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FX62 at 3060 at 1.48 volts.
fsb 255
PCI-e at 130.
Geil pc6400 at 2.45 volts.
This beautiful board works perfectly.
How fast will this board go?
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Fx62 M2r32 mvp 2 X 1900xt Geil pc6400 800+ 
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Fx62 M2r32 mvp 2 X 1900xt Geil pc6400 800+ 
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I wonder why this is in the Intel Motherboard Forum....
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Cieben View Post
FX62 at 3060 at 1.48 volts.
fsb 255
PCI-e at 130.
Geil pc6400 at 2.45 volts.
This beautiful board works perfectly.
How fast will this board go?
I don't know, it'll run pretty sweetly though. Best part is, with the new 1009 Bios, they added 533MHz to the Memory Timings, so possibly have 1066MHz RAM capability now

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Originally Posted by BrinNutz View Post
I wonder why this is in the Intel Motherboard Forum....
Good question
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