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how about good apps for ram benchmarking....I use orthos but can only get a small blend test...

Try memtest86+
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I haven't been playing games for a while, and today I fancied a whirl at Civ4 which isn't that intensive and it was freezing and even bsod once.
Princip, I found Civ4 to be more of a CPU intensive game then on the GPU side. Have you tested with running everything at stock first? What kind of stability testing did you perform? When running memtest86+ make sure to run tests 5 and 8 each for at least 20 minutes.

Let us know

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Got my friend's 920 to 3570mhz on this board, stable.

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Memory: 680mhz @ 3-3-3-8-16 and 2.225v (default is 2.200v)
Multi: 14x
HT: 4x

Loads at 58C max on small FFTs in Prime95 with a Scythe Mugen II. He is getting another M2N32-sli deluxe so he can use sli (bottom slot is fubared) and selling this one to his brother. Great board.
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He is getting another M2N32-sli deluxe so he can use sli (bottom slot is fubared) and selling this one to his brother. Great board.
Tell him to grab N2G's If it's Still there.
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He already ordered it.
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Tell him to grab N2G's If it's Still there.
Yup I still have it. Which reminds me to bump that thread.

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He already ordered it.
That's too bad. Good deal on one seen here
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Princip, I found Civ4 to be more of a CPU intensive game then on the GPU side. Have you tested with running everything at stock first? What kind of stability testing did you perform? When running memtest86+ make sure to run tests 5 and 8 each for at least 20 minutes.

Let us know

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Oh god is this game more CPU intensive than GPU. Try going from my Phenom II 940 3.0GHz to my Laptop Core Duo 2 T5450 1.5GHz. It's painfull! It's like 3 times the loading time between turns and the Phenom II isn't even full CPU load when its calculating the AI units turns. GPU really doesn't help too much like you said.

(Although to be fair, I play the world map with 15 AI units so then my load times are actually noticeable )

Love Civ4!
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Nice bump N2G. I think the main prob your having selling it is that most people dont know what phenomenal boards these are! They can really hang with the newer stuff!
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Nice bump N2G. I think the main prob your having selling it is that most people dont know what phenomenal boards these are! They can really hang with the newer stuff!
mobo technology is really the slowest to advance. What do current boards have on ours really.
Hypertransport 3 doesn't seem to add a significant improvement and ddr3 has yet to take off as well.
The only thing I can think about is PCIEx 2.0 but it's hardly worth upgrading for that.
I'm planning to stick with this board till its death
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mobo technology is really the slowest to advance. What do current boards have on ours really.
Hypertransport 3 doesn't seem to add a significant improvement and ddr3 has yet to take off as well.
The only thing I can think about is PCIEx 2.0 but it's hardly worth upgrading for that.
I'm planning to stick with this board till its death
Well I upgraded or so I thought to a Foxconn Destroyer mobo. In any case, this new to me Destroyer mobo has great video potential. How ever unlike many of the newer AM2+ mobos this Destroyer lacks the ability to change the NB Frequency Multiplier so it's ability to overclock the Phenom II 940 is limited as well. So far from the limited time I have played w/it. " Sorry guys I have a lot on my table ATM " I have come to the conclusion that the ASUS M2N32 SLI Deluxe is just as quick as the Destroyer. I have not dug into the heat issues that many users have seen thus far but will do more research on that when I get some free/spare time on my hands.
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