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post #1 of 737 (permalink) Old 04-22-2013, 09:25 PM - Thread Starter
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Now 771 CPU is available for 775 Motherboard! make sure ur motherboard 's
the trick is in the green box. now i'm going to show you the magic!
make sure before you do this, your motherboard's bios has to be updated to the newest version
CREATOR: gd-jpeg v1.0 (using IJG JPEG v62), quality =90
now here are the tools you need,and this nail clipper is the best tool to modify the motherboard(To modify your motherboard take ur own risk)

this is my second 771 cpu to test and the little sticker is my magic tool




cut the little U out of the sticker.

now you need a double side tape!





after cut the extra tape from the sticker

Put the magic sticker on the cpu ,and the arrow has to point to the golden triangle on the processor, like the pic shows.

now you need to cut the slot (which show in the pics below in the red stars or the cpu will not fit. )on the motherboard! (Again!!! to modify your motherboard take ur own risk)




now put the cpu in the slot match up two triangle=((the golden triangle on the CPU and the one on the motherboard at the same side as the pics show.)


everything is ready,

da da~!!! here is the magic!

here are the cpu list for 771 you can use thumb.gif

system ran 2 day straight! smile.gif without anyproblems.
by the way form the chess benchmark you should know that it's better than the 3rd gen i3 biggrin.gif
you can find very cheap 771 cpu on ebay.
also because most of the 771 you can find on the ebay is pull out directly from the server; therefore, it's never been overclock biggrin.gif I just set my L5420 bus speed 400 for daily use.
it's been test in different chipset as long as it support the 45nm core cpus. like p35 g31 g33 p45 p43 g41 even p965.




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That is a great idea. Gj
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I bought my L5420 for only $23, and it's better than a $12x i3
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Oh, neat! Question is: where does one get that little pin flipper sticker?

Carter, can you explain that in *English*?
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What exactly is it doing?

Covering up pads?
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What exactly is it doing?

Covering up pads?
From the looks of it it's switching 2 pads around so that normal LGA 775 boards can properly link to it. Kinda figured that the only real difference between the two is a pin or two and the CPU rotated 90 degrees. Really really want this so i dont have to spend ~$250 for a Q9650

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From the looks of it it's switching 2 pads around so that normal LGA 775 boards can properly link to it. Kinda figured that the only real difference between the two is a pin or two and the CPU rotated 90 degrees. Really really want this so i dont have to spend ~$250 for a Q9650
the Q9650 it's about $150 rite?
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