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May 14, 2011 8:16:12 AM

Hi guys, asking what to change in this build, budget is only about 350 pounds or 560 bucks.

M25664BA133
Crucial Rendition 2GB DDR3 1333 DIMM CL9 240-PIN 256Mx64 PC3-10600 (Bulk)
Pristatymas: 2-3 d.d.
54.99Lt 109.98Lt
WD5000AAKX
WD CAVIAR BLUE 500GB 3.5" SATA3 7.2K 16M
Pristatymas: 2-3 d.d.
117.00Lt 117.00Lt
AD-5260S-0B
OPTI 5260S DL DVDRW 24X BLACK SATA
Pristatymas: Teirautis
50.49Lt 50.49Lt
IT-STARTER04
Chassis INTER-TECH IT-Starter 04 Midi Tower, ATX , 7 slots, 2xUSB2.0, audio, Steel, PSU installed Internal 500W, Black
Pristatymas: 2-3 d.d.
125.00Lt 125.00Lt
GA-870A-USB3
MB AMD 870/SB850 SAM3 ATX/GA-870A-USB3L GIGA-BYTE
Pristatymas: 2-3 d.d.
245.00Lt 245.00Lt
HDZ955FBGMBO
AMD PHENOM II X4 955 BLACK EDITION
Pristatymas: 2-3 d.d.
331.00Lt 331.00Lt
EAH5770 CUCO
ASUS HD5770 CUCORE PCIE 1G DVI/VGA/HDMI
Pristatymas: 2-3 d.d.
357.00Lt 357.00Lt

Suma: 1,335.47Lt

sorry price is in Lithuanian litas, because I live here. Also what is one of the cheapest am3+ MB? I know mine MB have am3+ socket then update bios or smthg like that also has 101 pins I think, but it will fully suport buldozer or not? sorry for very stupid questions, I 'm very noobish about pc :lol: 

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May 14, 2011 8:30:30 AM

No one can say for certain that your chosen MB will or will not support as of yet unreleased Bulldozer CPUs, including after a BIOS update...

But if it is possible, I'd expect Gigabyte and Asus to be among the first to succeed.
May 14, 2011 6:23:33 PM

mdd1963 said:
No one can say for certain that your chosen MB will or will not support as of yet unreleased Bulldozer CPUs, including after a BIOS update...

But if it is possible, I'd expect Gigabyte and Asus to be among the first to succeed.


Actually, you can say for certain.

The AM3+ Mobos have a black socket and the 890/870 chipsets will and can support bulldozer. Essentially a modified AM3 socket.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Socket_AM3
http://www.techpowerup.com/144725/ASRock-Uses-Real-AM3+...
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