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    Heyy guyss...... I found out it was time for ME to get a brand new computer, with a budget around 1300 dollars AUS, heres what i decided to buy....

    - Asus Maximus 2 Formula
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    - Also adding an extra 120mm fan on the left panel side of the case for the graphics card.

    With all this.... i am thinking of overclocking, once i build this rig. My aim is for 3.9ghz+. Just say if i was lucky having a VID of 1.25v, do you think i would be able to reach 3.9ghz+? THank youu... I hope this is enough cooling.

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    Q6700 is not 1.25v, it's around 1.325v.
    3.9ghz with air cooling? NO, at least you need watercooling for this
    320gb HDD? to small, 750gb is minimum now
    8800gs, why would you go with old tech? go with AMD/ATI HD4850, this video card will beat the crap out of 8800gs for under $200 US

    Again, talking about yesterday technology you can get Q9300 to 3.6ghz or possible up to 3.8ghz with Maximus II

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    ok........ if the q9300 vs q6700 clock for clock....which one is faster? in performance.

    I heard a lot of people getting to 4ghz was easy on a q6700 because of the 10x multi it has..

    THanks deton for the replyy..

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    I don't know if you are into gaming.....but if so and to maintain some level of upgrade path say for 2 graphics cards later you might want to consider maybe a 650 or 750w PSU.

    I reckon you could get 3.9 on air BUT not 24/7 and not if ambient goes over around 23-24Deg C and then only if you are prepared to listen to around 60db of fans......TOO LOUD...I know I tried!!!

    Other than that....Deton nailed it.....and remember to look out for Intel price drops now
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    Quote Originally Posted by Whackoman View Post
    ok........ if the q9300 vs q6700 clock for clock....which one is faster? in performance.

    I heard a lot of people getting to 4ghz was easy on a q6700 because of the 10x multi it has..

    THanks deton for the replyy..
    the reason I compared q9300 to q6700 because they're both under $300. Q9xxx is 45nm chip, they run must cooler than 60nm chip and better overcloking as well.
    If you're really want to compare clock for clock then you should compare the Q9450 with Q9670. Q9450 will out perform the Q6700 but for the value then the Q6700 win in this category.

    It's true Q6700 will easly getting to 4ghz but you must have better cooling than just normal air cooler.

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    Heyy...thanks for the replies guyss..... i have school now i have to be quick....

    Ummm would rather have 2gb 1066mhz ram and a 8800gt graphics card, or 4gb ram 1066mhz and a 8800gs graphics card.

    lol im only a 13 year old kid...so im not really into gaming, i just wanna play some mmorpg not too hard core like Crysis, i do play counter strike and Call of duty 4, but thats literally it. So yeah, remember my budget was 1300 dollars.

    If i got a q9450, how far will i be able to get it to? VSs a q6700. Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whackoman View Post
    Ummm would rather have 2gb 1066mhz ram and a 8800gt graphics card, or 4gb ram 1066mhz and a 8800gs graphics card.

    lol im only a 13 year old kid...so im not really into gaming, i just wanna play some mmorpg not too hard core like Crysis, i do play counter strike and Call of duty 4, but thats literally it. So yeah, remember my budget was 1300 dollars.

    If i got a q9450, how far will i be able to get it to? VSs a q6700. Thank you
    Crysis will eats 8800gs/gt alive....Q9450 won't get you to 4.0ghz (but possible) due to low multi, 3.8ghz is max but its still faster than Q6700 due to its 12mb L2 cache. If your goal is 4.0ghz then you're better get E8400 or 8500. Dual core overclock must easier than quad.

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    thanks deton. for the reply.

    Just say if i was able to get the q9450 to 3.8ghz, around what speed would this be converted to, if it was a q6700, THanks soo much, guys. I dunt want a dual core, because i like to run multi task stuff, and quad cores sounds much cooler than dual core lol

    THanks guyss... keep it coming, . If this q6700 have a 10x multiplier, shouldnt it easily reach 4ghz?, while on my brother's computer, he has a q6600 and i was able to get it to 3.7ghz rock solid, on air, but the temperature wasnt too good, so i backed it down to 3.2ghz. With my new computer having better cooling than his, shouldn't i be able to clock it to 3.9ghz+ easily?

    Thank youu

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    I never said you won't be able to get Q6700 to 3.9 or even 4.0ghz but you need watercooling for it, not on air. Like you said, look at your brother comp.

    Just remember this when you overclocking, high heat will degrade your cpu life span.

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    ok..... i kind of changed my mind, while researching i found out that the P5Q deluxe, most of the benchmarks won the Maximus 2 Formula + the P5Q Deluxe is like $130 cheaper. While saving on that, i was thinking of using that money to buy a new creative sound card. So right now this is what i am planning to get :
    - Q9450 2.66ghz
    - Asus P5Q Deluxe
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    - 2gb 1066mhz Corsair dominator ram(The one that comes with a fan)
    - Cpu 9700led cooler
    Costing exactly 1300 dollars...... xD
    Do you think that's good?
    Thanks guys..... Oh btw, if temperature wasnt my problem, and reading that the q9450 hits a FSB limit, how far do you think i would be able to go with this Rig...thanks guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whackoman View Post
    ok..... i kind of changed my mind, while researching i found out that the P5Q deluxe, most of the benchmarks won the Maximus 2 Formula + the P5Q Deluxe is like $130 cheaper.
    Have you read this review yet?
    http://www.pureoverclock.com/story.php?id=2566
    $130 cheaper, no away!
    P5Q Deluxe - $220 CDN
    Maximus II - $279 CDN

