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I wouldn't trust it for overclocking... unheatsinked 4+1 (3+1?) phase and it's low quality. You'll have to make do at stock.
It may just be a simply faulty mobo, but check the RAM


Scr*w it, i'm just gonna RMA the motherboard.

I want to order a Asus M4A88T-V EVO from another shop, will it be good for overclocking?
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I wouldn't trust it for overclocking... unheatsinked 4+1 (3+1?) phase and it's low quality. You'll have to make do at stock.
It may just be a simply faulty mobo, but check the RAM
Do you post this warning on every-single post on OCN? Just wondering...system won't boot so overclocking is a little out of the question.
OP-the Asus M4A88TD EVO is the one you want for overclocking.The board you have will work fine if it is working properly.Have you tried booting with 1 stick of RAM?
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Hey you know there's only 1 right way to install the CPU right? lift the lever. line the little gold arrow on the cpu up with the arrow on the socket. Put the cpu in the socket. close the lever. Read TFM!!!!
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Hey you know there's only 1 right way to install the CPU right? lift the lever. line the little gold arrow on the cpu up with the arrow on the socket. Put the cpu in the socket. close the lever. Read TFM!!!!
If you red all my posts you would have known i managed to enter the BIOS a few times. How could i have done that if the CPU wasn't installed correctly?!!!

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OP-the Asus M4A88TD EVO is the one you want for overclocking.The board you have will work fine if it is working properly.Have you tried booting with 1 stick of RAM?
I only have 1 stick of RAM, i think i mentioned it on first page(Edit, ups i actually didn't)....

Asus M4A88TD-V/USB3, hmm a bit over budget but i think i can afford it. I'll take it, thanks for the advice.
Edited by Pentdragon - 2/15/11 at 11:10am
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