January 24, 2009 10:56pm CST
Hey. I need help picking out a decent motherboard. Cheap, but good. If thats possible. Try to stay around or under $100-120...It needs at least one PCI-Express Slot. I also have a question about the socket types. Obvously not all processors will fit in different sockets. But what processors will fit in what sockets? What is dual core socket? Is dual core in the processor? Or are there two sockets for two processors? Or both? THanx!
26 Jan 09
simply dual core is 2 processor in one. http://www.wisegeek.com/what-is-a-dual-core-processor.htm i am using "intel dg31pr" motherboard it's support dual core but i am using "P4 HT 3 ghz" processor. chek on mohterboard box they provide information that which type processor support this motherboard.
25 Jan 09
well as i am using the mercury motherboard then i also suggest you that you also go with mercury it is also not very expensive and easy to stable in your computer and it has very large numbers of blocks my which you can put various things in your computer like graphic card and all so take mercury you will surely enjoy it man
25 Jan 09
i dont thing there is any motherboard with two slots for processors. If you need it you may have to go for server machines.No PC can accommodate.A dual core processor means it has two cores.A core is considered as the heart of the processor. Thats where the processes take place.I suggest you an AMD if you wish to have good performance as well as god gaming experience.an AMD 64 bit will do better than an intel. regards parthu
25 Jan 09
I don't think any motherboard will have two slots for processor if they have they may be new version that is not in my knowldge. I suggest you if you want to go for games you can buy AMD or if you want to use it for long time without shutting it down then i suggest you to go for INTEL.