|goingpostale1 ||26th February 2006 21:46 |
Picking a great, cheap overclocking mobo (939,NF4)
I'm going to upgrading to 939 to OC, I need a motherboard with 4 DDR DIMM slots, 1 PCI express slot, and be able to OC most venice cores (1.35/1.4V) chip to 2.7-3 Ghz. Any help is appriciated.
|Sidney ||26th February 2006 22:49 |
be able to OC most venice cores (1.35/1.4V) chip to 2.7-3 Ghz.
This is harder to find; if you do have one please let me know. Price is unimportant to me;)
|goingpostale1 ||27th February 2006 10:54 |
Thats what I'm shooting for :P, but I want a mobo that wont limit my chips OC potential. I've heard of some real stability issues with the ATI 200 series chipset. Most of it was crossfire related, but I will be using a 7800 GT with the mobo. So no it doesnt have to be NF4, but it does have to be stable.
|goingpostale1 ||27th February 2006 11:03 |
Ohhhh what I meant was that was the specific type of chip I'd be using. And the speeds of 2.7-3 Ghz are what I'm going for. Sorry wasn't paying attention to what I was implying. Yeah I would be interested in one too :P.
|goingpostale1 ||27th February 2006 11:25 |
Well if I'm looking at the $100 range I might as well get a great motherboard. I was hoping there is mobo similar in value (Overclocking and Price) to my old Shuttle An-35 Nforce 2 Ultra. Not to say that isnt a good mobo, I would just take something full featued for $100.
|jmke ||27th February 2006 11:27 |
that DFI ATI board seems to go like hell, I'm getting one myself, it's compact and yet offers all the features one could want,
it's also priced at $100
|goingpostale1 ||27th February 2006 11:32 |
Well, let me know when you get it I can wait until then
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