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post #31 of 40
well not that you need more info but i say dont buy expensive outdated parts. i second the msi k8neo4-f. it will get you right up to 3.0GHz if everything else is cool and save you $40 or more. if it is a budget build get a budget mobo.

if you want to spend $100+ on a mobo, get a conroe, for just a bit more.

if your going budget, GO BUDGET!
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First off pay the extra to go for a dual core Opty - say the 165 - over the single core, it will last longer that way.

Look for PC4000 RAM if your going to be overclocking.

The graphics card looks fine, but I'll think you'll have trouble running maxed out @ 1650x1050.

That board is nice, also consider the RDX200CF-DR - it could be a bit of a gamble depending on the revision but if you get a good one its well worth it
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Get Asus Best Boards Most Stable Opty 175 on Mine 2.6Gz (FX60 Speeds) Raid 0 (FLYING MC) PcMark 05 10,754 Nice
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Get Asus Best Boards Most Stable Opty 175 on Mine 2.6Gz (FX60 Speeds) Raid 0 (FLYING MC) PcMark 05 10,754 Nice
2.6 GHz? Asus is nice, but DFI is better.
Most people hits 2.8 with Operton CPU's.
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Yeah, 2.6ghz is average
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Yeah, 2.6ghz is average
No, it's a minimum. All 90nm CPU's will hit 2.6 GHz. I am hitting exactly 2.6 on my 130nm AMD (A64 3500+ Clawhammer), and even that is a high OC.
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post #37 of 40
Hehe, I can hit 2.6ghz on my 3000+ and could probably go higher
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post #38 of 40
Epox makes some the best boards out, my 9NPA3 Nforce 4 Ultra is top notch.
Tons of voltage options for the cpu and memory, every ram timming option you can think of, It has a built in debugger LED that will tell you in code if you did somthing wrong so you can correct it. And if you get somthing wrong trying to oc you never have to reset your cmos. It will boot back up anyways with the settings at default.

This is my 2nd epox board, the first one was a 939 AGP board. They both will hit way over 300mhz FSB , no voltage droops or anything like that. Just rock solid

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post #39 of 40
yeah, i second the epox boards for cheap performance. i've built 2 epox based systems last year and board the boards were rock solid and had great features for a lot less than dfi/asus. you can pick up the ep-9npaj-sli or even the ep-9npa+ sli for pretty cheap now.

for 939, don't go with gigabyte. gigabyte has decent solid boards, but you can't oc them more than 7% (k8nf series).

939 is not getting "phased" out. there's just newer technology available now. just as 462 was to 754 and 754 was to 939. you can build an awesome 939 system now for a lot cheaper than a basic am2. the rumors about the RAM going up in price are wrong. first week of december i paid $140 for a gb of my ram, 3rd week of december i paid $120. prices go down, not up.

so for budget, there's nothing wrong with 939.
 
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Getting back to 2.6 Ghz poor overclock , I can get it to run as high as 2.850 however 1 of the cores fail , the other core will go all the way up to 2.925, any ideas on how to get em the same ??
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