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So... Anyone have any results with this mobo they care to share?



That 12 phase PWM is mostly marketing crap, the foxconn Mars(P35) sports a 6 phase pwm and can push massive FSB(550+ unmodded)...

Here's my take on planning ahead, x38 mobo + 2x2gb DDR2 + used e6X50/q6600/32X0 CPU. If you wait too long you might as well wait a little longer and just keep using what you have now, then just upgrade to nehalem.
Mine just came in the mail yesterday afternoon. still in the brown box. I haven't even touched it lol

I don't know if i should use it for mine, or my dads Dual core 3.0ghz cpu
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Mine just came in the mail yesterday afternoon. still in the brown box. I haven't even touched it lol

I don't know if i should use it for mine, or my dads Dual core 3.0ghz cpu
What!!!

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^ If you want a cookie you'll get to testing that mobo... I'd suggest the 3.0ghz C2D if it has a 9x multi since your Corsair ram would probably keep you from pushing your e6550 to it's max.
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post #33 of 35
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What!!!

Attachment 67476

^ If you want a cookie you'll get to testing that mobo... I'd suggest the 3.0ghz C2D if it has a 9x multi since your Corsair ram would probably keep you from pushing your e6550 to it's max.

Lol Not a C2D he wishes, A Problematic Intel Dual core 3.0ghz With 2mb l2 cache.
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Well I got min in today and I am using it right now. I haven't reformatted yet so I am on the same Vista OS as my Abit AB9 QuadGT. I actually thought that I would have to format and reinstall. I will anyway just to make sure there is no driver confliction.

Anyway I poked around the BIOS and all I can say is that it is a lot more complicated than the Abit BIOS. I will need to read up on what most of these options actually do. I didn't see a CPU Vcore selection either, if it's there I think it is called something else. I will post back after I figure out what most of the BIOS options do and control.
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This is a noob question, but does that heatsink go right in the middle of the motherboard on that silver thing? or not?
NB = Northbridge (the big shiny, silver chip in the middle)
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