LGA775 118,50 KM
MB ABIT F-I90HD RX1250 Core2Duo Sck.LGA775 165,01 KM
MB ABIT FP-IN9-SLI Fatal1ty NF650i SLI Sck.LGA775 172,00 KM
MB MSI 945GCM5-F Sck. 775, mATX 123,49 KM
MB ABIT IP35-E Intel? P35 Express/ICH9 Sck.775 157,51 KM
MB GIGABYTE P35-DS3L iP35 Sck.LGA775 147,00 KM
MB ABIT I-45C 945GC GbE Sck.775 90,00 KM
MB EVGA NF 610i/ GF 7050 Sck.775 150,50 KM
MB MSI G31M-F Sck. 775 mATX CORE2DUO 123,49 KM
MB GIGABYTE G31M-S2L G31+CH7, Sck.775 105,00 KM
MB ABIT IP35V Intel? P35 Express/ICH7 Sck.775 154,50 KM
MB ABIT I-N73H GF7100/NF630i HDMI Sck.775 113,99 KM
MB ABIT I-N73V GF7100/NF630i Sck.775 98,00 KM
MB ABIT I-45CV 945GC Sck.775 83,99 KM
MB ABIT IP35P Intel? P35 Express/ICH9 Sck.775 153,50 KM
MB ABIT I-45D 945GC Sck.775 81,50 KM
MB ABIT I-G31 G31/ICH7 Sck.LGA775 95,50 KM
MB GIGABYTE P35-S3G 1.0 Sck.LGA775 145,50 KM
MB ASUS P5K SE/EPU Sck.775 162,00 KM
MB GIGABYTE EP43-S3L Sck.775 167,01 KM
MB GIGABYTE EP35-DS3L Skc.775 164,50 KM
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he is right i do video editing and i needed a better cpu so i got a quad
Thing is, the video rendering/converting software would need to support multi-core configurations to be able to take advantage... Vegas Pro should use all four cores, as well as Adobe Premier CS3. But, Lower End software might not.

It all depends on the software you're using!
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Thing is, the video rendering/converting software would need to support multi-core configurations to be able to take advantage... Vegas Pro should use all eight cores, as well as Adobe Premier CS3. But, Lower End software might not.

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thank you all for your replies. if you could just help me which mainboard to choose from the list?
EDIT: here it is once again. just to mention that i'm not planning to do any overclocking.
MB ASUS P5K SE/EPU Sck.775 162,00 KM is what i would use
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