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I have this board....excellent board by asus asrock! The temperature on this board doesnt go up much at all when overclocking. Im overclocking my 64 3000+ chip to 2250 Mhz stock and the idle temp is 33C and full load is 49C! it's awesome...ill be getting an FX no problem once the price falls. This board supports dual channeling when using FX, supports Athlon 64s and the newer socket 754 Semprons. Has most of the standard features like SATA, 7.1 audio, and some overclocking technologies like Asrock U-COP. You can change the FSB to 300 Mhz and the multiplier is able to reach 25x, which is only for the unlocked FXes. Oh, and on top of all that, it's very affordable.
 

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Only hold back I can see on that board is the limited voltage adjustments.

No ram adjustments (unless they fixed it with a bios update)

Limited Vcore options (1.55V max, unless fixed it bios update)

other than that, it seems like a pretty sweet little deal...hella cheap too!
 

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Originally Posted by Xavier1421

Only hold back I can see on that board is the limited voltage adjustments.

No ram adjustments (unless they fixed it with a bios update)

Limited Vcore options (1.55V max, unless fixed it bios update)

other than that, it seems like a pretty sweet little deal...hella cheap too!


Yes, limited Vcore @ 1.55V....and no it hasnt been fixed in a bios update yet

but even with the limited voltage i doubt users will not have any problem reaching their OC goal....my 2Ghz chip reached about 2.4 Ghz with ease @ 1.55V, but the system stability starts to lack integrity and therefore leaving it at a stable 2.25 Ghz, but good to know that it still boots at those high FSB rates.
 
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