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    SG Enthusiast Duzmor's Avatar
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    New Motherboard Asus A7n8x

    I just spent some Money I bought the Asus A7n8x Board with 2 sticks of Corsair XMS 256mb 32 mx8 Pc-3200 C2 - and 1 Tube of Artic Silver 3 - $402.00 At Newegg

    Thanks for all the Help with The Motherboard and RAM guys

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    Congrats!

    Glad that you got some good stuff, if you have some time definately post some benchs for us please!
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    Thumbs up Re: Congrats!

    Originally posted by terrancelam
    Glad that you got some good stuff, if you have some time definately post some benchs for us please!
    Will Do !!! The only thing that is going to be hard is droping a ThermalRight AX-7 HeatSink On the Board - The socket is real Tight !!!!

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    from what i have heard this board has a pci lock and that means you shouldnt have any problems putting that fsb over 200 mhz. you will need a bios flash so that you can choose speeds over 200mhz
    Will Work For FSB

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