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post #11 of 15
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Is the sata thing the only thing wrong with the boards, where only 2 sata ports work? If so, maybe I'll go on craigslist. I live in the bay area, California btw. In case anyone knows of other electronic stores besides frys
post #12 of 15
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Is the sata thing the only thing wrong with the boards, where only 2 sata ports work? If so, maybe I'll go on craigslist. I live in the bay area, California btw. In case anyone knows of other electronic stores besides frys
You've been using the good 'ol LGA775 for all this time...Another 2 months waiting for the P67 mobos is not going to kill ya

You'll do much better if you just wait until April
post #13 of 15
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Heh yeah I know. The thing is my board is fried, and I need a desktop for college. Don't want to have to work on my Mac laptop lol.
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Heh yeah I know. The thing is my board is fried, and I need a desktop for college. Don't want to have to work on my Mac laptop lol.
COME ON MAN April will be here before you know it. Let that MAC handle the business until then.
post #15 of 15
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Alright I guess it'll have to do hah. So now there's a new question, I bought the i5 2500k a couple of nights ago. Should I return it as prices might go down, or keep it in the box which is unopened until the new mobos come out?
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