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    Default which motherboard is bst suitable for i3/i5?

    hi i wanted to buy a cpu with either i3/i5 pro witha motherboard,4gb ram,500gb hd,samsung dvd wrtr .will u please tell me vich is suitable ?
    my max budget is around 20 k.
    advnc thanks for ur replies

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    Default Re: which motherboard is bst suitable for i3/i5?

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    Default Re: which motherboard is bst suitable for i3/i5?

    For 20k, get:
    * Intel i5-2400 -- 9.3k
    * Intel DH67BL -- 5.7k
    * Corsair Value RAM 4GB DDR3 -- 2.2k
    * WDC Blue 500GB -- 1.7k
    * SAMSUNG 22x DVD-RW -- 0.9k
    Total --- 19.8k
    => i5-2400 | P8H77-M PRO | WDC Blue 500GB | Corsair Vengeance 4GB DDR3 | Asus 24x ODD | FSP APN 700 (80+) | ZOTAC GTX-650Ti Boost 2GB | Zeb. Aviator | DELL IN2020M HD | MS Desktop 500 | V-GUARD 600VA |
    => Creative A35 | Intex IT-1825 | SoundMagic ES-18 |
    => Logitech M185 | iBall Claro CTV27 | RICOH SP100 Mono Laser | WD Passport Ultra |
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    Default Re: which motherboard is bst suitable for i3/i5?

    thnks man . is intel motherboards bettr than other mobo lyks asus or msi??

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    Default Re: which motherboard is bst suitable for i3/i5?

    Quote Originally Posted by shenny View Post
    thnks man . is intel motherboards bettr than other mobo lyks asus or msi??
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    Well...at the lower price points(viz the H67)...Intel provides more bang for the buck compared to Asus (or MSi)....however if its a P67 or Z68...the ASUS or MSI boards are faar better
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    Default Re: which motherboard is bst suitable for i3/i5?

    If you want to make use of INTEL's quick sync feature, an H67 chipset based motherboard is recommended.

    Also, Seagate's 500GB HDD performs faster than Blue AFAIk, so go for it.

    Rest as said, i5 2400, 4GB RAM

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    Default Re: which motherboard is bst suitable for i3/i5?

    Yeah, go with Saswath's config, as I have also assembled the same system for one of my friends the week before. A small change was the Processor, Core i5 2500. Did not go for Core i5 2500K, as my friend would not overclock.

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