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We are trying to put together a folding rig as cheap as possible. We have agreed on the Q6600, so we need a mobo that has onboard video(to keep the cost down), and that can o/c the Q6600 to atleast 3.2. We need suggestions please.
Edited by gibsonnova74 - 5/16/08 at 9:23pm
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Intel G33 series perhaps? If I'm not mistaken, I heard it's just a P35 with on board video? Can anyone confirm this?
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If you dont care about a micro atx board. This one is very good. But the price is up there. But it overclocks like a BEAST I have heard.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813131237
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GIGABYTE GA-73VM-S2 LGA 775 NVIDIA GeForce 7050/nForce 610i Micro ATX
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813128079
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EVGA e-7100 $54.99 after MIR. Beat that!

I've actually used the e-7150 and thought it was a nice little board. No dual-channel memory capability but for folding I don't think it's going to make a huge difference.
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EVGA e-7100 $54.99 after MIR. Beat that!

I've actually used the e-7150 and thought it was a nice little board. No dual-channel memory capability but for folding I don't think it's going to make a huge difference.
I have used this board (XFX and EVGA versions) a few times and it is actually a very decent board for the money. Only complaint when it comes to OC....the whole system artifacts like a Mo-Fo if you do not reduce your memory clock to 667. Not only does it artifact...but it drops your network connections at any higher RAM speed.

I can;t explain why, other then that it is a known issue with the boards.
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I have used this board (XFX and EVGA versions) a few times and it is actually a very decent board for the money. Only complaint when it comes to OC....the whole system artifacts like a Mo-Fo if you do not reduce your memory clock to 667. Not only does it artifact...but it drops your network connections at any higher RAM speed.

I can;t explain why, other then that it is a known issue with the boards.
Yeah I remember that now. Although it didn't affect me, there is some sort of networking issue with the 610i boards. I didn't OC much on mine but it makes sense since the video chipset borrows system memory. Either way for your basic everyday cheapo rig it's phenomenal. Don't see why it couldn't get a Q6600 to 3.0.
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Yeah I remember that now. Although it didn't affect me, there is some sort of networking issue with the 610i boards. I didn't OC much on mine but it makes sense since the video chipset borrows system memory. Either way for your basic everyday cheapo rig it's phenomenal. Don't see why it couldn't get a Q6600 to 3.0.
Not to take anything away from the board...because the systems I have built with it are phenominal for the price.

I have not tried a quad....butit was perfect for an E6850, E6750, and an E2200
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