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hi buddy Aniket a Asus M4A88T-M LE would do good but i guess the prices of that mobo in india is 10% to 15% more. Even i had that scrap M68 mobo 2 days ago i replaced it with a 78LMT-S2P and i must say is a mind blowing mobo just that if u overclock u have to keep a eye on the VRM temp i just need VRM cooling and i m set for ~3.7Ghz min
and as for the RAM a ripjawx costs 1850 in mumbai grab one i m sure that u wont regret for it just check one thing out whether it supports AMD processors b`coz i have heard quiet some things about g.skill not supporting AMD cpu on the other hand a Corsair is also good u may go with any of them
Yah,I would go with vengeance.
Asus M4a88Tm LE(3+1 power phase) cost rs3400 & gigabyte 880GMa usb3(4+1 power phase) cost rs4800
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for moderate ocing i recommend u a 78LMT-S2P and just make sure u have a 40mm fan blowing at the VRM or if possible a 80mm fan and u are good i overclocked my X4 640 upto 3.8Ghz with that board but i can not continue bcoz it needs very high voltage(1.6+v) so i couldn't take a risk i m currently at 3.6Ghz at 1.55v that a decent overclock my that board i guess or as go with Asus M4A78LT-M if u don't have plans for Bulldozer upgrade bcoz it will take ages to reach India
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for moderate ocing i recommend u a 78LMT-S2P and just make sure u have a 40mm fan blowing at the VRM or if possible a 80mm fan and u are good i overclocked my X4 640 upto 3.8Ghz with that board but i can not continue bcoz it needs very high voltage(1.6+v) so i couldn't take a risk i m currently at 3.6Ghz at 1.55v that a decent overclock my that board i guess or as go with Asus M4A78LT-M if u don't have plans for Bulldozer upgrade bcoz it will take ages to reach India
Bulldozer downgrade, you mean
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for moderate ocing i recommend u a 78LMT-S2P and just make sure u have a 40mm fan blowing at the VRM or if possible a 80mm fan and u are good i overclocked my X4 640 upto 3.8Ghz with that board but i can not continue bcoz it needs very high voltage(1.6+v) so i couldn't take a risk i m currently at 3.6Ghz at 1.55v that a decent overclock my that board i guess or as go with Asus M4A78LT-M if u don't have plans for Bulldozer upgrade bcoz it will take ages to reach India
I'm buying an used phenomII X4 955 Black Edition(125w) in next few months and the mobo you are suggesting support upto 95w cpu at max,so it wont support the 125w phenom,if it luckily supports then also it won't give stability.
I'm mostly leaning towards gigabyte 880gm usb3 (4+1 power phase)
I'm a student,thus I can't afford i5/amd FX,
my only motive is gaming,so a phenomII x4 will be great for my budget.
Edited by Aniket - 10/23/11 at 3:33pm
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I'm buying an used phenomII X4 955 Black Edition(125w) in next few months and the mobo you are suggesting support upto 95w cpu at max,so it wont support the 125w phenom,if it luckily supports then also it won't give stability.
Gigabyte 78LMT-S2P is a 780G 140w AM3+ mobo whereas Asus M4A78LT-M is a 125w 4 Dimm slot 780G chipset the M4A78LTM-LE is a 95w Mobo bro read the thing abit more carefully yaar
post #747 of 1597
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rev 3.1 of the 78LMT-S2P is 4+1, and uses lowRDS(on) transistors, whereas rev 4.0 is 3+1 with traditional transistors.

I would say the rev 3.1 is a pretty decent board.
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i guess the rev 4.1 does not have the safely shutdown option then which the 3.1 has
Edited by Tarun - 10/28/11 at 12:37pm
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i don't have confirmation on that
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The rev 3.1 has been confirmed to have shutdown based VRM protection.
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