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  1. Image is a screenshot from the MSI livestream for new B550 boards. There are no pins of the DIMM slots visible on the back of the board. Does anyone have an expert opinion on this (extra costs, benefits) ? As far as have seen, it is the only AM4 board with this feature. The Crosshair Impact and X570I Aorus do not have it.
  2. Hello everyone. Up for sale you'll find lots of hardware that I don't need anymore, due to space & time limitations. Everything is located in Greece, prices do not include shipping. Payment via IBAN banktransfer or Paypal, buyer covers transaction fees. Will do better prices for people who purchase multiple items. #4 DFI X48 T2RS + original BOX with most bundle + I/O Shield + 2x1GB Kingston HyperX DDR2 1066MHz + Core 2 Duo Ε8500 C0 - SOLD Bought the board for DDR2 testing 3 years ago. Seems to be picky with RAM but works flawlessly. Spent an afternoon with it then returned it back to its box. Pic 1, Pic 2. #10 4 x ATI Radeon HD 4770 - 55€ as a bundle Tested all of them with 3D Mark Vantage, still working flawlessly. None of them are modded, none of them have seen any cold. I've benched all of them in early 2017, look at my profile for results. 4-Way CF was a pain in the ass driver-wise, it was fun times though because the only other person who has benched 4-Way with 'em was riska. #1 ASUS P5E3 Deluxe X38 + I/O Shield + Core 2 Duo E6320 - 50€ Pretty much my go to S775 board for all initial testing. Never flashed it with the P5E3 Premium X48 bios. I've thrown in an E6320 I bought from XtremeAddict in the past as a socket protector, CPU works but I have no idea if it's a good one or not. #6 ASRock 4CoreDual-SATA2 + Pentium 4 630 + 2x2GB DDR2 - 40€ The board is in very good condition, never seen any cold, only used a few times on air to test some of my AGP cards. Does not come with original box, but includes a few bundle items along with a High Speed USB card and the I/O Shield. Pic 1, Pic 2 If you buy it along with the following working AGP cards (GeForce FX5700LE 256MB AGP, NVIDIA RIVA TNT2 M64 32MB AGP, 6200 AGP 256MB GDDR2 and Sapphire 3850 AGP 512MB) the package price is 90€. None of the cards, including the pricey 3850, have seen any cold. If you only want the VGAs, I'll sell them as a bundle only for 60€. #12 This is my personal S478 Pentium, Celeron & Celeron D collection of CPUs, gathered throughout the years. I've spent so much time on this socket but it's getting increasingly hard to find good motherboards nowadays, so I'm moving on. All in all there are 53 of them, all working, and are of course sold as a bundle. If I have more than one pcs for a specific model, I mention it on the right of the description below. Looking for 150€ for the S478 lot. I'll include a custom waterblock as a gift. In this picture you can see both trays of CPUs + the remaining 5 of them on top (53 in total). Celeron 1.7GHz 400MHz FSB Willamette-128 SL68C 2pcs Celeron 1.7GHz 400MHz FSB Willamette-128 SL69Z Celeron 2.0GHz 400MHz FSB Northwood-128 SL6VY Celeron 2.0GHz 400MHz FSB Northwood-128 SL6SW Celeron 2.3GHz 400MHz FSB Northwood-128 SL6XJ Celeron 2.6GHz 400MHz FSB Northwood-128 SL6VT 2pcs Celeron 2.8GHz 400MHz FSB Northwood-128 SL77V Celeron 2.8GHz 400MHz FSB Northwood-128 SL77T Celeron D 315 2.26GHz 533MHz FSB Prescott-256 SL87K 2pcs Celeron D 315 2.26GHz 533MHz FSB Prescott-256 SL7WS Celeron D 320 2.40GHz 533MHz FSB Prescott-256 SL7KX 2pcs Celeron D 320 2.40GHz 533MHz FSB Prescott-256 SL8HJ Celeron D 320 2.40GHz 533MHz FSB Prescott-256 SL7C4 Celeron D 320 2.40GHz 533MHz FSB Prescott-256 SL87J 4pcs Celeron D 325 2.53GHz 533MHz FSB Prescott-256 SL7C5 2pcs Celeron D 325 2.53GHz 533MHz FSB Prescott-256 SL7NU 4pcs Celeron D 325 2.53GHz 533MHz FSB Prescott-256 SL7ND Celeron