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I was wondering if this is a good mobo to OC my 64 2800 with. The mobo i currently have is a piece of **** if you know what i mean.

 

http://www.newegg.com/app/ViewProductDesc....-131-512&depa=0

 

Oh, if not a good mobo, please link me to a good mobo between a 80-130 price range. Thanks a lot. You can look at my stats in my sig. if you need them to figure a good mobo best for me.

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Yes yes nice, but does it only support single memory when OC'ing, which i think thats what it is, but even if it does, does that make a huge impact where I wouldnt want it or go with a board that supports dual channel.

what the heck are you talking about?

 

No Socket 754 board supports Dual-Channel

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I'm with paranoid here. avoid the asus athlon 64 boards... it's just one problem after another with them

 

I've got both the 939 version of the MSI and DFI (the DFI is back off the market with more bugs to be worked out). both boards are good and solid, and oc very well. I've got a 754 version of the MSI and DFI at the store, and both have been very good boards with the latest bios (unlike asus they're fixing problems not making them worse)

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Get a chaintech VNF3-250, they are cheap and good overclockers. Reliabity seems pritty good too. I sold mine, but its still doing very well with its new owner.

 

Also, the 3000+s tend to OC noticeably better than the 2800+, still alot of C0 2800+ floating around and the 9 multiplier is a bit on the low side though it is useable.

 

This AK89 MAX I'm using shouldn't be a good overcloker, but it is.

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