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AMD or Intel Processor for desktop gaming and animation purpose

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Suggest me nice processor and motherboard worth INR 22000/-.(around USD 450/-)

AMD: Phenom II 940/920, Phenom X4 9950,9850,9700
Intel: Core i7 940/920, Core 2 duo E8400/E8500/E8600, Core 2 QX9650/QX9770/QX9775

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When it comes to new processors i would definatly suggest any intel from the core 2 series. AMD is having problems with overheating and has all but abandoned thier quest for quad core glory.

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Another $50 USD will buy you a decent computer case.

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More performance for lesser money spent.

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Supports Intel processors utilizing the 45nm architecture, and up to a 1333MHz FSB. (800MHz, 1066MHz, or 1333MHz)

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4GB's with a 32bit operating system, 8GB's with a 64bit O/S.

(A 32bit operating system has it's limitations. Only 3.2 to 3.5GB's, will be recognized of that 4GB's of ram memory)

3) Has Two PCI-Express x16 graphics slots, that use the PCI Express 2.0 technology. You can install two graphics cards, that utilize the SLI technology. (Scalable Link Interface)

With this motherboard, when you use two graphics cards, BOTH will operate at 16X.
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Has 4 SATA headers on the motherboard, that utilize the SATA 3.0Gigabit per Second technology. (3.0Gb/s)

4) The MOSFET has a heatsink on it, as well as the Northbridge chip, and Southbridge chip. Plus there is a heatpipe in-between these heatsinks.
Helps keep everything nice, and cool!

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