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[FS/FT] High End 775 motherboards, Rampage Extreme - Biostar Tpower - GIGABYTE GA-X48-DQ6

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PRICE DROP - High End 775 mobos, Rampage Extreme - Biostar Tpower - GIG GA-X48-DQ6

New Years sale

:drink:.....:drink:


- Tpower - $175
- Gig X48 Dq6 - $175
- Asus Rampage Extreme X48 - $300





HI, Been overclocking 775 chips for the last 6 months, gonna take a break,
I have been on a hunt to find the best motherboards for overclocking 775 chips. It has taken me a long time to find these boards, yes they are expensive but if you are a REAL overclocker then you know the value, if your looking for 775 motherboard for mild overclocking or stock use, these are not for you.

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BIOSTAR TPower I45 LGA 775 Intel P45

I searched and searched for this board, i found this in Canada and it is brand new, never been fired up, i was the one that removed the heat shrink. So it's a full retail unused box

This boards holds many records on hwbot for 775 boards and is in the top 5 775 overclocking motherboards.... Usually known for high FSB's

Price $250.00 Delivered Conus







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GIGABYTE GA-X48-DQ6


I found this to be the hardest motherboard to find, All i have is the board.

This X48 board also holds a lot of records on Hwbot

Price $250.00 Delivered Conus








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ASUS Rampage Extreme LGA 775 Intel X48 ATX Intel Motherboard

This board speaks for itself, it is prob the most well know and best overclocking motherboard for 775 chips. This board is set up for watercooling with waterblocks on every spot that they could be.,
The board is in top notch shape and just waiting for the right person.

I found this board from a friend that only ran it slightly overclocked and always under water. It comes with most of the retail stuff and box, plus it will have all the watercooling stuff mounted, i will not remove them they come with that package...

This board probably holds the most records of any socket 775 motherboard on hwbot.

Price $425.00 Delivered Conus












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CORSAIR HX Series CMPSU-1000HX 1000W ATX12V 2.2 / EPS12V 2.91 SLI Ready CrossFire Ready 80 PLUS Certified Modular Active PFC Compatible with Core i7 Power Supply

This PS has served me well, jsut upgraded to a 1200W so this is up for sale, runs fine
has some scratches on it but has all cables and workes excellent!

CORSAIR HX Series CMPSU-1000HX 1000W

lists for 230 plus 13 shipping

Price SOLD Delivered Conus







Selling to get some extra Christmas money, might pull them if something else sells so move fast if your interested.

remember these are for serious overclockers.....
 
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:eek: Wow!
Isn't the Biostar TPower I45 the first/only board to hit over 700 FSB?
Any chance of shipping abroad (the PSU)?
 
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Man the Tpower I think is the best over clocking sckt775 board that came out. Wish I still had mine. If I had the funds I would grab that board in a heart beat. Good luck on your sale Viper.
 
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bump for looking
 
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How old is the PSU?
 
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I can't believe nobody has bitten on one of these boards. The Tpower is one of the top overclocking boards of it's time and is still considered one of the best today.
Bump for you Viper and good luck.
 
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