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Hi all

A few weeks ago I brought an 8800 GTS, but my Athlon 64 4000+ seems to be a big bottleneck. I was going to upgrade to a dual core 3800+, but then wondered if it was worth doing that with my motherboard being kinda old, and that maybe I should get a new motherboard and processor (Intel Core 2 Duo).

So....is the Asus P5N-E a good motherboard? (Im looking for a mobo within the

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Asus P5K-E is under

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Ok thanks for the advice. Im wondering if I should stick with ATi and get the Athlon X2 6000 (or something similar) or go down the Intel route

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the e6750 will murder a x2 6000

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From tomshardware.co.uk

64 X2 6400 on average -5.7% slower then E6750.

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Don't get the P5N-E SLI, I used to own one. Used it for 2 days, and back to the closet :p

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I can whole heartedly recommend the MSI P35 FR motherboard, and its only

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For that price range I would recommend an Asus P5K, or P5K-E if within budget. I can't recommend MSI myself, their quality and service has been a disappointment for years :(

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