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Opgradering hjælp!

Af Elitebruger fruitquam | 17-05-2011 17:29 | 849 visninger | 9 svar, hop til seneste
Hej Hol! Jeg skal opgradere mit setup, og har fundet følgende hardware frem: MB: http://www.proshop.dk[...] CPU: http://www.proshop.dk[...] RAM: http://www.proshop.dk[...] Jeg vil meget gerne have input til alle delene. Specielt ift. MB! Budget er 2500 ca. Skal ikke bruge mere end højst nødvendigt - er fattig studerende :->. Håber i kan hjælpe! - Quam
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fruitquam
Elitebruger
17-05-2011 19:40

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Bumpy bump! Come on :)
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e-gamer
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17-05-2011 20:00

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This motherboard looks much better: http://www.proshop.dk[...] Alternative: http://www.proshop.dk[...] But if you would like to OC @ high levels then ASUS P8P67: http://www.proshop.dk[...] For +-2500dkk there`s not much choice.
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fruitquam
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17-05-2011 21:27

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Hi again! Thanks for the answer. So what is the big difference between the MBO's? I see most of them can handle up to PC3-12800 ram, which should be enough for a slight overclock? Anyways you gave me a couple of more ideas for the setup and that were exactly what I was looking for. PS: Is there a reason why you answer in English? :-> Kind regards - Quam
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e-gamer
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17-05-2011 21:36

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You should get into more specific details as motherboard`s power phase (P8P67 use 12+2 DIGI+VRM power phase system which is very good, P67 Pro3 use 8+2 power phase - not as advanced as ASUS`s but better than AsRock P67 which is probably simple 4+1 power phase), motherboard`s heatsinks, quality of capacitors and features you would like to have. If you would like to OC - buy ASUS P8P67, if not (or just slight f.e. up to 4GHz 24/7) - MSI P67A-C45 or AsRock P67 Pro3. PC-12800 it`s a RAM speed ... hmm ... i`m talking about overclocking cpu ... and OC with Sandy Bridge is different than before - you just simply raise multiplier (not BUS speed as before) ... and you don`t OC RAM automatically. P.S. Jeg kommer fra Polen og jeg snakker / skriver ikke sa godt pa dansk.
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fruitquam
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17-05-2011 21:45

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Ahh okay mate. Im sorry I wasn't very precise in the post before. This makes alot of sense. I was thinking of a slight oc to the 4ghz, so I'm going for the PRO3 or the ASUS :D. I think the MSI is out of the question, because it only supports up to 1333Mhz ram. Obviously I have gotten some facts wrong according to RAM - bare with me :). Thanks for the answer! (Also the thing about writing in English =P) - Quam
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17-05-2011 22:06

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fruit if i were you i would look that stuff up on " www.komplett.dk[...] they are MUCH cheaper :) ,
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e-gamer
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17-05-2011 22:08

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All those motherboards support RAM up to 2133MHz. 1333MHz is default, you have to go into BIOS and set RAM manually @ 1600/1866/2133 ... but that`s not a big deal. # 6 Aren`t you Danish also? :D And komplett.dk isn`t always cheaper, f.e. i5-2300
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fruitquam
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18-05-2011 08:03

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#7 I'm confused I guess! :) and Yeah I'm a dane but English is rather easy for me to write! #6 no the parts are cheaper on proshop..
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extinction
Semibruger
18-05-2011 08:25

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Whether the amount of power phases for the CPU are really worth the (somtimes relatively high) cost difference is a highly debatable topic. What it essentially affects, and possibly improves, is the supply's response to transients and a potentially significantly improved Vdroop (cycle to cycle voltage drop, ie. ripple). All this sounds like something you'd of course always strive to improve, but it really all comes down to cost and available board area. It's obvious a 16-phase power supply takes up twice as much area as an 8-phase power supply does, and obviously also costs nearly twice as much for the components alone. What one really needs to look into is the actual current draw of the CPU, which also directly affects the Vdroop. It's highly recognized that an efficient 8 phase power supply can easily supply modern days CPU's, even in a highly overclocked scenario. The extra phases would, in theory, further improve the CPU's stability, but indeed only in extreme situations. The average consumer... Heck, even the average enthusiast would never feel the difference. If you want to know more, http://www.thetechrepository.com[...] provides an absolutely excellent read.
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