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Thread: socket 939 motherboard [wanted]

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    Hi,

    I am looking for a socket 939 motherboard. Does any one have one they willing to sell??

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    i don't have one as mine just broke however i have two 939 CPUs spare, gigabyte cooler and 2gb of RAM....

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    Well I see you're in South Africa too, so should be just down the road from me.
    I've got one of these for sale http://usa.asus.com/Product.aspx?P_ID=DzbA8hgqchMBOVRz

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    I have a couple of spare Gigabyte socket 939's, with or without CPU's - will check them later and post the details for you...
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    I'm in durbs ... but will be up in jhb for easter ... so if any are available, would really be great ...
    rorzor ... how much you asking for that asus board??

    politicallycorrect - y do u have 2 cpus?? and no board??

    echoza - thanks but I am looking for a 939 board as I mine blew/died a few weeks ago and I want to fix it and keep as a backup/download PC

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    If this was one month back I would have had a old 939 ECS I could not found a cpu for.
    Last edited by Rock Bottom Computers; 09-04-2011 at 01:42 AM.

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    Well I had the one CPU (single core) then the price of dual cores dropped a lot about a year or two later so I bought a dual core as an upgrade. The board died of old age sadly

    Quote Originally Posted by lucifir View Post
    I'm in durbs ... but will be up in jhb for easter ... so if any are available, would really be great ...
    rorzor ... how much you asking for that asus board??

    politicallycorrect - y do u have 2 cpus?? and no board??

    echoza - thanks but I am looking for a 939 board as I mine blew/died a few weeks ago and I want to fix it and keep as a backup/download PC

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    Ok, the 939's I have at the moment are as follows:
    - Gigabyte GA-K8NS Ultra 939 - worked fine but has been standing unused the last 8 months - caps look fine
    - Sapphire Pure Element PE-A9RS482M
    - Gigabyte GA-K8NXP-SLI - 2 caps starting to bulge, but board working
    - Gigabyte GA-K8NXP-9 - caps look fine - SOLD

    I also have these older boards lying around:
    - GA-K8N Pro - Socket 754
    - Gigabyte GA-7VRXP (rev 2.0) - Socket A
    - MSI K7N2 - Socket A

    If you need the CPU's and RAM, let me know...
    Last edited by howardb; 03-05-2011 at 02:36 PM. Reason: Board sold
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    Quote Originally Posted by howardb View Post
    Ok, the 939's I have at the moment are as follows:
    - Gigabyte GA-K8NS Ultra 939 - worked fine but has been standing unused the last 8 months - caps look fine
    - Gigabyte GA-K8NXP-9 - caps look fine
    I have one of the above, not sure which one but it still runs fine after all these years so I will give it a thumbs up.
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    Anybody know if there are any 939 boards out there that supports ddr2 ram? My guess is no, which is really crappy as i have a Asus A8N SLI Premium board with an AMD Athlon 64 X2 4800+ cpu... all the makings of a lekker machine,but... takes DDR400 ram.
    Would love to transfer the cpu to a board that supports ddr2...possible?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rannb View Post
    Anybody know if there are any 939 boards out there that supports ddr2 ram? My guess is no, which is really crappy as i have a Asus A8N SLI Premium board with an AMD Athlon 64 X2 4800+ cpu... all the makings of a lekker machine,but... takes DDR400 ram.
    Would love to transfer the cpu to a board that supports ddr2...possible?
    Apparently DDR2 RAM doesn't make much of a difference on the old 939 chips so AMD never goo DDR 2 with socket 939.
    Nothing....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fox1 View Post
    Apparently DDR2 RAM doesn't make much of a difference on the old 939 chips so AMD never goo DDR 2 with socket 939.
    Sucks tho, cos cost wise ddr400 prices are ridiculous!...

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    Rannb ... howardb says he has some ram ... y not check with him??
    I have 4 x1GB sticks .... and may part with 2 down the line, once I decide what OS I am going to use, so will let u know in a month if u still interested

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    @ Rannb
    It so happens that I have a few sets of the following DDR400 memory modules available (all came from recent motherboard upgrades listed earlier in this thread - my own personal PC's).
    Although I'm not going to "give them away", I'll consider reasonable offers to offset some of the costs of the recent upgrades I did.

    All the modules listed below carry the relevant manufacturer's lifetime warranty...

    - 4 modules of (2 matched pairs): Kingston Hyper-X KHX3200K2/2G with heatsinks, 2x matched 1GB 400MHz, DDR400, 184-pin, Non-ECC, CL2.5, 2.6v, Latency: 2.5-3-3-7-1 - reseller pricing is about R399 per module plus VAT

    - 4 modules of: Kingmax MPXC22F-D8KT4B DDR-400, 4x 512MB 400MHz, DDR400, 184-pin, Non-ECC, CL3, 2.5v, Latency: 3-4-4-8 - reseller pricing is about R189 per module plus VAT

    - 2 modules of (1 matched pair): Kingston KVR400X64C3AK2/1G, 2x matched 512MB 400MHz, DDR400, 184-pin, Non-ECC, CL3, 2.6v, Latency: 3-3-3 - reseller pricing is about R199 per module plus VAT

    - 2 modules of: Samsung 1GB DDR400, 128x4 chips (high capacity), 2x 1GB 400MHz, DDR400, 184-pin, Non-ECC - reseller pricing is about R339 per module plus VAT


    UPDATE on the motherboards: I also found a second Gigabyte GA-K8NXP-SLI in one of my old PC cases - all caps are fine on this one

    I also have a few CPU's (754's, 939's) available from these recent upgrades - I'll have to pull them first and will post the specs here if anyone is interested... otherwise you'll find them on the classifieds soon...
    Last edited by howardb; 12-04-2011 at 07:58 PM.
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