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i'm planning to renovate my desktop
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i'm planning to renovate my desktop to the upcomning Sandy Bridge i5,i7s
pls. tell me which of the ff parts is the correct part to change it...and other parts is refrain to change it.

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my current desktop is:
C2D 6750(Conroe) 2.66Ghz----i5-2500(w/o K,S)
2pcs. DDR2 ram(1GB each)----change to DDR3 ram 4x2GB ram
P35-neo(LGA 775)----MSI H67 series
GF 9500GT(gddr3/128bit)---HD5750
Main Hub:i5-4670(3.4Ghz Factory Clocked),ATi Radeon HD7770(GDDR5+128-bit+1GB),Win 10 SL(x64),ASUS H8M-E,8GB DDR3 RAM
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#2
You're going to need to upgrade your motherboard, you'll have to upgrade your ram to DDR3 as well. And your PSU should be fine.
i5 520m :: ATI 5650 (700, 900) :: Samsun 830 128GB SSD:: 8GB (2x4GB) RAM
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#3
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i know the mobo must be change because of the socket....and thats for the feedback of my PSU box and the ddr3 rams
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Sandy Bridge is LGA-1155 and only supports DDR3 SDRAM. Also, the supported chipsets are H67 and P67. What power supply model do you have exactly?
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(11-04-2010, 04:10 AM)ilovejedd Wrote: What power supply model do you have exactly?

P4-500W PSU

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#6
Sandy bridge will use the same or less power so 500W should be plenty. It's probably enough for overclocking even lol
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#7
That's not really the problem. While a decent 500W PSU can even handle hexa-cores and midrange dual-GPU set-ups, some of the no-name power supplies can only deliver 200W of power. I'd think twice before moving to a quad-core or high-end GPU on a cheapie PSU.
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#8
now the HD6xxx already released
following the i5 and i7 sandy bridge is schedule on released on jan-9-2011
now i don't see yet any LGA-1155 mobo around the web
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(11-28-2010, 06:10 AM)tallbender Wrote: now i don't see yet any LGA-1155 mobo around the web

Really? I've seen a bunch of them lately (namely ASUS, ASRock, GIGABYTE and MSI).

By the way: Sandy Bridge 1Ku Price List
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(11-28-2010, 06:54 AM)ilovejedd Wrote: Really? I've seen a bunch of them lately (namely ASUS, ASRock, GIGABYTE and MSI).

By the way: Sandy Bridge 1Ku Price List

thanks
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