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    P4 3.4GHz 64bit and Coolermasters water cooling system

    Basiclly I have two questions for you lot if you please.

    Question 1

    Ive bought the new P4 64bit cpu (Yes I know AMD's better but oh well). Anyway I need a mobo that will support it. It cant be PCI Express as im not upgrading just yet to that so anythign that will keep me going for the next few months.

    Question 2

    Does anyone know 1. How much coolent the coolermaster resivour holds and 2. Will it fit the P4 above.


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    • BenW's system
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    Since when did Intel do a 64 bit?

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    http://www.hexus.net/content/reviews...lld19JRD0xMDA3

    Only one thing, sorry I can't tell you of any 64bit AGP powered Intel boards, but ill have a look around....and come back to you

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    As far as I know, all Socket 775 motherboards are PCI-Express only...

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    tell that to the Gigabyte board in mine with the 6800GT AGP and the 3.4Ghz 775 in it
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    Lucky you Is that a hybrid board or something? I thought all the new Intel chipsets were PCI-E only...

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    nope, no Hybrid, its a GA-8IPE775 Pro board......using the Intel 865PE chipset....

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    So what really I need to go PCI-Express hmm cant really afford that at the moment. hmmm what to do what to do. Well if I do go PCI Express is the X850XT-PE any good??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prev
    Well if I do go PCI Express is the X850XT-PE any good??

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    Its pretty much the single fastest graphics card you can currently buy
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    Ok right im now looking at PCI-E mobo but cant decide ive got about £60-80 to spend on one any idea's. Ill be also buying the ATi X850XT PE with it.

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