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post #28811 of 28841 (permalink) Old 12-30-2018, 08:36 AM
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Hi Scotty ! I registered here some days earlier only ! It's not so huge world for an overclocker. DDDD
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FX-60 is pretty rare now. If you find one, you'll pay dearly for it.
I got 1 setting on the shelf that I bought new, along with two A8N boards and a whole stack of memory

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I've got three 939 cpu's, but not any mobo working! They all ended failing...

- Athlon 64 x2 3800+
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- Opteron 146

My died mobo was a magnific DFI LanParty nF4 SLI, wich it boots, but freezes sometimes.... Also got 2x1GB DDR400 (Gskill Platinium i think), all this on the wall like a portrait hehe

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Sapphire Pure Blue Board
8800GTS
4 sticks of 1G ram. I think one pair is Muskin Redline, but they both have aftermarket heatsinks on them.
The current CPU is an FX-55. The system has been randomly crashing since that was installed. Will include an Opteron 165.
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A custom ATX tech bench I made

This stuff is destined for the trash bin. I feel bad about it so I'm making this post. In whole or in part, acceptee covers shipping.
FX-55

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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FX-55
The board is a collectible also.

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Long time no talk guys! Quick question, do any of you guys remember volt modding Socket A boards? Asking in here, because I know we have a lot of the classic platform peeps in this group. An OCN friend of mine, that really doesn't come onto OCN anymore these days, is getting into some NF2 boards, Gigabyte and Asus, and the problem he's running into is in the BIOS there's only +0.2v or +10% on the RAM, which really doesn't give him a whole lot of voltage control (I believe its the Gigabyte boards right now, his Asus needs recapped).

Any sort of tutorials or advice you guys can give, we'd really appreciate it. I'm still searching for my Socket A build, this HP in my sig is my "retro rig" right now, trying to go older, so I'll be relearning this stuff too again lol.

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My current Socket 939 system is an Athlon 64 X2 4400+ on an MSI K8N Neo2 motherboard, 2GB dual-channel ram, Radeon 9700 128MB, 150GB Western Digital Raptor HDD, and Windows XP. I do really wish that more case manufactures would make this style of case. I like have the video card facing up so that you can actually see the heatsink, not just the boring back of the video card. Honestly, they should of put the components on the same side as they did with ISA cards.

Using this system for playing SimCity 4, Command & Conquer Generals.....

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Long time no talk guys! Quick question, do any of you guys remember volt modding Socket A boards? Asking in here, because I know we have a lot of the classic platform peeps in this group. An OCN friend of mine, that really doesn't come onto OCN anymore these days, is getting into some NF2 boards, Gigabyte and Asus, and the problem he's running into is in the BIOS there's only +0.2v or +10% on the RAM, which really doesn't give him a whole lot of voltage control (I believe its the Gigabyte boards right now, his Asus needs recapped).

Any sort of tutorials or advice you guys can give, we'd really appreciate it. I'm still searching for my Socket A build, this HP in my sig is my "retro rig" right now, trying to go older, so I'll be relearning this stuff too again lol.
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