D 330 2.66GHz 533MHz FSB Prescott-256 SL7DL Pentium 4 1.6GHz 400MHz FSB Willamette SL5VH 2pcs Pentium 4 1.7GHz 400MHz FSB Willamette SL5TK 3pcs Pentium 4 1.7GHz 400MHz FSB Willamette SL5UG Pentium 4 1.8GHz 400MHz FSB Northwood SL63X Pentium 4 1.9GHz 400MHz FSB Willamette SL5WG Pentium 4 2.0GHz 400MHz FSB Northwood SL66R Pentium 4 2.26GHz 533MHz FSB Northwood SL6RY Pentium 4 2.26GHz 533MHz FSB Northwood SL67Y Pentium 4 2.4GHz 400MHz FSB Northwood SL6S9 Pentium 4 2.4GHz 400MHz FSB Northwood SL67R Pentium 4 2.4GHz 533MHz FSB Northwood SL6PC Pentium 4 2.4GHz 800MHz FSB Northwood SL6WF Pentium 4 2.53GHz 533MHz FSB Northwood SL6S2 2pcs Pentium 4 2.6GHz 800MHz FSB Northwood SL6WS Pentium 4 2.6GHz 800MHz FSB Northwood SL6WH Pentium 4 2.66GHz 533MHz FSB Northwood SL6QA Pentium 4 2.8GHz 533MHz FSB Northwood SL6QB Pentium 4 3.0GHz 800MHz FSB Northwood SL6WK Pentium 4 3.2GHz 800MHz FSB Prescott SL7E5 2pcs #1 ASRock Z170 OC Formula. Comes in excellent condition, original box with several bundle items as you can see in the pictures. Bought the board from TAGG back in April '19, tested it literally for less than 5 hours on AiO cooling, along with a new Pentium G4560 and then returned both back to their boxes. Misses the extra 4-pin plastic for extra CPU power (was bought this way) but works flawlessly. SOLD Pic 1, pic 2 #3 P5E3 Premium/WiFi-AP @n X48 boxed NEW + Pentium E2140 - SOLD Bought it in 2008, opened it but then returned it back to its box because I still hadn't bought a CPU. A year later I got my first REX and completely forgot about the Premium. Five days ago I put in an E2140 from XtremeAddict and booted up the board just to see if it works after all these years, out of curiosity. Mint condition with full bundle and accessories. Thought of keeping it as a collector's item, but I prefer selling it to someone who'll put it to good use. I left the E2140 in the socket as a gift. Pic 1, pic 2, pic 3, pic 4. #5 Aopen i45GMt-HR ITX + T3500 + Τ5800 + I/O Shield + 2x2GB DDR2 So-DIMM - SOLD (reserved for GRIFF) Mint condition, works perfectly. I've noticed it's one of the boards that a few overclockers here in hwbot have used to overclock Penryn mobile CPUs. Needs lots of mods in order to accomplish such a thing, maybe someone else can embark on this adventure. #7 2 x 8GB Galax Hall of Fame 4000MHz DDR4 A1 revision B-Die - SOLD Bought them in April '19 for 220€+shipping and only used them for a few hours along with the Z170 OC Formula and the G4560. Never seen any cold. I'm not familiar with DDR4 memory as it was my first and only B-Die purchase, didn't mess with 2nd/3rd subtimings and easily got them to work at 1850MHz 12-11-11-28 1T @ 1.93V as you can see here. #8 2 x 1GB OCZ FlexXLC PC2-9200 OCZ2FX11502GK - SOLD Working perfectly. Bought them as a backup DDR2 kit but nevered bothered to test them since my good D9GKX Cellshocks are still working perfectly. #9 DDR1 lot. Tested all of them on my last working P4C800 in 2018, they all worked back then. No idea for max clocks because most of the time I was using my trusty old Mushkin Level II. The bottom 3 right unlabeled BH5 were purchased from knopfelbruce in 2010 but I've never ever seen if they post. SOLD 2 x 256MB TwinMOS PC3200 CL2.5 BH5 2 x 256MB Kingston HyperX KHX2700/256 BH5 2 x 512MB Kingston HyperX KHX3200ULK2/1G TCCD 1 x CMX512-3200C2 v1.1 BH5 3 x UNTESTED BH5 DIMMs bought from knopfelbruce in 2010 1 x CMX512-3200C2 xms3202v5.2 ProMOS 2 x 512MB OCZ Premier OCZ4001024PDC-K 2.5-3-3-7 Don't know ICs #11 Athlon 64 X2 3600+ 1.9GHz AM2 AD03600IAA5DD and Athlon 64 X2 4200+ 2.2GHz AM2 AD04200IAA5CU - SOLD Bought them many years ago to test my AM2NF3-VSTA. Only worked on air-cooling for testing, no idea for max clocks etc. You can see the CPUs here, bottom left corner. Thank you for the space Hwbot
