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    Can you run to £70 for a GA-890GPA-UD3H rev 2.1 posted ? It took my unlocked x2 555 to 4.2@ 1.52v. Has crossfire potential 8x8 also. Ran very well and I only had it for about 5 months.

    I'm looking to sell it now I have a sandy rig up and running.
     
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    I cant go higher as ive got a budget i need to stick too. If only my mate had made his mind up when i sold my motherboard and cpu!

    1.52v is high.
     
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    OK no worries bud. AMD chips are fine up to 1.55v with good air cooling, My Corsair A70 tamed the beast very well :) I had to run it that high as I was also running a 2.9 NB, it helped with stability.
     
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    Going to wait and see what else comes up but thanks for the offer anyway. Ive been looking around the local area too.
    Sorry i forgot to reply to your pm.
     
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    If interested I have a MSI K9N2 SLI platinum AM2+ board. Check out my FS thread for details!
     
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    Looking for an AM3 board, as will be using DDR3.
     
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    you can get one here and get free delivery
     
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    I'm selling mine next month probably; wicked board: AM3, DDR3, strong power phase and supports SLI.
     
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    I thought for £50 odd quid someone would have a decent board better than what's available at retail prices. Ill see what claylomax posts up later.
     
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    You don't think my board is decent?
     
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    it's an nvidia chipset after all...
    Nah! ok it's a really good board for 50 euro but nvidia are pretty much dead as a chipset now a days ever since AMD launch the 790fx chipset
     
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    Gigabyte 790FXTA-UD5 interest you?
     
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    Its a good board, for some reason i didn't think it was the one in your specs you where selling, i thought you where going to post up another board. Also i was just speaking in general terms about how ive only seen motherboards for retail prices.

    Great mobo, does interest me but depends on price posted.
     
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    Zombie thread revival!

    Hadn't spoken to my friend in awhile but he wants to take some old parts to make a pc for a family member. The board im looking for will replace his old shitty AM2+ board so he can use that in another pc.
    He has a Phenom II x4 955.
     
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    total bumpage
     
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    bump, still looking
     
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    Just worth mentioning; you may need to look into a 790(f)x based board to guarantee the legacy IDE. Might be able to find an M4A79XTD Evo for the price your asking.
     
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    Funny you say that as i used to own a M4A79XTD, it wasn't too shabby and id be happy if i could find one. Anything that isn't low end junk would be fine. If it where up to me i wouldn't bother with IDE since its mostly obsolete but my friend insists. I've been checking locally and on ebay, i know roughly what i may be able to get in price.
     
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    Me personally, I would look into an IDE->SATA or a bootable PCI IDE card, that way you have a broader choice of boards.
     
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    :D Good idea, i never thought of that.
     
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    Won an auction for an Asus M4A89GTD PRO/USB3 motherboard, only problem is that it is board only no accessories or even an I/O backplate. £33 inc postage tho so i was thinking i might not see another price like that for a while.
     
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    Nice find. Hoping it comes fully operational for you, awesome deal.
     
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