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whats the best motherboard you can get for lga 775? No only as raw overclocking but for highest Pci-e version and ddr version and sata3, if it's possible
you're gonna get lots of different picks, based on what others have said & what I seen them post, I'd pick 1 of these if cash allowed me. http://www.evga.com/articles/425.asp 3 way sli, and still 2 slots left. If usb 3.0 card and sata 3 card will run in pcie1 then you're set for eveything.biggrin.gif Oh,did I mention 4 DDR3 slots ?
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The downside to that board (and similar) is that even second hand they're priced higher than good brand new Z170 boards are!
    
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you're gonna get lots of different picks, based on what others have said & what I seen them post, I'd pick 1 of these if cash allowed me. http://www.evga.com/articles/425.asp 3 way sli, and still 2 slots left. If usb 3.0 card and sata 3 card will run in pcie1 then you're set for eveything.biggrin.gif Oh,did I mention 4 DDR3 slots ?

There is no need for pcie to sata3 since you cant boot from that :/
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The downside to that board (and similar) is that even second hand they're priced higher than good brand new Z170 boards are!
LOL, Oh,I know. My next best hope is 1 of the dell boards made by evga : Dell XPS 630i nForce 650i SLI, or Dell XPS 730 (F642F CN-0F642F) nForce 790i The bios wouldn't be as sweet, but maybe??? redface.gif
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There is no need for pcie to sata3 since you cant boot from that :/
PRESS RELEASE

Portland, Ore., and Taipei, TW – May 27, 2009
– Serial ATA International Organization
(SATA-IO), the consortium dedicated to sustaining t
he quality, integrity and dissemination of
serial ATA (SATA) technology, today released the
Serial ATA Revision 3.0 specification
. The
new specification ushers in lightning-fast transfer
speeds up to six gigabits per second (Gb/s) as
well as enhancements to support multimedia applicat
ions. Soooo, No board before June of 2009 would have sata3 would be my guess @ earliest. Intel i7 launched in socket 1366 in 4th quarter of 2009. Gonna be a hard find probably.
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Just got a Xeon 5640 in my Intel dg31pr And The bios shows it but Windows 10 Sticks at the window. Any ideas?
I have booted miniXP and a Win 7 flash drive aswell. But windows sticks. I do think I damaged g30 on the pins but don't see why it would work but not boot.
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LOL, Oh,I know. My next best hope is 1 of the dell boards made by evga : Dell XPS 630i nForce 650i SLI, or Dell XPS 730 (F642F CN-0F642F) nForce 790i The bios wouldn't be as sweet, but maybe??? redface.gif
I've bid for any number of boards now, and always someone wants to pay $70US or more. If I get another 775 board I'll end up getting more fast RAM, another decent cooler, an X5470 chip, a new case... I enjoy some good tinkering, but it's straying out of the realms of budget tinkering, and I'm armed with sufficient computers that I (and my immediate family) don't need any more. I've made all the Windows PCs and laptops faster, and the Macs are all less than 5 years old and run like new with SSD's anyway. When I win a board for fair money then I'll be back in the game wink.gif
    
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I've bid for any number of boards now, and always someone wants to pay $70US or more. If I get another 775 board I'll end up getting more fast RAM, another decent cooler, an X5470 chip, a new case... I enjoy some good tinkering, but it's straying out of the realms of budget tinkering, and I'm armed with sufficient computers that I (and my immediate family) don't need any more. I've made all the Windows PCs and laptops faster, and the Macs are all less than 5 years old and run like new with SSD's anyway. When I win a board for fair money then I'll be back in the game wink.gif
how much do you think you can sell a setup like that?
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Just got a Xeon 5640 in my Intel dg31pr And The bios shows it but Windows 10 Sticks at the window. Any ideas?
I have booted miniXP and a Win 7 flash drive aswell. But windows sticks. I do think I damaged g30 on the pins but don't see why it would work but not boot.
Did U manage the bios update/add the micro-code for the xeon? (did U mean a 5460?) The intel boards will show the xeon on some of them, but don't have the proper code in the bios. Out of all cpu's listed as supported, none were over 95watt, and both xeon's were dual core's @ 65watts. If U R gonna do a xeon mod there, U may want to go with a lower watt cpu.(e or l series for example) maybe re-install sata drivers? BTW, windows 10 may give an issue if the xeon doesn't have updated codes,sse4.1,vtx,and 128bit will be missing.
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how much do you think you can sell a setup like that?
I've not seen a complete Xeon 775 PC for sale... It's probably worth quite a lot less than the sum of its parts! For £200 you can get a far more powerful computer second hand on eBay, but building such a computer would run you more than £200
    
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