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If anyone still needs these adapters, someone from the US is selling these again on ebay.
Edited by Mad Skillz - 3/28/14 at 5:13pm
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No its not I haven't made any changes except turning on raid recognition. I have 2 500GB HDs that have my OS on hem so I had to have the raid recognition but I havent made any other changes.

Here you go, give this a shot:

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Got my SLBBA X5460 today! Now just waiting for the mod sticker to get here to have some fun. I just looked at the batch code and am a little surprised. It was manufactured the eighteenth week of 2009. This is the latest manufactured Harpertown I've seen so far, not that it really means much lol. Hopefully because the manufacturing process was very mature at that point it will be a great overclocker.thumb.gif
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Got my SLBBA X5460 today! Now just waiting for the mod sticker to get here to have some fun. I just looked at the batch code and am a little surprised. It was manufactured the eighteenth week of 2009 and is B stepping. This is the latest manufactured Harpertown I've seen so far, not that it really means much lol. Hopefully because the manufacturing process was very mature at that point it will be a great overclocker.thumb.gif

Nice, what board are you going to be using?
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If anyone still needs these adapters, someone from the US is selling these again on ebay:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Adapter-to-fit-an-Intel-LGA-771-Xeon-CPU-in-an-LGA-775-Motherboard-Q9550-Q9650-/291019972725

Is that price per one adapter? That's insane. I got my 18 for approx $28 shipped.

If anyone is interested I can hook you up for cheaper. Not going to be testing my 5460 SLANP anytime soon, no time for pc overclock testing.
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Nice, what board are you going to be using?
I'm using an Asus P5Q-PRO, it should OC pretty well. My memory is Corsair Dominator DDR2 1066 (PC2 8500). It only goes up to about 1100, but I can get the timings pretty tight and that should help performance.

I looked the chip over really well for any damage and found a couple things. One of the capacitors on the bottom is scratched a bit from rough handling, but it should be OK. What has me curious is the discoloration on the pads, they are two toned. Is this normal for some chips? I haven't seen a socket 775 this way. It looks like some type of liquid got on it at one point. I cleaned it with alcohol and avionics grade electronic component cleaner but it remains. Perhaps the pads they put on the PCB are from different manufactures or production batches? The coloring is splotchy and not uniformly surrounding the core like it got hot. Any ideas? here's a couple pics. I upped the blurry one because the discoloration stands out better on it. I'm going to examine it up close tomorrow with some inspection equipment just for the heck of it. If I can't install it yet I may as well find out as much as I can about it until then nerdsmiley.png



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Is that price per one adapter? That's insane. I got my 18 for approx $28 shipped.

If anyone is interested I can hook you up for cheaper. Not going to be testing my 5460 SLANP anytime soon, no time for pc overclock testing.

Dudes trying to cash in quick.

Please if you've viewed that on ebay DO NOT BUY THAT. That's blatant inflation.

If you are about this mod then you're doing it for the right reasons but if you are that desperate ill buy a lot of 20 from china and send you one for free to save the community from getting raped on cost.

FYI I've already secured my stickers and cpus just trying to help out the less informed and rest of the community!

MY OFFER STANDS I'll give em to you free before you buy from this dude. Str8 up!!!
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Dudes trying to cash in quick.

Please if you've viewed that on ebay DO NOT BUY THAT. That's blatant inflation.

If you are about this mod then you're doing it for the right reasons but if you are that desperate ill buy a lot of 20 from china and send you one for free to save the community from getting raped on cost.

FYI I've already secured my stickers and cpus just trying to help out the less informed and rest of the community!

MY OFFER STANDS I'll give em to you free before you buy from this dude. Str8 up!!!

Wow, $10 each! redface.gif

No wonder it has free shipping........
 
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Wow, $10 each! redface.gif

No wonder it has free shipping........

Even the prices on Aliexpress have started crashing... current rate is $ 0.42 to $0.6 rolleyes.gif

Well my stickers have left PEK, god only knows where they are right now.

My $10 X3353 and $20 G41 board are waiting for those stickers. Damn you china post mad.gif
Edited by NeoT - 11/19/13 at 12:31am
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My set of x5460s should be in the post tomorrow. If they don't make it by Friday I'll contact the seller. Something a bit odd as this guy sent no confirmation of payment rcvd or item tracking #.
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