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LORD-eX-Bu
12-20-06, 11:43 AM
just thought I'd share:rofl

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Got it at buy.com for $229 after Google Checkout... I would have gone for another brand but I like Evga and it is the least expensive out there:rofl

Hope it goes well with my e6700:D

zerobeta
12-20-06, 05:37 PM
Let us know how it goes

I read about problems about the 680i chipset, I don't know wether its known if its software or hardware already

LORD-eX-Bu
12-20-06, 06:09 PM
well, I haven't purchased any X-Fi boards... gonna run at stock fsb as well and I'm using a thermaltake big typhoon so hopefully I won't have any problems:D

TiKiMaN1
12-20-06, 06:33 PM
-LORD-eX-Bu']

Hope it goes well with my e6700:D

:tiki: E6700 Tiki Edition no less.:D

LORD-eX-Bu
12-20-06, 07:32 PM
rofl you should design a case badge:lol:

RussianHAXOR
12-22-06, 02:46 PM
Just make sure that you install the P23 Bios when you can... i posted it.

LORD-eX-Bu
12-22-06, 11:32 PM
omg... buy.com is the greatest. First of all great price... then free shipping across the united states... ordered day before yesterday and its already here and installed in my system:D :D

john19055
12-23-06, 06:03 PM
The P21 bios took care of the problems with the sound card problems ,the P23 bios is supposed to take care of the SATA errors you get when running high ram frequency like above 1000mhz,but if you run 800mhz or below the p21 bios works fine,I had problems with the P23 bios after I flashed to it ,I could'nt run my memory with tight timeings no more and the P23 bios raises your refresh rate on your memory,I switch back to the P21 and everthing is working good like it was before I flashed to P23,since I do not run my memory no higher then 800mhz ,I do not get them SATA errors.