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yay! for me. Posted in at 3.1Ghz again.....need better cooling One of these days I reckon. BTW it's stable enough to run CPU-Z. I'll get a screenie some day this week for it.
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Hey mates! The parts for the o/c have arrived (TR Ultra 120 extreme, ram sinks and corsair dominator, ultra kaze 120mm for HSF and a Asus 8800GTS 512!!) but I'm on Easter holidays right now, so I'll have to wait till 3rd of May that I return to fit them. I got 2 questions for you One is addressed to txtmstrjoe specially! Does the Asus A8N32-Sli have a metallic back-plate for the Ultra 120 extreme to fit on? It's been 3 years since I saw the back of the mobo and can't remember! And the 2nd question, I'm in search of a new CPU cause that 4200+'s cache kinda turns me down. So I think an opty would be a great choice but which one? 165 or 170? Keep in mind that I'm willing to o/c the opty! Thanks mates!
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Hey mates! The parts for the o/c have arrived (TR Ultra 120 extreme, ram sinks and corsair dominator, ultra kaze 120mm for HSF and a Asus 8800GTS 512!!) but I'm on Easter holidays right now, so I'll have to wait till 3rd of May that I return to fit them. I got 2 questions for you One is addressed to txtmstrjoe specially! Does the Asus A8N32-Sli have a metallic back-plate for the Ultra 120 extreme to fit on? It's been 3 years since I saw the back of the mobo and can't remember! And the 2nd question, I'm in search of a new CPU cause that 4200+'s cache kinda turns me down. So I think an opty would be a great choice but which one? 165 or 170? Keep in mind that I'm willing to o/c the opty! Thanks mates!
The Opty 165 would be ideal,but the 170 can OC nicely as well.
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It all depends on the stepping. However, given two CPUs with the same or similar stepping, I would prefer the 170: easier math!

The 165 has a 9x multi. The 170 has a 10x multi. While it would be nice to have a 180 for its 12x multi, 12 is harder math than 10. Ideally, you can get 300x10 out of the 170 out of the box, but we would need to wait and see.

In terms of cost, the 165 would likely be cheaper.
     
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Hey mates! The parts for the o/c have arrived (TR Ultra 120 extreme, ram sinks and corsair dominator, ultra kaze 120mm for HSF and a Asus 8800GTS 512!!) but I'm on Easter holidays right now, so I'll have to wait till 3rd of May that I return to fit them. I got 2 questions for you One is addressed to txtmstrjoe specially! Does the Asus A8N32-Sli have a metallic back-plate for the Ultra 120 extreme to fit on? It's been 3 years since I saw the back of the mobo and can't remember! And the 2nd question, I'm in search of a new CPU cause that 4200+'s cache kinda turns me down. So I think an opty would be a great choice but which one? 165 or 170? Keep in mind that I'm willing to o/c the opty! Thanks mates!
If I remember correctly, that motherboard has a plastic black backplate. I would assume it'd work fine, and if it doesn't, Home Depot FTW!

EDIT:
Sounds like your rig will be darn close to mine. You'll LOVE IT. I promise . Especially if you can reach 3.0GHz with that baby. The 165 can be had cheaper, the 170 has a higher multiplier, so its easier for the board. Your board will take a 165 to its top speed, I promise that. Just find whichever is cheaper and the better stepping.
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Hey mates! The parts for the o/c have arrived (TR Ultra 120 extreme, ram sinks and corsair dominator, ultra kaze 120mm for HSF and a Asus 8800GTS 512!!) but I'm on Easter holidays right now, so I'll have to wait till 3rd of May that I return to fit them. I got 2 questions for you One is addressed to txtmstrjoe specially! Does the Asus A8N32-Sli have a metallic back-plate for the Ultra 120 extreme to fit on? It's been 3 years since I saw the back of the mobo and can't remember! And the 2nd question, I'm in search of a new CPU cause that 4200+'s cache kinda turns me down. So I think an opty would be a great choice but which one? 165 or 170? Keep in mind that I'm willing to o/c the opty! Thanks mates!
Hey MikeV, the A8N32-SLI does have a metal backplate. I used to run an Ultra 120 Extreme on it (last year, in fact).

I have to say, though, that my original A8N32-SLI died, and I believe using a tower-style HSF like the Ultra 120 Extreme did it. After Asus sent me a replacement, I did aero experiments with the Ultra 120 Extreme mounted, and found that there is a huge dead spot around the MOSFET cooling heatsinks beneath the heatsink. I can't help but think that this may have killed my original A8N32-SLI. This is why I now never recommend a tower-style cooler, especially when your system doesn't have adequate airflow to move the air around the CPU socket area.

I'd rather have a heatsink that blows perpendicular to the motherboard plane (as opposed to parallel to it) and lose a few degrees C in CPU cooling, than have great CPU cooling and eventually a broken motherboard.
    
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If I remember correctly, that motherboard has a plastic black backplate. I would assume it'd work fine, and if it doesn't, Home Depot FTW!

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Sounds like your rig will be darn close to mine. You'll LOVE IT. I promise . Especially if you can reach 3.0GHz with that baby. The 165 can be had cheaper, the 170 has a higher multiplier, so its easier for the board. Your board will take a 165 to its top speed, I promise that. Just find whichever is cheaper and the better stepping.
Hope that too mate I'm looking on optys at ebay, will the 165 go @3GHz on air? Btw, how's your 8800gts going with the opty? Is it maxing out?
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Hope that too mate I'm looking on optys at ebay, will the 165 go @3GHz on air? Btw, how's your 8800gts going with the opty? Is it maxing out?
The stepping matters on if it'll hit 3.0GHz. LCBQE is a GREAT stepping, hits 2.8-3.0GHz. Same with LCB9E, but I've had bad luck with LCB9E. CCBBE (I think) is also a great overclocker, but needs more voltage to get there.

And my 8800GTS is freakin AWESOME! In XP I score 11020 stable in 3DMark, and Vista I score 10700 stable. I can play almost every game 100% maxed out with 16xAA and AF. Crysis I'm able to pull of all high settings at 1440x900 (highest my res goes).

EDIT:
165 and 170 chips are IDENTICAL, just the multiplier is different. You want to pay attention to the STEPPING, not the chip itself. That's what matters with these Opterons.
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Hope that too mate I'm looking on optys at ebay, will the 165 go @3GHz on air? Btw, how's your 8800gts going with the opty? Is it maxing out?
not all Opty's will hit 3Ghz, There are better steppings than others. All are not guaranteed to hit 3Ghz sadly to say.
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