    Ok, if I have $1300 dollars I will get as following;
    Quote Originally Posted by Whackoman View Post
    While saving on that, i was thinking of using that money to buy a new creative sound card. So right now this is what i am planning to get :
    - Q9450 2.66ghz - Q9300 $290, 45nm chips are fast enough to multitask, you don't need insane overclocking.
    - Asus P5Q Deluxe - Maximus II $279
    - 8800gs XFX 384mb 192 bit - HD4850 $189, price will drops in couple weeks when X2 released. This card will eat my 8800GTS 640mb for breakfast.
    - 550w Antec Power Supply - PC & Power Cooling 750W $134 the most realiable PSU and only $35 more and extra 200W.
    - Antec 1200 Case - Coolermaster Cosmos $189, $9 more but watercooling ready case.
    - 320gb Hard drive - Hitachi 1TB, 32mb cache $174, double the price but you have triple the storage.
    - 2gb 1066mhz Corsair dominator ram(The one that comes with a fan) - get 4Gb version without fan $125 or OZC Reaper 4Gb for $110.
    - Cpu 9700led cooler - Ultra 120 with fan $75. This cost the same but out perform the 9700.
    Costing exactly 1300 dollars...... xD
    Do you think that's good?

    with my selections maybe $100 over budget but I can leave with it. Because I didn't have to cut any corners such as;
    • have the latest grfx card and fast too
    • PSU have enough juice to power multi GPU
    • 1TB storage WOW
    Don't need aftermarket sound card, the FX-XFi sound card is decent enough to play games with it.

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    Heyy deton, thanks again, check out this.... this is where i buy all my parts http://www.centrecom.com.au/catalog/...=1&cPath=36_62

    And umm ........ so is the Maximus 2 formula worth it?, or is the p5q deluxe better.
    THanks again, is the Supreme FX-fi good on the maximus? Thank you.

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    wow that is a lot of AU money, $380+ for Maximus II, well in your case then you might go with P5Q Deluxe. This is not a bad board at all but the Maximus designed for gamers in mind. The FX-Xfi sound card for the Maximus is not bad at all but of course you can't compare with the soundblaster X-Fi cards.

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    Well, I'd like to give my 2 cents as well. Here is what I would do if I was you:


    Case: Antec 900 - No need for 1200 unless you have additional components already, better airflow than a Cosmos edit: and cheaper than either one

    Mobo: P5Q Deluxe - the best you can afford, the prices at your supplier really suck

    Memory: Corsair Dominator PC28500/1066 2x @GB - good stuff, easily the best in their selection Edit: that should have said 2x 2GB as is in the picture

    CPU: E8400 - You won't notice much gain from a quad core for ordinary stuff or light gaming, especially when you OC this to 4+GHz with relative ease compared to a quad

    CPU Cooler: Zalman 9700LED - again, best of their selection (no TRUE available, they are better for cheaper if you can get one elsewhere)

    Hard drive: WD 500GB - went smaller to save $ for other components, unless you want to steal a bunch of movies off the net then you're going to need more storage

    Gfx card: ASUS 4850 - I strongly concur with Deton on this one. that said, this stuff is seriously overpriced, they are going for so much less on the egg. you will notice the biggest performance gains having top end GPU and CPU and this is the best for yor budget. not even a question

    PSU: Antec TPT 650W - I have a hard time with this one. your potential vendor leaves out the PCP&C 750W or otherwise I would agree with Deton once again (hmm, might he know what he's talking about?). An increasing number of people swear by the single rail. I guess unless you can drum up another $80 for an 850, this will do. I can run my 8800 GTS 512 on my old Antec TPT 480 without any problems, but I would go with the 650 so you have a just enough to throw in another 4850 later

    Total price: AUS$1,336 (I am assuming they are AUS, I couldn't tell)

    Newegg: Rampage Formula, 4870, 1TB Hitachi, Antec 900, E8400, GSkill 1100 2x2GB, Zalman 9700, PCP&C750 - US$1,309 edit: and that is before $100 of MIR

    You must be getting hit hard with some type of taxes, the x-rate is at most 3% different right now.
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    Heyy guyss... i would like to thank you for your help.... Just wondering if the p5q would beat the maximus 2 formula in overclocking, soo yeh, if i get a p5q i can use that 130 dollar to get a new sound card xD . Soo thank you please reply

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    Here is a review for P5Q Deluxe http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/200...-has-arrived/1 and you have read a review for the Maximus. You decide which one is best for you.

    @ Rosco;
    he's perfer to have quad core than dual core.
    Why go with 2Gb ram at the same price for 4Gb kit and brand? Corsair Dominator is a good ram but they are always over priced. There are plenty good ram available on the market and cheaper too.

    The pros of single rail PSU is you don't waste the unusage power like multi rails PSU does.
    example; if you have a multi rails (let say 3x12v rails, total 72A) PSU with 24A, 12v rails and you have a grfx card required 20A. So you plug this card into one of 12v rail and used up 20A, the leftover 4A is going to waste. If a single 72A rail PSU will continues supply the leftover the power until you draw off all the amp.

    For the HDD, I think 500Gb - 750Gb are plenty.
    Whackoman, you decide how big is big enough for you but IMO 320gb is not big enough for this rig to use for games, multimedia, don't forget Vista suchs a lot of HDD.

    Damn, I though it was bad in UK but Australia?
    Like Rosco said, the exchange rates is around 3-5% and no way you have to pay that much of import taxes. So the Maximus should cost around $300 AUS not $390.

    You're better shop around, that E-retailer over priced.

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