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Old 10-28-2005, 08:23 PM   #1
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Default Socket M2 vs. Socket 939

Is it really worth waiting for?????? I mean i'm going to start saving again to finish my computer i'm building and was wondering if i should hold off for a while and get the M2 or just stick with the old reliable 939......there can't be much of a difference in sockets now that their coming out left and right....i mean 754 to 939 in less that 2 years!!! Is it worth it to wait or just get the 939 and love it???Also which RAM would be better the OCZ performance series or Corsiar XMS I'm gonna buy one of the 2 but was wondering which would give more performance and overclocking abilities

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Old 10-28-2005, 10:16 PM   #2
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Default Re: Socket M2 vs. Socket 939

AMD will continue to support Socket 939 and 754 throughout all of 2006 so you might as well build the one you have planned, if you truly need another PC badly. AMD plans to eventually run all of their future processors under one platform called the Socket M. AMD’s Socket M2 CPU line will originally target the high end market bringing it's performance to the the 940-pin platform.
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