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System: dam kids(
Too funny for real. : laughings: laughings

Don't worry eclipse, I am not laughing at you but your "new" system name.
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well got my main system back up on XP now to fix the issues. Maybe by wed I will be fully funtional again(i hope) As for the system name I thought it was fitting. I cant belive that thing still runs.
192mb of ram sucks!
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Ya going back to that small amount must have been rough on you. Does xp even boot? But you got your sigrig back now so you won't have too much pain to endure.
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Ya going back to that small amount must have been rough on you. Does xp even boot? But you got your sigrig back now so you won't have too much pain to endure.
believe it or not I run Xp pro on that.
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XP pro will run on a calculator. (j/k)
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Hey test tube, How do you like your ASRock mobo? Does it run the Phenom II X4 940 BE pretty good? What is the most you are able to get out of the chip before stability becomes an issue? How does it compare to the M2N32 SLI Deluxe mobo with the x4 940 chip?

Thank you,

N2G
The Asrock board is very good so long as you avoid the Asrock software. Sleep disables the fans via ACPI which is nice too. The HT is pretty stable on stock volts up to about 2100mhz.

The 940BE I have is stable up 3.6ghz but it runs hot, which is likely more a problem with the cooling than anything else. It can boot at 3.8ghz@1.55v but it's definitely not stable and very toasty. Serious cooling is needed to get to 3.7ghz/3.8ghz (but that's the chip and not the board), the Mugen 2 or lapped TRU would probably do it. The 940BE peaks at 3.5ghz/3.6ghz in terms of power consumption/heat dissipation vs. frequency/performance.

I still have a 478-pin Asrock board from 4 years ago that I put through hell running (which is why I went with them again).

I will bench 3dmark06 for you on this setup. With the 920@3.36ghz, 8GB of 800mhz DDR2 and M2N32-SLI with one 9800GTX+ I got 14,500.
Edited by test tube - 4/6/09 at 9:26pm
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The Asrock board is very good so long as you avoid the Asrock software. Sleep disables the fans via ACPI which is nice too. The HT is pretty stable on stock volts up to about 2100mhz.

The 940BE I have is stable up 3.6ghz but it runs hot, which is likely more a problem with the cooling than anything else. It can boot at 3.8ghz@1.55v but it's definitely not stable and very toasty. Serious cooling is needed to get to 3.7ghz/3.8ghz (but that's the chip and not the board), the Mugen 2 or lapped TRU would probably do it. The 940BE peaks at 3.5ghz/3.6ghz in terms of power consumption/heat dissipation vs. frequency/performance.

I still have a 478-pin Asrock board from 4 years ago that I put through hell running (which is why I went with them again).

I will bench 3dmark06 for you on this setup. With the 920@3.36ghz, 8GB of 800mhz DDR2 and M2N32-SLI with one 9800GTX+ I got 14,500.
Dude... where were you like a day ago??? I just clicked on the buy button @ the Egg for a new Foxconn Destroyer. It was a toss up between that and the board you have. I read a couple of reviews that claimed the northbridge runs a little hot on your mobo so I went w/the Foxconn and the ASRock only has a 1 year warranty Plus I also liked all the other bells and whistles that come w/the Foxconn Destroyer less the wifi. I have a Belkin Wifi USB adaptor If I ever really need it. Plus I have two extra Wifi adaptors from two M2N32 sli deluxe mobo's. "Any one looking for a Recently RMA'd returned M2N32 SLI Deluxe in the box Looking brand new w/all new accessories should hit me up w/a PM". It seems as if they sent me a brand new mobo but they put a sticker on the box that says RMA Return. I useually only get a mobo by it self but this time I got a whole NIB package. Man you gotta love ASUS for that.
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Well you can do 3-way sli with the destroyer, which is nice if you already have nVidia cards. Personally I think crossfire/SLI is a complete waste of cash though, in terms of power consumption/performance vs. cost.

I'm sure it'll be a fine board.
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does this board m2n sli have pcie 2.0 and what kind of graphics card can i put in someone?
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does this board m2n sli have pcie 2.0 and what kind of graphics card can i put in someone?
cant remember if it's 2.0 but there is not a card out right now that uses all the 1.0 bandwidth. You can put any PCI-e card in but you can only sli/w two nvidia cards.
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