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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 01-23-2020, 02:33 AM - Thread Starter
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[FOUND] Asus Maximus vii Gene Z97

Looking for good condition, no bent pins. Let me know what ya got!

Thanks!

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You looking for a CPU and Ram to go with it? I have a Z97 Gene, i7 5775c and 16GB of GSkill 2400 (2x 8GB).



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You looking for a CPU and Ram to go with it? I have a Z97 Gene, i7 5775c and 16GB of GSkill 2400 (2x 8GB).

I'm reusing my old 4790k.

I am looking for 16GB of GSkill Trident X F3-2400C10D-16GTX.
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Hold on, eh, you don't wanna deal with it. lemme see if it has a BIOS chip 1st.

It does not, no bent pins (AFAIK), Ceramique 2 on the Lotes thing it looks like.

You can has for $15. You deal with it! Will need a computer battery. It's not pretty and has a nice coat of LET on the back. I don't remember it just dying or anything, but that's not saying much.

Get yur CAP USB ready! I do not guarantee a damn thing with this. The back is LETted up, I have a 4790K in a diff board.

Now that I think back, I think a RAM stick died and it needed a CAP flash and I just didn't wanna deal with it.

Not saying it won't take effort to get going. Need compatible RAM + CPU + CAP BIOS.

Even then, no telling.

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I'm reusing my old 4790k.

I am looking for 16GB of GSkill Trident X F3-2400C10D-16GTX.
Y U search for the crappiest Sammys made? Look for the good stuff!

I just sold some. 2600-2800 C10 Sammys 10-12-12-28
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Y U search for the crappiest Sammys made? Look for the good stuff!

I just sold some. 2600-2800 C10 Sammys 10-12-12-28
wow! I had no clue. Enlighten me please. What is the part # I should be looking at?
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Hold on, eh, you don't wanna deal with it. lemme see if it has a BIOS chip 1st.

It does not, no bent pins (AFAIK), Ceramique 2 on the Lotes thing it looks like.

You can has for $15. You deal with it! Will need a computer battery. It's not pretty and has a nice coat of LET on the back. I don't remember it just dying or anything, but that's not saying much.

Get yur CAP USB ready! I do not guarantee a damn thing with this. The back is LETted up, I have a 4790K in a diff board.

Now that I think back, I think a RAM stick died and it needed a CAP flash and I just didn't wanna deal with it.

Not saying it won't take effort to get going. Need compatible RAM + CPU + CAP BIOS.

Even then, no telling.
I'm not getting the warm and fuzzy feeling lol.

Thank you though!
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wow! I had no clue. Enlighten me please. What is the part # I should be looking at?
Hoo boy! Talk about reaching into yesteryear!

Alright: F32600C10D-8GTXD 10-12-12-31

I just sold 6 sticks , 3 worked for the dude. All I said was there was 1 viable kit in there.

He profited.

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If you don't want the mobo, I throw it out tomorrow.
I could swear that one and the Z170 OC Formula (with some contact cleaner) would work.

Z170 was rode hard and put away wet.

I throw them both out tomorrow, screw it.
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Hoo boy! Talk about reaching into yesteryear!

Alright: F32600C10D-8GTXD 10-12-12-31

I just sold 6 sticks , 3 worked for the dude. All I said was there was 1 viable kit in there.

He profited.
Right on! Score! Thanks man. I will research this.
Quote: Originally Posted by Schmuckley View Post
If you don't want the mobo, I throw it out tomorrow.
I could swear that one and the Z170 OC Formula (with some contact cleaner) would work.

Z170 was rode hard and put away wet.

I throw them both out tomorrow, screw it.
No worries.
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