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    Iwill Slocket II vs ABIT SlotKET

    Hi, does any of you use these Slocket?
    I know Iwill has good performance but how about ABIT SlotKET? according to http://www.cluboverclocker.com/revie...ket/index.htm, ABIT worked on 650E no problem. any comments?

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    Well, before I can tell you what's better for you I have to know what you're going to use it for?

    Are you going into the overclocking bit or are you just going to use an FC-PGA chip? Is your motherboard jumperless?
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    Hi toolbox. yea I'm gonna try overclock.and I'll get ABIT BE6-II.
    I can just get Slot 1 CPU but i've heard FC-PGA has benefit for overclock(true or not?) and cheaper right.

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    Well i would go with the Iwill and 650e if your going fc-pga and use a PEP66
    But if i had a choice i would take the slot cos you can mount a big alpha p3125s on there and with a peltier that would kick ***!
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    tell u what taka, Im using a generic (20 dollar canadian) slocket and my 500e is at 750 (150x5) easy!!! Sometimes it doesnt pay to buy brand name ****

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