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  1. m1919

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    Nah, but I have a pair of Opteron 285s I was originally planning on using with an Asus K8N-DL, but couldn't one cheap enough.
     
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    Lol thanks :) is far though :/
     
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    Have to make sure it is the right board to support the 285's.

    Once you get it, let me know the board number. Should be an "MS7456" or something like that. Take a look at these two pictures:

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813130523

    http://www.msi.com/product/server/K8N_Master2FAR.html

    The top one from NewEgg has just a black chipset cooler. The bottom one from MSI has that gold chipset cooler. From what I have read the board with the black cooler is a later revision and supports the 285's. Even though the page on MSI has the correct drivers and info. Now I have read that a person, if you have the earlier version, can actually flash the bios with the newer version bios and be fine. Don't know for sure and once you get the board if it is the earlier version do some research.

    Biggest issue is the later version chipset cooler is frigging garbage. That is what is out on mine.

    Also keep in mind that a user has to have a power supply that should have the 8 pin motherboard AND the 4 pin motherboard. I am actually going to use and older 1000 watt Ultra that has both. If your power supply doesn't have one you can get the dual 4 pin molex to 8 pin CPU conversion adapter.
     
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    Ebay listing had a stock picture from newegg showing the MS-9620-020 which apparently is the later version that supports 285s, but the model number showed MS-9620-010. Guess I'll have to wait and see what it actually is when I receive it. Hoping it's the later version.
     
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    By golly I will man. I will be curious to see what benchies it throws up myself. LOL

    I have a Cooler Master HAF 932 AMD edition case and I think I am going to put it in that puppy. I haven't had a system in that awesome case in a couple of years.
    That would look pretty cool I think, seeing as it has the huge side window. LOL
     
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    wooohooohooo!!!! today is a great day!

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    aaannnddd : brand new + Factory sealed
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    I havn't been much in the forum lately, so, which cooler will you use for the A64? I'm asking, because I've made the experience that the heatspreaders of all A64 I used were massivly convex.

    WLP-Abdruck 450.jpg

    I always cut down the heatspreader. It's the only method (if you haven't a cooler that fits) that is really save (and it brings a few degrees).
     
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    oh i have no mobo for it i just brought it because it was at a merely 10chf end of bid price and because its brand new and still sealed as a bonus for my cpu collection :D
     
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    Ah, ok ;).
     
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    i have to wait till i get it at home :D these pics are from the seller, more closeup sexy shot once at home ;)
     
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    If find it sexy you really need to get a girlfriend :p

    It could be a socket 754 or a AM2.
     
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    A post for the smaller ones. They have served, too.



    ATI 3D Charger 1200 02.JPG 0 - ATI 3D Charger 1200 01.jpg

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    ATI Rage 128 1200 02.jpg 0 - ATI Rage 128 1200 01.jpg

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    ATI Win Charger - Mach 64 1200 02.jpg 0 - ATI Win Charger 1200 01.jpg

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    z - ATI 264VT2 - Mach64 VT - GPU 600.JPG z - ATI Rage 3D Pro AGP 2x - GPU 600.JPG z - ATI Rage 128 - GPU (KK) 600.jpg z - ATI Rage II +DVD - WinCharger - GPU 600.JPG

    z - ATI Rage IIC - XPert 98 - GPU 600.JPG z - ATI Rage Pro Turpo AGP - GPU 600.JPG z - ATI Rage XL - GPU 600.JPG
     
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    I had all of them except the first one :)
     
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    I have none of them but I do have a Rage 128 pro full retailed boxed with all it accessories.
     
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    - one item finally arrived :D
    - only one item arrived :cry:
    well that's me right now ^^:rolleyes:
    [​IMG]
     
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    Pics or it didn't happen! :laugh:


    Ah, sweet! One of the awesome 939 3800 dual cores! That was probably my all time favorite chip! Had one along with a DFI lanparty board that overclocked like a mad dog. Still have a 3800 chip just not the one I originally had.
     
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    LOL here is a pic of the gpu. I will post a pic of the box as soon as I retrieve it from storage.


    [​IMG]
     
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    Nice.
    I have the 4200+ version of this chip core model and it's a great chip in itself.
     
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    Ah, the classic 3D Rage Pro AGP2x, I had the same card on my P2-400 PC years ago :toast:

    Have to say that when I upgraded that to GF2 MX, it felt like a whole new PC :D
     
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    I remember I had a Rage IIC AGP on my old P2-233 (or 266?)on a ASUS P2L97.Wasn't the best card,but it could run Abe's Oddysee and Abe's Exoddus.
     
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    Great games, I had them on Playstation when I was a kid. Too damn hard though, even today when I tested those on PS1 emulator. :D
     
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    No problem,I still own 2 Playstations both modded,because where I live I can't find any original PS1 disc.
     
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