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Buy a mobo at MBP and get a free cpu~!

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System Name F34R T3H 0R4NG3
Processor AMD Phenom II 945
Motherboard DFI DK 790gx LP JR
Cooling Scythe Mugen II
Memory G.SKILL Trident 4GB DDR3 1600
Video Card(s) EVGA GTX260 Core216 55nm
Storage Western Digital 80gb Vraptor
Display(s) Westinghouse 19" LCD
Case Antec Mini P180 Black
Audio Device(s) Onboard :/
Power Supply Antec Signature Series 650w
Software Vista x64 SP2
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extremely tempting, especially considering how hard it is to source good 939 parts for a backup rig

I went ahead and bought the gx jr, as It'll make fitment into my desk easier. Ill repost to say if they have them in stock or not still
 
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Joined
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Messages
544 (0.15/day)
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76
Location
In a house
System Name F34R T3H 0R4NG3
Processor AMD Phenom II 945
Motherboard DFI DK 790gx LP JR
Cooling Scythe Mugen II
Memory G.SKILL Trident 4GB DDR3 1600
Video Card(s) EVGA GTX260 Core216 55nm
Storage Western Digital 80gb Vraptor
Display(s) Westinghouse 19" LCD
Case Antec Mini P180 Black
Audio Device(s) Onboard :/
Power Supply Antec Signature Series 650w
Software Vista x64 SP2
#4
just bumping this up, as I got my cpu today and the mobo last week

they're out of 6000+'s, but the cpu's come packed fairly well and both are direct from dfi. For $150, a 790gx/5800 combo is pretty damn nice for a budget build with some potential