Athlon I 7750, MA78GM-US2H matx mobo (cheap htpc parts)
:clap:SOLD to C.A.Nnon:clap:
Hey guys, got some stuff to sell here... bought them at ncix (combo deal) in June, both very lightly used. Always used in a smoke free, pet free, idiot free, humidity free and (almost) dust free environment. You won't find any dust on the mobo unless you use an electronic microscope:thumb:
I'm shipping from Toronto Ontario, and Toronto-nians can pick up at scarboro. Payment in cash (local) or EMT preferred, paypal only if your bank doesn't do emt. Buyer pays shipping.
First up, Athlon 7750 BE, 65nm, k10, 1.8ghz HT, based on phenom I die with 2 disabled cores. I've used it modestly, I bumped to multi up to 15x just to see if those claims of 3.0ghz with no vcore change was true, and yes it was. Never overvolted, never abused. Comes with everything it came with, plus a bit of TIM residue and minus the stock TIM on the back of hsf.
Second up, a mATX gigabyte mobo, MA78GM-US2H. I removed the NB and SB heatsinks to apply AS5 and remove the silly Gigabyte badge (I still have the badge incase you still want it). 780G chipset with HD3200, Gigabyte says it plays 1080p very nicely.
Both for $120-Pending to C.A.Nnon
Thanks for looking:canadianwave:
I pm'd first muahahahahahah!
Pender backed out, back to the top:whistle:
sucks the pender backed out i had payment ready.
bought this exact combo from NCIX when it was onsale!
Mine overclocks to 3.4ghz at 1.44V, not bad from 2.7ghz stock!
Reliable board to whom ever gets this!
thanks for the bump lol:haha: thought my thread was gonna die... it's still for sale btw
did a quick google and found out that people actually go up to 1.55vcore on these...:shok:
really? Hmm....more overclocking in my future then I believe :P
yea when you get in the to extremely high voltages, it doesn't really make much of a difference theoretically... at least according to this fancy mathematical graph that I looked at which barely made sense to me... so basically a '0' is a low voltage, while a '1' is a high voltage, and with higher frequency, the chip has less time to switch between the 2 voltages, so 0's and 1's are misread. By increasing the '1' voltage, it can be read before it even reaches the set vcore in bios, so it registers and the system is stable. It's an exponential effect, so square root the vcore increase and that's how much more stable your system will get, so it's not a linear relationship... not sure if that made sense at all lol :p
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