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Thank you for clarification Gyro! I answered anyway:-) I should have been more specific because not to many people know that there is something else besides the Delux:-)
Regards!
My apologies for misunderstanding.

Speaking of the Deluxe, when it first came out it in 2006, it was a popular gamer MOBO the M2N32-SLI Deluxe, who would have thought we would get this many years out of a MOBO...

I this MOBO.
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Just flashed my board to 5001 and got a Phenom II X4 945.
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My apologies for misunderstanding.

Speaking of the Deluxe, when it first came out it in 2006, it was a popular gamer MOBO the M2N32-SLI Deluxe, who would have thought we would get this many years out of a MOBO...

I this MOBO.


i sure as heck didnt.. with all the problems ive had this this board i expected it to completely die a few years ago so i could finally be forced to buy a much better board.. but the dang thing keeps running.. barely but its still running..
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ya i had a few start up issues with this board but since then it's been a great lil mobo. but its age is definitely showing and the quest for a new mobo begins.

props to asus for building a solid board
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do i need with 5002 nvidia sys tools anymore?

edit: ok with the 955 i still need it...

edit: With new bios my idle temp went down from 48°C to 41°C. ***?
Edited by BuddhaKeks - 5/16/10 at 9:07am
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Just flashed my board to 5001 and got a Phenom II X4 945.
Would love to hear how your rig does with that beta bios... would like to see what temps u get as well

Thanks in advance
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Did the 5002 bios upgrade on my sig rig yesterday. I honestly cannot tell the difference. I have not looked at temps yet but my setup issues (i prefer to call them quirks) are still the same.

I think the only thing that did chance was that I now dont need to put in my win7 cd when cold booting just to get the OS to boot. It used to give me this weird boot sector/drive missing error whenever I would restart or cold boot my rig. Ive tried repairing the boot file and all of that but it still did it. Now with the new bios all of those issues are gone.
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My apologies for misunderstanding.

Speaking of the Deluxe, when it first came out it in 2006, it was a popular gamer MOBO the M2N32-SLI Deluxe, who would have thought we would get this many years out of a MOBO...
I still have an Asus A7N8X boxed and finally found an XP 3200 for it. I'll probably piece it back together some day and run W2K on it.

I will only buy Asus or Intel boards.

I bought an ASUS M4A77D to eventually replace my M2NE-SLI. I use the M2NE for home theater and gaming but processor choices are limited. I thought about putting that new 6 core CPU on it but it probably wouldn't improve much for gaming.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813131618

Has a lot of features for $79 and still uses DDR2. When W7 came out I upgraded all of the memory on my machines to at least 6 GB.

It's hard to find Asus N series boards that still use DDR2 that still has features like firewire.
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Why no one has not yet been tested Phenom x6 on this motherboard? I do not want to be first))
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My apologies for misunderstanding.

Speaking of the Deluxe, when it first came out it in 2006, it was a popular gamer MOBO the M2N32-SLI Deluxe, who would have thought we would get this many years out of a MOBO...

I this MOBO.
Yes sir! These are pretty durable workhorse boards:-) I got mine in 2007 and was first thinking about getting the Deluxe, but the amount of additional features and gadgets you get with SLI Vista Premium swayed me towards purchasing that board. I loved it since the first day. For some reason, after installing the windows 7, I started having shutdowns and glitches and finally decided to get an Intel board. If no one will by it, then I will keep it as a spare in case of a malfunction.
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