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E5200 overclocking board

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January 12, 2009 7:24:28 PM

Ok i have had a rough time trying to figure out which chip to go for and have made a choice for my budget of the e5200 but i have now come up against a wall as to which mother board,

nep 2

Gigabyte EP43-DS3l

all a bit to much so if someone can come up with a stable board that can handle overclocking this chip well and is not micro can you please post, looking around £45 also if you now a good graphic card for about £60 again let me now as this is all driving me mad thanks if you can
January 12, 2009 8:17:59 PM

how dose this sound GigaByte P35-S3G LGA775, DDR2, SATA2, GBLan, 5.1Snd, ATX

February 2, 2009 12:49:49 PM

Yeh I am struggling too on my choice for a motherboard myself ...... thread resurrection but for a good cause .... I wanted a motherboard that was around $112 Canadian and have been trying to choose between various boards on NCIX as I have enough points for free shipping with them. The E5200 is a nice value I guess at $88 but coming up with a board for it that will help take advantage of what this oc'er has to offer has been tough to pin down especially in the price range I am looking at. I am beginning to wonder if I should just scrap this whole plan and go with a lesser cpu from AMD for around $70
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February 2, 2009 10:08:31 PM

I'm thinking of doing a super cheep upgrade. It looks like the E5200 will do 266 FSB thats almost 3 gig without any volt increse so any board that will let you run it at 1066 will get you a lot for your money. I'm also looking at the AMD BE2350 at $37. It seems to clock up 2.8 or 2.9 so it's probly the best bang for my buck.
May 10, 2009 7:54:43 PM

If you can find an older Gigabyte 965P DS3 Rev3.3 it will let the e5200 roll after a F14 beta flash .. this board allows me 3.87Ghz @ 1240fsb 100% stable at 1.36v .. here is the cpu-z link for the settings.
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