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    looking for the cheapest bundle motherboard cpu/memory

    can anyone help please as not sure the best place to look .

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    Original Poster

    aww thanks i will be here

    moved to deal req.

    Original Poster

    will look now thanks is this price the cheapest

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    you might be able to buy diff items seperately for cheaper

    fragaliciousbob;3163240

    http://www.ebuyer.com/product/131868http://www.ebuyer.com/product/119263just over £100



    Plus you need a good heatsink and fan. Its a little silly of them selling an heavily overclocked processor and board and not including a heatsink and fan. Remember this is a 1.6 GHz processor clocked to 2.66 GHz so will run very hot so a good heatsink and fan is required.

    i'd buy this for the extra £4 ebuyer.com/pro…708

    good memory and should run at 667mhz on that board

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    GAVINLEWISHUKD;3163347

    Plus you need a good heatsink and fan. Its a little silly of them selling … Plus you need a good heatsink and fan. Its a little silly of them selling an heavily overclocked processor and board and not including a heatsink and fan. Remember this is a 1.6 GHz processor clocked to 2.66 GHz so will run very hot so a good heatsink and fan is required.



    agreed but a fan is cheap enough in the grand sceme of things

    fragaliciousbob;3163361

    agreed but a fan is cheap enough in the grand sceme of things



    Well you wont get much change from £20 for one to keep this cool.

    Op has not put up a budget for this so guessing as cheap as possible. My suggestion would be to go with an AMD processor.

    You can always try here:

    novatech.co.uk/nov…tml

    It may not be the cheapest option, but everything is assembled and tested for you, so you know it works.

    .....plus you asked for a bundle, not separates!

    Original Poster

    which one out of all these is best quality or am i better going dual core

    linw;3165322

    which one out of all these is best quality or am i better going dual core



    Well most of them don't list which motherboard and memory they use so quality is hard to tell.

    Whether you're better going dual-core depends on what you're going to be using it for. If it's a main PC running windows vista then 2GB of ram and a dual-core processor is a good idea, but if it's going to be a specialised machine (like a fileserver or media center) that only needs so much capability and no more then a single-core processor is cheaper and possibly lower power and cooler/quieter.
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