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Old 06-06-2007, 11:32 AM   #21 (permalink)
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Default Re: Asus P5N32-E nForce 680i vs P5N-E nForce 650i

Originally Posted by vernong1992 View Post
yes very true very true, but ur Tforce doesn't like high FSB's right? or is it have an issue or something, but the DS3 is totally worth looking into
My Tforce LOVES high FSB. I have seen someone have 515 FSB with it on his E6300 (3.6ghz) it wasn't stable put it posted.

However I only need around 450 FSB to keep my happy and the P5N-E that I want should be able to do that. I want a new board becuase my board doesn't support RAID, AND has a weird placement of the power connector (in the middle and it doesn't look good with a side panel) I just purchased a P5N-E open box from the egg and it will be here on friday, hopefully I got a good one but we will see. I have an offer of 70 shipped for this board already.

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