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Finally got through this thread after days of trying to digest it all. Amazing how much steam these mobos still have. I have one of the 555 processors capable of unlocking to the quad but unfortunately I am hampered by owning the M2N SLi Deluxe and not the M2N32 version. *sigh* so much potential.
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Finally got through this thread after days of trying to digest it all. Amazing how much steam these mobos still have. I have one of the 555 processors capable of unlocking to the quad but unfortunately I am hampered by owning the M2N SLi Deluxe and not the M2N32 version. *sigh* so much potential.

Hampered in which way? AFAIK the 32 designation does not include a core unlocker. It does seem to have a bit better VRMs however.
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I have my 6000+ running at 3.4 ghz with 1.52 volts and is prime stable at that voltage it runs about 40c idle and 67c when running prime 1.52 volts seems like alot but my temps seem to be ok so i guess i could go higher http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2493877

my 5000+ runs pretty hot @ 3.3ghz on my lil 92mm cooler.

I generally run it at 3.1 during the summer

Anywho that NB sensor does get pretty out of whack, I would ignore it if the heatsink isn't scorching hot.
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Originally Posted by demonr6 View Post

Finally got through this thread after days of trying to digest it all. Amazing how much steam these mobos still have. I have one of the 555 processors capable of unlocking to the quad but unfortunately I am hampered by owning the M2N SLi Deluxe and not the M2N32 version. *sigh* so much potential.

I hadn't heard of a 555, so looked it up: HDZ555WFGMBOX

Was there a quad core version? I can only see it as a dual

The spreadsheet on page 1 lists a lot of good CPUs for the M2N SLi

I chose the 965 as it was the best upgrade within my budget. My 5600 will get put in a frankenbuild box of spares for her WoW pandas biggrin.gif
Edited by Brizzle - 8/30/12 at 1:21am
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The only tool/program i have found that can read the NB temps is the Nvida system monitor(stand alone part of the performance tools).
On the motherboard tab it is the Nforce reading.
If you have the M2N32,the squirrel cage fan can knock 5-10c of the NB temp.

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Originally Posted by demonr6 View Post

Finally got through this thread after days of trying to digest it all. Amazing how much steam these mobos still have. I have one of the 555 processors capable of unlocking to the quad but unfortunately I am hampered by owning the M2N SLi Deluxe and not the M2N32 version. *sigh* so much potential.

I hadn't heard of a 555, so looked it up: HDZ555WFGMBOX

Was there a quad core version? I can only see it as a dual

The spreadsheet on page 1 lists a lot of good CPUs for the M2N SLi

I chose the 965 as it was the best upgrade within my budget. My 5600 will get put in a frankenbuild box of spares for her WoW pandas biggrin.gif

Amd takes some x4 models with bad cores,disables two cores and sells them as x2's.
More info here http://www.overclock.net/t/535501/amd-k10-5-core-cache-unlocking-guide/0_20


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The only tool/program i have found that can read the NB temps is the Nvida system monitor(stand alone part of the performance tools).
On the motherboard tab it is the Nforce reading.
If you have the M2N32,the squirrel cage fan can knock 5-10c of the NB temp.
Gyro

Thanks for the tip - I've seen that fan mentioned earlier - is it available to buy anywhere?
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I could sell one a fan that is if absolutly required thumb.gif

As mentioned earlier the M2N32 board does have more Power biggrin.gif and can handle a way better over clock w/a much better CPU Uh Humm Ph II X4 cpu wink.gif
Edited by N2Gaming - 8/30/12 at 1:40am
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I could sell one a fan that is if absolutly required thumb.gif
As mentioned earlier the M2N32 board does have more Power biggrin.gif and can handle a way better over clock w/a much better CPU Uh Humm Ph II X4 cpu wink.gif

Wait a minute, are you implying that I will have trouble overclocking my b97 that is in the mail? (only the m2n sli dlx here) Not that Im expecting 4.5ghz or anything.

I could always strap an 80mm fan to the VRMs if they cause trouble.
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The only tool/program i have found that can read the NB temps is the Nvida system monitor(stand alone part of the performance tools).
On the motherboard tab it is the Nforce reading.
If you have the M2N32,the squirrel cage fan can knock 5-10c of the NB temp.
Gyro
All I see is MCP Temp 89* am I looking at the wrong place?

If not I should probably reseat the heatsink with some new TIM...
Edited by LuckySe7ens - 8/30/12 at 8:46am
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Maybe the M2N-sli dlx doesn't have that sensor?
Here the M2N32




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