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post #24181 of 28613
Well the scout has been retired to BOINCing duties....

Now i haz this!
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post #24182 of 28613
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Originally Posted by AliasOfMyself View Post

i understood every word of you're guide dude.. so much that i intend to copy it partially, i might just use sheet metal instead of perspex/plexiglass/acrylic glass though, easier to work with for something that i don't want to be see through wink.gif

heyy,i really don't know that will effect the RAM stability. before this i use it and its work like normal. thanks for ur info,btw i want to buy other RAM @ dual channel soon. biggrin.gif
post #24183 of 28613
Been waiting for four days now, I want my lights!!!
post #24184 of 28613
How can u join this group i have a scout i feel like i belong here lol XD
post #24185 of 28613
I come to you Oh Great masses of knowledge....

i'm looking at building a Mini-ITX board for the kids, and i have no experience with AMD processors, so here's my question:

What's the best processor that will fit in this board:
ScreenShot2012-01-06at55932AM.jpg

looking for as many cores/highest stock clock (won't be over clocking this one) as possible.

also, if it makes a difference, this is the case i'll be using:
ScreenShot2012-01-06at63412AM.jpg

nothing else other than a standard SATA 2.5" HD and 2 ram sticks (external optical drive only during installations).
Edited by Kaneda13 - 1/6/12 at 3:36am
    
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post #24186 of 28613
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Originally Posted by rudderz666 View Post

How can u join this group i have a scout i feel like i belong here lol XD

check page one, there is a detailed guide over there, and welcome!
post #24187 of 28613
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Originally Posted by Kaneda13 View Post

I come to you Oh Great masses of knowledge....
i'm looking at building a Mini-ITX board for the kids, and i have no experience with AMD processors, so here's my question:
What's the best processor that will fit in this board:
ScreenShot2012-01-06at55932AM.jpg
looking for as many cores/highest stock clock (won't be over clocking this one) as possible.
also, if it makes a difference, this is the case i'll be using:
ScreenShot2012-01-06at63412AM.jpg
nothing else other than a standard SATA 2.5" HD and 2 ram sticks (external optical drive only during installations).

Your best bet is probably one of the low power Phenom II's.

The 910e fits perfectly. Its a 65w quad core processor, with a clock speed of 2.6ghz. Has all the features of the higher end Phenom II's such as the large cache, but in a low power package. They are awesome little chips for situations just like this thumb.gif

The 905e would also be good, as it is the same chip, just clocked 100mhz slower. Finally, if you want to save some cash there is the Phenom II x3 705e which is as the name suggests a 65w triple core running at 2.5Ghz.

All of these chips are 65w, and anything else in the AMD lineup less than this is a dual core, so these are probably your best bet! Run cool, don't use any power, but still plenty powerful.
     
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post #24188 of 28613
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Your best bet is probably one of the low power Phenom II's.
The 910e fits perfectly. Its a 65w quad core processor, with a clock speed of 2.6ghz. Has all the features of the higher end Phenom II's such as the large cache, but in a low power package. They are awesome little chips for situations just like this thumb.gif
The 905e would also be good, as it is the same chip, just clocked 100mhz slower. Finally, if you want to save some cash there is the Phenom II x3 705e which is as the name suggests a 65w triple core running at 2.5Ghz.
All of these chips are 65w, and anything else in the AMD lineup less than this is a dual core, so these are probably your best bet! Run cool, don't use any power, but still plenty powerful.

thanks Evil, great info and suggestions. +REP'ed
    
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post #24189 of 28613
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Originally Posted by rudderz666 View Post

How can u join this group i have a scout i feel like i belong here lol XD

check page one, there is a detailed guide over there, and welcome!

Thx bud ill check it out after work and not on tapatalk coz this app sucks at times lol
post #24190 of 28613
Quote:
Originally Posted by Kaneda13 View Post

I come to you Oh Great masses of knowledge....

i'm looking at building a Mini-ITX board for the kids, and i have no experience with AMD processors, so here's my question:

What's the best processor that will fit in this board:
ScreenShot2012-01-06at55932AM.jpg

looking for as many cores/highest stock clock (won't be over clocking this one) as possible.

also, if it makes a difference, this is the case i'll be using:
ScreenShot2012-01-06at63412AM.jpg

nothing else other than a standard SATA 2.5" HD and 2 ram sticks (external optical drive only during installations).

65w? AMD is pretty sparse post holidays at Newegg.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819103873

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819103955

edit: Really low clock but, still, it's a triple core. And at 45w.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819103984
Edited by DireLeon2010 - 1/6/12 at 8:25am
     
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