  3. Looking for 2x8gb Galax OC Lab 2017 version. Preferably in good comestic condition. Ship to the UK. Many thanks!
  4. Hola, up for sale are two waza capable DDR4 B-die kits. Please note that due to my own mistake(I sold my better imc cpus too early) I had to test these on an imc not capable of 12-11 spi32m above 4k, so please read the description carefully 1. 2x8GB G.Skill TridentZ DDR4-4133 C19-21-21-41 1,35v Datecode 1803, Samsung B-die, tested for 4190 12-11-11-28 tight geekbench 2,17v and 4133 12-12-12-28 spi 32m waza 2,14v on apex x. The kit should be easily capable to run this at 12-11 but even with pretested other kits I have, I cannot do a run above 4000 at 12-11. Includes original packaging 2. 2x8GB Corsair Vengenace LPX DDR4-3600 C18-19-19-39 1,35v Used at daily driver for a while, I now tested it for oc and it is capable of 4133 12-11-11-28 tight 2,08v geekbench and 4150 12-12, waza Spi 32m at 4100 12-12-12-28 220 2,07v no problem, not minmized on volts. 4133 will be hard to do on air, and imho 12=12 is needed for 32m, different from my impression on kit 1. Includes box with fan Prices 1. 300 Euros+shippig sold 2. 240 Euros+shipping Payment is possible with paypal (buyer covers fees or gift) or bank transfer. Shipping with dhl at eu is around 15 Euros, deutsche Post worldwide should be around the same.
  5. Having done a little benching with X99, I was wondering if someone might be able to advise a good set of ram for just benching with? I currently have some E Die G Skill that I have used in both Z170 and X99 which I was quite pleased with (as it was a quad kit) but I was wondering in the light of this B Die ram, is that the best bet or better bet for X99? I'm also after a 32Gb kit for gaming with, but I'm guessing anything would be good enough for a daily rig? Thanks in advance
  6. 4 binned sticks of Kingston Fury 2666C15. They originate from different 4x4GB kits, one stick is out of a 2x4GB kit. They run 3250C12 at 1.65V Since people asked about C11 the last time - they do 3150C11 easy, 3175C11 passes after playing with VDIMM a little bit. And some low volt testing 3333C15 1.385V 165 Euro + shipping. Item location: Germany. Tracked shipping to Europe should be 5.60 Euro with Deutsche Post / with DHL: 10.99 Euro registered with 50 Euro insurance / 13.99 Euro with 500 Euro insurance. Private sale, no returns, no warranty. Overclocking results may vary, but were achieved as mentioned on my system. Payment via IBAN or Paypal, buyer either covers fees or sends via friends&family.
  7. Ordered myself a set of Team Xtreem 3866mhz ddr4 with samsung IC's but i keep reading/seeing about AFR's, are these Hynix based kits and are they available retail and in what form?? Just wondering if i made the right choice, thoughts??
  8. Getting rid of a lot of mid to high end kits I have lying around. All prices in USD, shipping included. Shipping to US48 only. PayPal only. 1. G.Skill Ripjaws Z 4x4GB DDR3-2400C9 Samsung HYK0-based kit. Binned the sticks individually for 2800C9 and they range from 1.95v to 2.10v (I put a piece of tape on each stick with the voltage needed written on it). $150 shipped. 2. G.Skill Ripjaws 4 4x4GB DDR4-3300C16 Hynix-MFR based kit, bought these when I went crazy binning for 3200C11. One stick can boot 3200C11 1.85v but not stable enough to bench. Strong retail sticks otherwise. These are no longer in production. $375 shipped. 3. Kingston HyperX Predator 4x4GB DDR4-2666C13 (three kits) More MFR-based DDR4 kits I bought binning for 3200C11. None could do that high but all could do 3200C12 1.7~1.75v. $125 shipped each. 4. Corsair Dominator Platinum 4x4GB DDR4-3000C14 Last MFR-based kit. I bought one kit of these and found two sticks could bench 3200C11 so I bought this kit hoping for two more sticks but only one in this set can boot 3200C11 and isn't stable enough to bench. Other than that, like the 3300 Ripjaws, these are very strong retail sticks. $325 shipped.
  9. 4 binned sticks of Kingston Fury 2666C15. They originate from different 2x4GB kits, one stick is out of a 16GB kit - packaged in 2 2x4GB blisters. In 4x4 configuration they run 32M 3200C12 tCWL 9 at 1.625V on RVE. They're quite even, run individually they pass 32M between 1.595V and 1.610V. Any other stuff I could find on my desktop passes with said voltage as well but scores best at 1.65V. 3100C11@1.74V 160 Euro + shipping. Item location: Germany. Shipping to Europe should be 10.99 Euro registered with 50 Euro insurance / 13.99 Euro with 500 Euro insurance. Private sale, no returns, no warranty. Overclocking results may vary, but were achieved as mentioned on my system. Payment via IBAN or Paypal, buyer either covers fees or sends via friends&family.
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