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old parts I've got sitting around
e5500,
8800gtx,
4x1GB DDR2 (so no micro atx unless it has 4 dimm slots)
dvdrw/500gb sata hd

looking for around $60
Edited by uberwurst - 2/2/11 at 7:15am
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1st this is the wrong section..(OCN marketplace is what you need)

2nd you need at least 35 reps to be able to advertise your hardware/software for sale..

This thread will be locked as soon as mods spot it..

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Those are the parts that I have, and I'm looking to get recommendations on an inexpensive model LGA 775 motherboard that I should buy so I can make a rig out of those old parts.
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Those are the parts that I have, and I'm looking to get recommendations on an inexpensive model LGA 775 motherboard that I should buy so I can make a rig out of those old parts.
Then you should edit your OP and thread title man..

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can't, i didn't know people traded on this website
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just delete this thread mods LOL

if anyone wants to help me before that happens, thanks
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just delete this thread mods LOL

if anyone wants to help me before that happens, thanks
No need to delete this...

In your first post you will see an option to "Edit" then select "Advanced" and it will give you the option to edit the title..

Use something like this "Need advice on older 775 motherboard"

That should about do it...

As far as the trading/ for sale section, its where I suggest you look...

Being your on an E5500 your not going to run anything pre P35 chipset without a bios update...

I suggest looking for a Gigabyte P35 or Asus P35, both are decent boards..

Here is a P35 for $55 http://www.overclock.net/main-compon...treme-p35.html and he is a reputable trader on this site..

24 trader ratings, all positive - http://www.overclock.net/itrader.php?u=110225

Good luck...
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post #8 of 12
why no micro ATX?


they have more than 2 memory slots well the good ones do anyway.




get this

Edited by The Master Chief - 2/2/11 at 7:16am
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Then you should edit your OP and thread title man..

CHEERS..
his title is "cheap lga775 for old parts " right?

why are you being douche to him? stop posting useless things.


Also its very hard to find decent to good quality LGA775 non-micro atx for 60 bucks.


http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813157175
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his title is "cheap lga775 for old parts " right?

why are you being douche to him? stop posting useless things.


Also its very hard to find decent to good quality LGA775 non-micro atx for 60 bucks.


http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813157175
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You can find them used pretty easily, ebay.
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