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post #28801 of 28836 (permalink) Old 12-01-2018, 04:27 PM
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It's interesting to see people messing with socket 939 as I sold my 3800x2 rig to my father in law about 11 years ago and he still runs it everyday with a GS7600 .. I may have a 3200 laying around and I see a box with Abit KN8 - SLi in my closet unknown to me if anything lay in there lol .

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post #28802 of 28836 (permalink) Old 12-01-2018, 07:16 PM
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Sold my FX60 and DFI Lan Party over a year ago on Hardforums. It sold in less than 24 hours for my asking price.
https://hardforum.com/threads/s939-s...ddr-3.1943364/
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I dusted off my DFI LP/3800X2 last year to run 4 gpus for a little mining and its still gathering dust Sans the cards right now in a holding pattern.

READ this thread before starting your first build!!!
ALWAYS power up a Mobo Before installing it! Consider Less than helpful posts as Free Bumps.
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post #28804 of 28836 (permalink) Old 12-02-2018, 01:48 AM
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Talk about running an old PC in today's world, this is awesome to run Window's 10 1803 build, 32Bits as an Internet PC!
With some minor gutting and hardware changes I need to make it compatible and it still runs like a champ!
I would love to find another set of ram that is currently in use but they NLA, :-((



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It maybe dated, but it runs!



The old photo below:
2 GTX 8800
creative sound blaster
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post #28805 of 28836 (permalink) Old 12-02-2018, 02:44 AM
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I still mess with my 939 stuff and have most of it yet.
Did have to thin the herd awhile back but still have enough I'm set no prob.

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I still have some 939 stuff in the closet I haven't touched in a long time too. I think I still have at least 3 DFI Lanparty boards, an A8N32SLI and maybe a asrock 939dual-sata2. Even still have a couple dual core Optys brand new in box and several used single and dual core 939s. I would like to put something together in a couple weeks just to have an old style rig to play with. Yesterday I found a XFX HD4890 with a Zalman VF3000 mounted to it. Man, that is pretty. Plus two HD5870s. One Gigabyte and one XFX. I got rid of a lot of stuff a few months back too. Fun platform for sure.

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post #28807 of 28836 (permalink) Old 12-02-2018, 11:25 PM
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I still have some memory from my old 939 laying around somewhere. Might have to throw it up on Craig's list. PM me if you are interested. I'd be willing to let it go for the right cause.

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post #28808 of 28836 (permalink) Old 12-19-2018, 06:59 AM
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Gapottberg and Zila thanks for offering up rams, I brought OCZ 1GB 184-Pin DDR SDRAM DDR 400 (PC 3200) Desktop Memory Model OCZ4001024PF through Newegg and it worked with the A8N32-SLI but it was slow.
But over the last two weeks, I could not remember why I swap out the motherboards from A8N32-SLI back to the A8N-SLI Premium years ago, now I remember!

The CPU fan was throttling up and down while idling, even worse when the quiet/cool was engaged.
And also for some reason, the CPU ran hotter around 52c while Idling.

so last week or so I've yanked the A8N32-SLI MB out and replaced it back to the A8N-SLI Premium MB which is a little snapper for this system.
BTW, I've changed out the power On/Off switch and tidy up the wires within the case that make it look slightly cleaner!

I have to much time on my hands, but it is so much fun to mess with this ole boy!
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post #28809 of 28836 (permalink) Old 12-20-2018, 08:32 AM
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Ahhh those were the days. When a 1.8ghz Winchester could Overclock up to 2.4ghz for daily use...and 2.7ghz for benchmarking. Nice pictures man.

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Hard Drive
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Optical Drive
ASUS Blue Ray
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Thermaltake Water 3.0
Case
Thermaltake T81
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post #28810 of 28836 (permalink) Old 12-20-2018, 09:24 AM
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First I want to greet all the 939 lowers ! This platform is one of my favourite, I'm bench as often as just can, really can't get bored of them. Fortunatelly I own some nice stuff now, sometimes it's hard to get decent hw's what You need or simply dream about long time. Non stop searching is basic behaviour if You love 939, it seems. I wish I won't have to give up my relationship with these unique, interesting little things !
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