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Hueristic: Worse case, I will take more measurements and/or pictures of my bracket when I get home if you need them.

GuardianOdin: Abit AN8-32X, Asus A8N-32 SLI, and I believe there is also a Sapphire board, but I am not sure its model number.
     
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Sorry OC too low

J/K!


Ewww, emachine. surprised you got anything out of it! Good job. I wouldn't even bother, just look for a replacement board. 939 boards have come way down lately then you can stroke that puppy.

@Jacka: thx the height was all I really needed I'll have a bracket and backplate whipped up before the HS gets here.

dude, the eMachine cases run super cool. My video card idles in teh 30's overclocked and teh cpu stays around 25C
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Hueristic: Worse case, I will take more measurements and/or pictures of my bracket when I get home if you need them.

GuardianOdin: Abit AN8-32X, Asus A8N-32 SLI, and I believe there is also a Sapphire board, but I am not sure its model number.
Thx man a pic of the mounted hs wouldn't hurt.

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dude, the eMachine cases run super cool. My video card idles in teh 30's overclocked and teh cpu stays around 25C
Dude, I've never seen more mobo failures than emachines.

But I'm happy yours runs so well.
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2005 best buy black friday machine lol


I dont knwo why they have sucha bad rep. that was back i the day when they had boards in em.

this board has been great to me. the ONLY problem Ives had was 2 years ago it blacked out. switched the ram to the other side (4 slots, 2 used) and it booted.

onboard ATI graphics played NFS:most wanted okay, and OC'd 15% stable.

and its actually still fairly quick. but then I devote a few hours a week running cleaning and optimization softawre, so... lol


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True I haven't seen any dead one's in a few years. Looks like a good candidate for you to learn bios unlocking on.
BIOS unlocking? that sounds cool, am I a google search away or is it a pretty involved process?
Edited by mattliston - 8/22/09 at 8:22am
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2005 best buy black friday machine lol


I dont knwo why they have sucha bad rep. that was back i the day when they had **** boards in em.

this board has been great to me. the ONLY problem Ives had was 2 years ago it blacked out. switched the ram to the other side (4 slots, 2 used) and it booted.

onboard ATI graphics played NFS:most wanted okay, and OC'd 15% stable.

and its actually still fairly quick. but then I devote a few hours a week running cleaning and optimization software, so... lol
True I haven't seen any dead one's in a few years. Looks like a good candidate for you to learn bios unlocking on.
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Quick question, is microstar even known to have a tweakable BIOS on any boards? I found 2 potential boards that appear (in pictures and specs) to match my system,

is it even worht the bother to flash the BIOS?

I dont have the money for anything right now, though If I find a tweakable 939 board for 20 bucks Im gonan snag it for sure
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Quick question, is microstar even known to have a tweakable BIOS on any boards? I found 2 potential boards that appear (in pictures and specs) to match my system,

is it even worht the bother to flash the BIOS?

I dont have the money for anything right now, though If I find a tweakable 939 board for 20 bucks Im gonan snag it for sure
First you need to find out what bios your running, it should say ami, phoenix or most likely award on bootup or in the bios. If it doesn't then you can always just download the flash program and whichever flash it's for will tell you what the manufacturer is. And yes Before flashing to a bois you hack you should have a spare bios available.

But If you get a spare board then you can play with that one and learn a few things first.

After you get the bios flash util make a backup of your bios and send it to me and I'll let you know if I can unlock any features.

:Edit: Pretty funny we were just discussing this topic when you popped in.


ALSO: L@@K guys I'm F@H "69"!!!! Need to keep this spot now! well 68 in 2.5 days 67 in 2.7, maybe I'll play with ppd to stay in this slot awhile!
Edited by Hueristic - 8/22/09 at 8:35am
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send it to me and I'll let you know if I can unlock any features.
Hay Hueristic, what are you using to look/modify BIOS with?

I've got a program that I use, (not terribly happy with it though)
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First you need to find out what bios your running, it should say ami, phoenix or most likely award on bootup or in the bios. If it doesn't then you can always just download the flash program and whichever flash it's for will tell you what the manufacturer is. And yes Before flashing to a bois you hack you should have a spare bios available.

But If you get a spare board then you can play with that one and learn a few things first.

After you get the bios flash util make a backup of your bios and send it to me and I'll let you know if I can unlock any features.

:Edit: Pretty funny we were just discussing this topic when you popped in.


ALSO: L@@K guys I'm F@H "69"!!!! Need to keep this spot now! well 68 in 2.5 days 67 in 2.7, maybe I'll play with ppd to stay in this slot awhile!
Its a phoenix BIOS. What is a good program to use to backup the BIOS? I dont have a floppy drive and I dont trust picking a random one off a google search lol

EDIT and I have failed several times at emulating a thumbdrive as a floppy
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Its a phoenix BIOS. What is a good program to use to backup the BIOS? I dont have a floppy drive and I dont trust picking a random one off a google search lol

EDIT and I have failed several times at emulating a thumbdrive as a floppy
Always use the flash program recommended by the manufacturer for that specific board. So download it from their site. In a pinch you can go around this but it is not good practice as some bios's will actually check the flash program version and some flash programs will corrupt bios.

Tator, I have tons from 20 years. Google will give you access to all except a few of them.
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