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    [FS/FT] maximus

    You have another PM.
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    The Conroe865PE thread... for AGP users... stock and mod

    Progress is always welcomed. So the re-install of Windows, after the clearing of the BIOS and changing the jumper for the CPU, is all what it took to allow you to get into Windows?
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    The Conroe865PE thread... for AGP users... stock and mod

    What memory divider are you using and which specific modules do you have? If generic modules, please show a pic of the ICs. You stated in an earlier post that they were DDR400 which would be spec'ed for 200 MHz but you're trying to boot at 270 & 275 so I'm just asking. Also, are you trying this...
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    The Conroe865PE thread... for AGP users... stock and mod

    Updating the BIOS sounds like a logical thing to do. If you haven't done so already, I'd pull the CMOS battery out for a little while just to be sure everything resets back to default before doing the update.
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    [FS][EU] 990fx Motherboard, 8350 and DDR3 Bundle - Asus 390 Strix

    Mine is actually a combination of my real life name and a spoof of that movie. Originated back around the mid 70s, but from fast motorcycles and my reckless ways on them as a young man. :)
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    [FS] Intel I7 2600K / ASROCK Extreme 4 / CORSAIR Vengeance 8GB (2 x 4GB) FREE SHIPPING

    Couple of quick questions...first, is that one, or two pairs of 2x4GB Corsair for the $75? Looks like two kits in the pics. Secondly, what are the specs for the ram?
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    Cheap DDR3 Capable of 2000MHz+

    @MrGenius , it occurred to me that you've shorted the overclock % of the Team 2666 kit just a tad. :) Looking back at the TB screen from your post #27 it shows that those Hynix MFR are really a DDR3-1333 part, exactly like the Samsung HCH9 are a 1333 part. The only difference is that Team has...
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    The Conroe865PE thread... for AGP users... stock and mod

    I would think that any PSU of around 500W should be more than enough for those parts, however, the board has a 20-pin connector so make sure that you get one with a 20+4 plug, or you'll need a 24 to 20 pin adapter. As Pota suggested, Seanonic makes good units so you won't go wrong going that...
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    [WTB] Ddr3 1333 found (closed)

    How much are you looking for and what capacity (2x2GB, or 4x4GB, etc.)?
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    [FS][EU] 990fx Motherboard, 8350 and DDR3 Bundle - Asus 390 Strix

    Bump for you 'cause when I saw your nick I wondered if we were related. :)
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