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I'm curious about some opinions on the topic of monitors, so this is a little OT. What size is big enough to game on. For instance, is a 32" 1080p monitor big enough or is that really too big for an 8x12 size room? I'm finding my 19" Samsung, while an excellent monitor, is a bit on the small size to play a game like Crysis.
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I left the M2N32 Family after a LOT of good years.. I just got back with a few goodies.. one including an Asus M5A97 EVO AM3+ mobo

so Im off to check out posts on that mobo .. hopefully the help there was as good as the help here !!
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I'm curious about some opinions on the topic of monitors, so this is a little OT. What size is big enough to game on. For instance, is a 32" 1080p monitor big enough or is that really too big for an 8x12 size room? I'm finding my 19" Samsung, while an excellent monitor, is a bit on the small size to play a game like Crysis.
I'm fairly happy with my 20", but I sit right in front of it. I'd like to either get at least a 24", or buy a big screen LCD TV, get a wireless mouse/keyboard, and use it for dual duty. If you're looking at the monitor like you'd look at a regular TV, I'd think a 32" would be about perfect, but if you're up close it seems like it'd be overkill.
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I'm fairly happy with my 20", but I sit right in front of it. I'd like to either get at least a 24", or buy a big screen LCD TV, get a wireless mouse/keyboard, and use it for dual duty. If you're looking at the monitor like you'd look at a regular TV, I'd think a 32" would be about perfect, but if you're up close it seems like it'd be overkill.
That's exactly what I'm trying to figure out. What's big enough but not too big to get proper immersion experience in a good PC game.
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That's exactly what I'm trying to figure out. What's big enough but not too big to get proper immersion experience in a good PC game.
I like my 22",not to big not to small.

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I had one of these once. Sadly it blew up and burnt my sound card to a crisp and part of my gfx card.

I want to be in a club :'(
Sorry to here that.

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So I moved my sig rig (for the most part) to a new case. I have the m2n board with the 955 and I installed a clean win7 64 on a new hard drive and when I install the performance tool, It doesn't allow me to modify the CPU multiplier. I can modify everything else, HT, graphics cards, RAM, just not the CPU multiplier. Any suggestion?

I originally tried to to this trick with an AMD card and that failed, so I tried to run an AMD card alongside an NVIDIA so I could access the NVidia Control Panel. I am probably going to reinstall win7.
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Can I have your babies?

That fixed it! I knew I was missing something. Thanks again!
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First: thank for read my problem and plaese helme.
Second: Sorry my inglish is not good, them i use google...tralator..
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Por favor, pueden ayudarme. Estoy por comprar y Quiero ponerle PH II x4-955 en mi placa madre M2N32 SLI DELUXE WIFI, mi BIOS ahora es Ver.1004 original,
Por favor, yo conozco algo de computadoras ,pero hace mucho tiempo no hago esto.

* Ees necesario el cambio de BIOS?, cual version me recomiendan?.

Mi configuracion actual es M2N32 SLI DELUXE WIFI + athlon 64 x2 3800+, ram 512*2 800Mhz dualchannel GSkill,1 hd 160 gb , 1 hd 640gb, VGS XFX 250GTS, ProwerSupply 520watt, pienso que no son reales, seran 500w reales. LG19" LR1900r 4ms.

No quiero, hacer overcloking, por que mi powerSupply creo que no lo soportara, por eso quiero dejar el micro sin forzar(no forzado, solo Mhz originales ) (En otro momento pondre otro Powersuplly de 650w/700w , and ram de Drr2 1066).

Pero Ahora necesito que me digan como hago, y me guien, como sacar mi 3800+ y poner el PHENOM2 x4-955 de 3.2mhz y que funciones correctamente en mi placa madre en WxpSp3 and W7(32 o 64, cual recomiendan, recuerden tengo 1gb(512*2)).

Pueden decirme los pasos, el software necesario y como hacerlo.
*PhenomII x4 3.2Ghz is 125w,NO?..
Entonces, la M2N32 SLI DELUXE WIFI puede soportar un procesador de 125Watt? seguro?
Como Este:
http://articulo.mercadolibre.com.ar/...ck-edition-_JM

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Please can help me. I go to Buy and I want to put PH II x4-955 in my motherboard M2N32 SLI DELUXE WIFI, my original BIOS is now Ver.1004,
Please, I know something about computers, but long ago I do not do this.

* Ees necessary to change the BIOS?, Which version do you recommend?.

My current setup is M2N32 SLI DELUXE WIFI + athlon 64 x2 3800 +, 512 * 2 800Mhz RAM GSkill dualchannel, 1 160 gb hd, 1 640GB HD, XFX 250GTS VGS, ProwerSupply 520watt, I think there are real, 500w will be real. LG19 "LR1900r 4ms.

I do not want, do overclocking, because I think my powersupply not bear, so I want to leave the bus without forcing (not forced, only original Mhz) (On another occasion I will put another Powersuplly of 650w/700w, and ram Drr2 1066) .

But now I need to tell me as I do, and guide me, how to get my 3800 + and put the PHENOM2 x4-955 of 3.2mhz and functions properly on my motherboard WxpSp3 and W7 (32 or 64, which recommended, remember I have 1GB (512 * 2)).

Can you tell me the steps, the necessary software and how.
*PhenomII x4 3.2Ghz is 125w,NO?..
Them, the M2N32 SLI DELUXE WIFI CAN SUPPORT A PROCESSOR OF 125Watt?Sure?

Like this.
http://articulo.mercadolibre.com.ar/...ck-edition-_JM
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