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post #7761 of 12343
Alright so i have found this.....will it work good??

http://cgi.ebay.com/AMD-Phenom-II-X4...item1e607eb7e7
    
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post #7762 of 12343
That will work fine. No tweaking required.


Good luck

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Originally Posted by crash01 View Post

Last post is 27/12, yesterday.
I must see a screen of CPU-Z..

I asked to that user
OMG... they are waiting for confirmation if an x6 works in the M2N-SLI deluxe or not... I am going to ****ing WET myself if it works.
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I'll write back once have some more data.
I went ahead and added 2x 140mm Antec fans in front of the M2N32 board. There's plenty of room to do this in the Antec Sonata III case.

The CPU now idles at 36C and the mobo is at a cool 28C as reported by the BIOS hardware monitor.

Windows 7 and CPUID HWMonitor seems to report a lower 34C at idle, but as others have noted, perhaps not to be trusted as much as the BIOS monitor.

The most impressive gain was on the GPU where it now runs at a much cooler 48C. Never seen this low a number for the X1900GT (red).

I believe the system overall will be much happier this way. The 140mm fans run at about 1000RPM give or take and thus don't really contribute significantly to the noise equation. The CPU cooler fan is also as a consequence running about 200RPM slower. Overall description is more of a whoosh sound.

It should be easier now to OC the CPU.
post #7765 of 12343
Ran my AAC encoding app which is a representative load for comparison purposes from earlier posts I've made. Both the CPU and GPU is easily running 10C cooler.

I've included a pic of how the two fans were mounted in the case.

Edited by gr8sho - 12/28/10 at 5:02pm
post #7766 of 12343
they are close....

Keyzer
12-28-2010, 08:51 PM
Well, report time.

I wouldn't say the test was a total failure, because a couple of things DID work =P
First things first: I flashed the BETA BIOS without issues. After a first attempt of rebooting, everything seemed in the right place in the BIOS setup screen, my computer POSTed without any problems, and reached the WinXP welcome screen. After that, everything seemed to slow down to unbearable levels. WinXP would start, but only after about 25 mins, during which the normal booting process would take place (loading screen, wlcome screen, desktop, desktop icons, start up processes, etc), but at a very slow speed. I thought it was something to do with the multipliers not been set up correctly (it's all set to AUTO) or something like that, since it looked like it was running on a much slower CPU. So, I decided to try the X6, since the BIOS should recognize it and configure it automatically.

It did recognize it correctly, and gave me a lot of BIOS options that were not available with my old 5200+ (like the Phenom Patch fix and such). The PC would turn on normally, I could access the BIOS screen, it would POST, but wouldn't go past that. It seems that whenever it has to access a drive to boot the OS, it hangs (blank screen with blinking white dash). I tried changing the booting order among the HDDs, CDs, and such, to no avail. I also tried all combinations of C'n'Q, Virtualization, Phenom Patch, and such, turning them on and off.

I switched back to the 5200+, and the incredibly slow booting continued. I restored to the official 5002 Bios and htings went back to normal.
post #7767 of 12343
My oh my that sure is a funky setup, lol

@Fryer - So it worked but has lots of kinks. I'm just happy to know the X6 even booted. That's a great sign. Hopefully someday soon I can throw a 1090T on this 3+ year old motherboard. I love making the best out of what I got and I think the majority of us are lucky our motherboard has been such a beast with upgrades.
Edited by Fossil - 12/28/10 at 6:16pm
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post #7768 of 12343
i lucked out when i got mine. i had another mobo and it fried. i posted on hear about needing a new mobo in the wanted threads, i was offerd the one i have now for 50.00 i figure why not, i know asus is a good mobo, and it was a deactivated mobo on newegg with good reviews, and thats about all i had money wise.. so i did it...

i must say, i still and thankful he sold it to me. has lasted over a year now and been one of the best mobo's i have ever had. in all honestly after finding out how much i like this thing if i had the money and he would have asked for 100 i probably would have. i will keep this thing till it dies and i can not fix it.
post #7769 of 12343
Considering a few more upgrades. Will the new ATI HD 6xxx series cards work on the M2N32-SLI Deluxe? The spec talks about PCI Express 2.1 x16 and I'm not sure our board has this interface.
post #7770 of 12343
I knew this guy (TheWiz) could fit this mobo with full support for AM3. Now just make adjustments, the user Keyzer only managed to put the processor and start the windows is already a big step. Congratulations to both.
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