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so guys how much can i get this board for new
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so guys how much can i get this board for new
What baord are you talking about. The M2N32 Sli deluxe or some other board. Sorry but it looks like you forgot to reference a board. I have a brand new NIB baord that I'm not using becuase I have two that I purchased on fleebay that are doing a nice job for me ATM. The new one was gong to be the original but I got one on ebay at the same time and the new one is just sitting all nice an cozy in the box. I paid a little over $200.00 for it new at Tigerdirect.com about 4 months ago.
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m2n32-sli deluxe deluxe
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m2n32-sli deluxe deluxe
A quick search on google turned up these results. hope this helps.

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q...deluxe&aq=f&oq=
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i think you can get better boards for a better price than those in the link.
Not that these arent good boards, but they are pretty old now.
better off getting a newer chipset and something with pcie2.0

If they were less than $100 i'd recommend it. don't pay 200 for one though.
    
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Anyone running a Phenom 9850 on a M2N32-SLI? Comments, opinions, or advice?
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Anyone running a Phenom 9850 on a M2N32-SLI? Comments, opinions, or advice?
If I were you and I really wanted to get a phenom quad core I would go for the 9950 BE 125w version. You could buy from a retailer/etailer that has a good customer service base and will accept returns for any reason w/no questions asked well of course they will want to know why but you simply tell them the processor does not work in my mobo. Then just shrug your shoulders and brush your self off and try again.

I do think you will be able to run the 9850 as well as a 9950 long as it is the 125w version and not a 140w version. Good luck. Just to be on the safe side I would make sure that you have a good case w/plenty of system cooling to get rid of the extra heat the mobo and cpu will be putting out.

Good luck what ever you choose to do.
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If I were you and I really wanted to get a phenom quad core I would go for the 9950 BE 125w version. You could buy from a retailer/etailer that has a good customer service base and will accept returns for any reason w/no questions asked well of course they will want to know why but you simply tell them the processor does not work in my mobo. Then just shrug your shoulders and brush your self off and try again.

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Good luck what ever you choose to do.
BIOS updates are only good up to the 9850 on the board, so that is my best choice for going quad on a budget. The 9950 is not supported, but I can deal with the 100MHz loss
I already run a 125W CPU, and my case and cooling are definitely up to the task
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BIOS updates are only good up to the 9850 on the board, so that is my best choice for going quad on a budget. The 9950 is not supported, but I can deal with the 100MHz loss
I already run a 125W CPU, and my case and cooling are definitely up to the task

I will do a little more research on that one. I think other m2n boards support the 9950 and if that is the case I don't see why this board is any different. the cpu is basically the same if it's only 100 mhz different then in theory the only difference is the muliplier. They are both quad cores just one runs a little faster.

I'll go to amd and compare and get back soon.

Edit: the multi on the 8850 would be 12.5 * 200 and the 9950 would be 13 *200
Edited by N2Gaming - 2/5/09 at 8:30pm
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http://products.amd.com/en-us/Deskto...&id=447&id=449

Here is the 9950 model that would most likely work. You could probably get one cheaper than this. I just did a quick google to verify the amd sight was referencing the black editons becuase they do not specify.

Manufacturer Part# : HD995ZXAGHBOX




Manufacturer Part# : HD995ZXAGHBOX





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Realize new possibilities for connecting with friends, family, and digital entertainment with the phenomenal performance of the AMD Phenom X4 quad-core processors. Built from the ground up for true quad-core performance, AMD Phenom X4 processors speed through advanced multitasking, critical business productivity, advanced visual design and modeling, serious gaming, and visually stunning digital media and entertainment.



Edited by N2Gaming - 2/5/09 at 8:43pm
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