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Opty 165 and Ultra-D mobo with some 2GBs HZ and you have a great 939 system.
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The Opteron 165 is a great CPU...Also check out this thread : http://www.overclock.net/amd-cpus/12...ngle-core.html
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Can you get DFi's NF4 s939's with agp slots?
NO you'd have to go back to a NF3 250gb 754 board if you can find one this is the best overclocking board they made rock solid board http://us.dfi.com.tw/Product/xx_prod...YPE=MB&SITE=NA
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Opty 165 and Ultra-D mobo with some 2GBs HZ and you have a great 939 system.
The 2GBHZ's are good Ram I just sold mine to get the Mushkin Redlines which are a little pricey but so far have clocked a little higher but also a little more timing picky compared to the gskill gbhz
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The 2GBHZ's are good Ram I just sold mine to get the Mushkin Redlines which are a little pricey but so far have clocked a little higher but also a little more timing picky compared to the gskill gbhz
I was looking at those but the 40 dollar difference isn't worth it for me.
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NO you'd have to go back to a NF3 250gb 754 board if you can find one this is the best overclocking board they made rock solid board http://us.dfi.com.tw/Product/xx_prod...YPE=MB&SITE=NA
Lol thats what I own at the moment, I was only wondering because I can afford a new board and cpu but not everything else
 
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post #17 of 36
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You can get an Utra-d and modd the chipset to sli when your ready. It's an easy pencil modd to sata2 and SLI.So you basicaly get a SLI -D for the price of a Utra-d. I've been on the dfi site for sometime now and would recommend this board but you must have a quality 480w native 24 pin PSU with 30A minimum on the 12v rail and some quality Ram Value Ram isn't going to cut it with this board.
not sure how many Amps are on the 12v rail but ill check when I see my computer.
Have a pair of 1gb OCZ platinum ram
550 watt psu 20+4 pin

also that link to understanding the code helps alot


Edit:
I have two 12v rails each have 18 amps on them
I look at my case and it does look like a normal ATX case but here some pics to help you guys out.
Looks like a rats nest.


I forgot to tell before I'm very new to OCing cpu's (did my gpu) but have read alot on it with the timings and such. But I have to start somewhere to learn how to OC.


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I looked at the web site for DFI Lanparty Ultra-D and it doen;t have much ddr400 that they say should be OC with think i'll be good with my ram
ram link http://www.ocztechnology.com/product...l_platinum_xtc
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I bought my opty 165 and my DFI SLI-DR for 301 dollars... then oc'd it to 3.0ghz
    
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I've heard good things about DFI boards for 939s. The only thing to worry about is that DFI street is down indefinitely. That means it will be difficult to get support for your product. I'm sure everyone here at OCN will pitch in the help you, but still something to keep in mind. I've had good experiences with ASUS boards in general, but I haven't used them on a 939.

EDIT: Oh, stay away from nforce4 chipsets. They suck for OCing.


Ehhh nforce 4 chipsets suck at oc'ing? funny my epox 9NPA3 Ultra is at 300mhz FSB 300x9 = 2.7 ghz .. If you dont need sli id get this board, i will put this board up against the DFI any day of the week. It has just as many options for overclocking if not more and is rock solid. Epox board are top notch but overlooked alot. If you want sli then i recomend the 9npa3 sli
My board is easy to get and is only 70 bucks at new egg.
    
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