Need advice on P4 3.2E mobo!

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  1. chlywly

    chlywly Active Member

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    I think i'm going to buy a P4E 3.2 Ghz, and I need a good mobo AGP not PCI-E... Dual DDR400 support, and must prefferably onboard LAN...

    I was originally considering the 3500amd but P4 = cheaper and better performance in all applications except games maybe. :wavey:
     
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    sorry, but the amd3500 is cheaper for most people.

    Anyway, for that chip (I assume we're talking PGA-478?) I would go with the Intel D865PERLL or D875PBZLK.
     
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    I'd go with the Asus P4C800-E Deluxe or with an Abit product.

    Skip the Intel boards unless you don't mind not having any overclocking ability.
     
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    I have an intel board and I have my P4 550 (3.4GHz) OC'd to 3.8GHz. :squint:
     
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    That's the 915/925 chipset though right?
     
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    925, yes.
     
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    That's why :mad:

    Clarification unless he buys the newer chipsets he won't have any overclocking capabilities on those two Intel boards.
     

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