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AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core 7750+ Black Edition £48.99 @ Overclockers
AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core 7750+ Black Edition  £48.99 @ Overclockers

AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core 7750+ Black Edition £48.99 @ Overclockers

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- Dual-core Technology
- 2.70Ghz clock speed (AM2 Socket)
- Multiplier unlocked
- 3.0MB Total Cache (L2+L3)
- Cool & Quiet Technology for Energy Efficiency
- Enhanced Virus Protection
- 64-bit Technology
- Hyper Transport Technology
- Virtualization technology
- 3yr Warranty
- Retail Boxed with Heatsink & Fan

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Your "go to deal" link just goes to a picture instead of the actual deal.

It should point to the deal here

overclockers.co.uk/sho…-AM

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guilbert53;4986963

Your "go to deal" link just goes to a picture instead of the actual … Your "go to deal" link just goes to a picture instead of the actual deal.It should point to the deal herehttp://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=CP-234-AM



Doh, first post, have edited that.

Cheers

I was only looking at this CPU yesterday.
Tempted to go for it.
It's 1p cheaper at Scan with free delivery (AV Forum members), but is Pre Order there.

Anyone recommend a motherboard to go with it around the £40-£50 mark?

stamfordblue;4987173

I was only looking at this CPU yesterday.Tempted to go for it.It's 1p … I was only looking at this CPU yesterday.Tempted to go for it.It's 1p cheaper at Scan with free delivery (AV Forum members), but is Pre Order there.Anyone recommend a motherboard to go with it around the £40-£50 mark?

Hi stamfordblue, looks good, but if you're into overclocking, I'd go for an Intel E5200 (£55 ?) & secondhand P35 motherboard (£40 ?) for around the same money in total. You'll get better performance with this set once overclocked - see this ]review/benchmarks. Of course, if you can get a good AMD OC'ing motherboard for £40-50, this wouldn't be half bad either.

You'd need to factor in the cost of a reasonably good aftermarket cooler (£20-30) if wanting to OC this or the E5200 though.

stamfordblue;4987173

Anyone recommend a motherboard to go with it around the £40-£50 mark?



How about an ASUS M3N78-VM GeForce 8200 Socket AM2+ VGA DVI HDMI 8 channel audio mATX Motherboard £52 at Ebuyer but I haven't searched for the cheapest price.

stonebear;4990372

How about an ASUS M3N78-VM GeForce 8200 Socket AM2+ VGA DVI HDMI 8 … How about an ASUS M3N78-VM GeForce 8200 Socket AM2+ VGA DVI HDMI 8 channel audio mATX Motherboard £52 at Ebuyer but I haven't searched for the cheapest price.

Seems good enough stonebear, but is not the best OC'er. It's a mATX board btw, so only people with a mATX case may consider it.

Crossbow;4989700

Hi stamfordblue, looks good, but if you're into overclocking, I'd go for … Hi stamfordblue, looks good, but if you're into overclocking, I'd go for an Intel E5200 (£55 ?) & secondhand P35 motherboard (£40 ?) for around the same money in total. You'll get better performance with this set once overclocked - see this ]review/benchmarks. Of course, if you can get a good AMD OC'ing motherboard for £40-50, this wouldn't be half bad either. You'd need to factor in the cost of a reasonably good aftermarket cooler (£20-30) if wanting to OC this or the E5200 though.



Hi Crossbow
Thanks for the info.Rather stick with AMD tbh.
Not too worried about overclocking.Have read of people easily overclocking this CPU to 3-3.2Ghz.
Have read of a board on Ebuyer (Foxconn, MSI or Gigabyte) that will overclock it ok.(good to have the option)

@ stonebear
I'll check out the Asus.
Trying to decide between MSI, Asus, Gigabyte, Biostar or Foxconn at the moment.
Never used any of them before.Current board is an ECS.

Yes stamfordblue, I suppose you'll be OK in that case.

stamfordblue;4991744

Trying to decide between MSI, Asus, Gigabyte, Biostar or Foxconn at the … Trying to decide between MSI, Asus, Gigabyte, Biostar or Foxconn at the moment.Never used any of them before. Current board is an ECS.

The 1st three would be preferrable: Asus, Gigabyte & MSI in that order. But could change the order of preference depending on the individual board. All the best with whichever you decide to go for, & the build :thumbsup:

I've had numerous problems with Asus boards in the past.

Would go for Gigabyte personally, every GB mobo I ever owned has been rock solid. Currently running an ip43 board and is a brilliant overclocker.

Crossbow;4990494

Seems good enough stonebear, but is not the best OC'er. It's a mATX board … Seems good enough stonebear, but is not the best OC'er. It's a mATX board btw, so only people with a mATX case may consider it.


But I thought mATX boards were just a subset/smaller version of a ATX board (see en.wikipedia.org/wik…ATX)

Overclockers don't have a good rep on customer service on faulty goods so voted cold as you can get it for a 1p dearer at more reputable dealers

Also you can always go for the ASUS M3N78-EM (8300 chipset) that is AM2+

and if you live in Manchester you can get this chip at tekheads.co.uk for £49.99inc if you collect(free)

armoured-smiler;4996981

But I thought mATX boards were just a subset/smaller version of a ATX … But I thought mATX boards were just a subset/smaller version of a ATX board (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MicroATX)

I guess what I meant was that users who tend to go for mATX boards usually do so because of the space constraints of owning an mATX-only case (or is it only me?!).

In addition, mATX boards are not really known for, or sold for their oc'ing abilities - i.e. apart from some of the 'premium' ones that have the better/suitable chipset & BIOSes that facilitate oc'ing.

CPU now on Today Only at Scan for £47.71 (with free P&P)
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