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[WTB] Looking for a nice x38 board

Discussion in 'Buy/Sell/Trade/Giveaway Forum' started by Urbklr, Sep 6, 2008.

  1. Urbklr

    Urbklr

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    Title says it all, looking for a nice X38/X48 board...preferably ASUS, but other brands are fine...No Gigabyte thou. Looking to spend $160 shipped, can go higher to around $200 if you have a board that is really worth it. Thanks:)

    UrbKlr

    Edit: Needs to be DDR2, unless you supply the DDR3 with the board:p
    Last edited: Sep 6, 2008
  2. LiNKiN

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    Dude where were you when Sneekypeet had a basically BNIB Foxconn for 125 shipped?
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    Don't really want a Foxconn....Looking for a Maximus for now. Wicked deal thou.
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    I actually have a spare maximus formula board ...
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    Go and talk with TRT... I believe he has his Max for around $165... I believe he will do something if it's not all ready sold... I'll be checking on my board come tomorrow to see if it was a dead processor or is still what I thought. Dead Sata ports.... but I'll have to see on my end.. I'll most likely be selling it once it found out the problem, or back from RMA
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    With all original packaging?

    I'll PM him, need a good board:p...then I'll sell mine for $60.
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    Got an Asus x38 wi fi here. YGPM
    Crunching for Team TPU More than 25k PPD
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    Replied, I need a DDR2 board, sorry man.
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    Hi, I have a asus maximus formula SE, let me know if you found your board yet?
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    Have not found one yet, How much would you want for yours?
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    Jump on it...
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    that board doesn't even compare to to the maximus... just my 2c, i have had that board and sold it, and have both maximus's, extreme and formula.... love them...
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    They are nice and would be great to use, but all go over his $200 max spending...

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