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Old 08-14-2006, 09:25 PM   #11
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ASUS P5B DLX with the E6600. Thats the combo for the first 100% OC Conroe. Then get 2GB of Team Group DDR667 3-3-3-8 RAM.
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Is the E6600 good to OC with the P5W DH?
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Definetely get the E6300. My only concern is that a 400W PSU might be a little low. I'm sure it can support that kind of computer, but it would be better if you could get at least a 500W one.
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