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    [WTB][US] Phenom II x4 - AM2 compatible

    Looking to breathe a little more life into an aging AM2 system still running an Athlon x2 4200, on an Asus m2n-sli deluxe board. Asus' site states that the 820, 905e, 910e, 925, and 945 are supported. After doing a bit more research, looks like there are some people out there able to get some...
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    Which monitor?

    So, I've been looking at monitors for bit now and have decided to take the plunge and purchase a large widescreen monitor. I had some requirements in mind, such as 1920x1080 resolution, >22" display, and an HDMI input (for my xbox/ps3) I had narrowed down my choice to this, was waiting for...
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    [WTB][US] AM2 retention bracket for HSF

    So yeah, I woke up to my PC shut down and my arctic cooler64 chillin on top of video card this morning... one of the tabs for my am2 bracket snapped off in the middle of the night. Need to buy replacement bracket and need it shipped ASAP since I don't have a backup rig, and I'm PC-less right...
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    Help with Samsung DLP TV

    I know this isn't technically computer related, but I'm in need of some assistance. Ok, so, earlier today, I turned on the TV to play some Gears of War, and noticed that there were black scan lines (?) running vertical across the left side of the screen. It was on every input, so it made me...
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    RAM temps

    Hey guys, though someone could help me out with a quick question. I've got a set of G Skill ddr2-800 RAM, and was wondering if 2.2v would be a safe voltage to run them at. Right now, they seem stable running 4-4-4-12 @434mhz at 2.2v on a quick 30-35 minute memtest86 run Before, I couldn't...
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    Athlon X2 4200 voltages

    Ok, so I tried to find some articles on safe voltages for my processor, found some people say between 1.30 and 1.35. So, to clear up anything, I raised the CPU voltage through my BIOS to 1.400 (Asus m2n-sli deluxe) and rebooted. Now, in Windows, I opened up the asus booster tool that came...
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