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03-13-2011 06:59 PM
NoGuru
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Originally Posted by Lost One View Post
I found out after I picked up a little 631 that the best boards for them where the P35's or 965's oh well I traded a vid card I had for it so no real loss there I guess.
Asus Commando is great for P4's if you can find them.
03-13-2011 03:34 PM
Lost One
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Originally Posted by NoGuru;12714989 
That board is great for everything but P4's. It puts a voltage cap at 1.40 on them for some reason.

I found out after I picked up a little 631 that the best boards for them where the P35's or 965's oh well I traded a vid card I had for it so no real loss there I guess.
03-13-2011 08:27 AM
NoGuru
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Originally Posted by Lost One;12708785 
I'm running a EP45-UD3P with 2x1 Ballistix Tracer PC8000 D9's and have a backup set of Ballistix PC6400 D9's just in case. Hopefully they will perform well enough to get me some decent boints.
That board is great for everything but P4's. It puts a voltage cap at 1.40 on them for some reason.
03-12-2011 04:10 PM
Lost One I'm running a EP45-UD3P with 2x1 Ballistix Tracer PC8000 D9's and have a backup set of Ballistix PC6400 D9's just in case. Hopefully they will perform well enough to get me some decent boints.
03-12-2011 03:27 PM
87dtna hehe, yeah true. The Asus P5Q-E is the best bang for the buck 775 board there is though, you can get them for around $80-90 or so if you watch.

But I have no DDR2 anymore anyway, so I'd need a DDR3 board which are indeed quite more expensive to get a good one.
03-12-2011 03:25 PM
Lost One Thats to bad I was hoping to get you into this one also. Ya the cpu's are cheap the motherboard aren't so cheap anymore, well the one's worth benching with anyway.
03-12-2011 01:56 PM
87dtna No I haven't had 775 stuff for awhile now. Thats also what I used to go cold at first, cheap if it breaks to replace.
03-12-2011 01:24 PM
Lost One Seen you made a couple submissions with 775 87, still have your gear?
03-12-2011 11:59 AM
87dtna Very nice!
03-12-2011 08:08 AM
NoGuru It's a thing of beauty.
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