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  1. overclocking101

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    still need a rad! hook a brotha up! needs to be an extreme performance rad. GOD I regret selling ALL my DAMN thermochills and HW labs radiators!!! sold the all here dirt frikin cheap!!!! now I'm kicking my ass for it!! wish I could buy one back
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    Yeah of lately I've sold 3 sets of 2x2gb G.Shill PC-8500 for $75 each
    I only paid $59.99 for em..
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    I'm gunna need to pick up a reservoir and a pump eventually. Only cooling GPU and CPU and using 1/4" tubing. Budget will probably be around 80 for the both of them, though the cheaper the better. Can't pick these up until I have the money lying around. :\
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    2 x 2gb DDR3 2000 (or better) used at a low/great price plz!
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    I'm trying to find an adapter from component to DVI to hook up my PS3 to my monitor.
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    You can't do HDMI to DVI? That's how I have mine.
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    Can you go from component to DVI? I didn't think that was possible.
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    My LCD is 1600x900. Don't know if HDMI pushes it or the PS3.

    Just ordering this right now. http://www.amazon.com/dp/B000UHXHDU/?tag=tec06d-20 If for some reason it doesn't work, oh well. Now I have a 3 dollar adapter lol.
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    I am using one for my setup, my monitor is 1680x1050 though. You should be fine.
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    Count me out on the ddr3 ram FIts.
    I got trigger happy and went for the G.Skill DDR3 Cas 7 2200 4gb kit at the egg...oh well, $4 Bing bucks back, LOL...
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    My Athlon X2 5000 BE just arrived today only to find that it doesn't work on my junk Asus/HP OEM motherboard. Someone find me a cheap mATX AM2 motherboard!
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    highly recommend this one have used it myself and will have no problem clocking your 5kBE
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813128342

    I have no idea on this one other then its gigabyte and gigabyte has never let me down even the cheap ones
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813128424
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    Looking for a 5850 used? trying to trade my GTX 285 OC+ for either a 5850 or two 5770s? or maybe a 5870 according on how much money i have to add
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    I have never heard of that site before. Can you give me the quick details on that? Can't view unless registered.

    I just got a 5850, but just came from GTX 285s. If you're okay with waiting a few weeks until I get something new, I'll be selling the 5850.
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    Looking for an AMD AM2 MB with 4 SATA connectors or more that's cheap. Going to be using it for a WHS box. I am also looking for some cheap DDR2 ram for it, probably 1Gb worth. If anyone knows of a deal out there let me know. By the way, when I say cheap, I mean $35 or less for the MB and something like $10-$20 for the ram.
    Thanks.
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    Damn, hell of a price on the 5870s, they're probably gone by now. I was hoping for a bit cheaper on the 295, but I think I found him a twin 285 that he'll be happy with.

    Thanks guys.
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    I just swapped the 5000 BE for my cousin's 5600+ (which I swapped with him for his 4400+ as a favor a while ago) and it's working fine. For some very odd reason my 8400GS (G92) won't work on this motherboard though I've confirmed that the card is 100% working so I still need a cheap motherboard to hold me over, emphasis on cheap.

    Ahh the good old 785G platform... I've had 3 785G boards in the past and they're great. Unfortunately that's not what I'm looking for, I just need something that's stable and functional.

    PS - $40 is about the most I'm willing to pay and even that's stretching it.
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    can you swing the extra $5 and get the GA-M68M-S2P? that seems to be the best NEW board your going to get for that price. :ohwell:
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    I could.. but I'm not going to until I absolutely have to. I don't want to pay $45 for a board to run a GPU that I paid $13.50 for! :laugh:

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