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    I got my old Asus A8N-LA that i used after my Sapphire Advances 3200(580X) broke. Its an HP based board that use the Nvidia Nforce 430.

    I got 2 Sticks of 1GB A-Data DDR 400mhz and An Athlon X2 4200+ 2.2GHZ in it also.

    Don't know if this meets what you need but its been a good board for me up until i replaced it for my current AM3 System. I was going to hold on to it so i could make it into a HTPC or OpenNAS box but i don't think i'll be getting around to that any time soon.
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    "APEVIA 500w power supply"...*screams in fright and hurls laptop against the wall*

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    Quote Originally Posted by haru15b View Post
    I got my old Asus A8N-LA that i used after my Sapphire Advances 3200(580X) broke. Its an HP based board that use the Nvidia Nforce 430.

    I got 2 Sticks of 1GB A-Data DDR 400mhz and An Athlon X2 4200+ 2.2GHZ in it also.

    Don't know if this meets what you need but its been a good board for me up until i replaced it for my current AM3 System. I was going to hold on to it so i could make it into a HTPC or OpenNAS box but i don't think i'll be getting around to that any time soon.
    That's perfect, how much do you want for it? I have a processor, and I just found my 2GB set of G.Skill black PC4000, so I really just need a board.

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    p.m.
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    Nevermind for now. My fiancee dumped me today. Too depressed to care about much in the computer tech world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silk_the_Absent1 View Post
    Nevermind for now. My fiancee dumped me today. Too depressed to care about much in the computer tech world.

    -Adam
    This is why most techies choose to stick to their imaginary girlfriends as long as possible.

    You chose to open up to and care about someone, and then they decided they won't do the same for you. It's tough, it makes you question yourself, your actions, and your decision making abilities. The fact that you shared the info here means that either she made a good call, or that you're willing to overcome your newly found emptiness... I hope it's the latter. And don't worry, it's a cross between a habit and an addiction, and as such is accompanied by withdrawal symptoms. Friends can help lessen the impact; and for many, so can tech. Also, ethanol, preferably highly concentrated and with a good aftertaste.

    Take care, and heal soon...
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    sorry to hear that!

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    o man that sucks..well take some time and than get back out there.
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    HIS Radeon HD 4850 Turbo 512MB
    Sony Blu-ray Burner BDU-101U IDE
    Western Digital Caviar SE16 500GB
    Maxtor 500GB
    Seagate 750GB

    All that is Left is the Case and Some bigger storage Drives.

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