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    Talking E2140 Processors in Stock!!!

    RL Supplies have got the E2140 Processors in stock and ready to ship. I have just ordered one and they have assured me I will have it delivered tomorrow

    http://www.rlsupplies.co.uk/products....asp?id=233495

    How can that be when Intel are saying they are not being launched until the 3rd June???

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    Overclockers have them in stock as well, perhaps Intel set an earlier release date for the UK?
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    Hmmmmm, if there clock as well as other C2Ds (which they should unless intel suddenly crapped up their production) then we really could be onto a winner here...

    Whats the multi??
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    Quote Originally Posted by nvening View Post
    Whats the multi??
    8 and 9 I believe, as the FSB is set to 800Mhz with CPU frequencies of 1.6Ghz and 1.86Ghz respectively. With a mid range multiplier and smaller cache drawing less power it should prove to be a good overclocker I think. Will do a great job in embedded devices too!..
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    And there was I about to order an X2-3800 to keep costs down. Perhaps Scan being out of stock yesterday was a sign from above

    Anyone know a good uATX mobo for one of these for HTPC use at around 50-60 quid? Was looking at an ASUS 6150 based board for an X2 before, have no idea what an equivalent would be.

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    I'd use either the Asus P5B VM

    http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/Produ...oductID=462645

    or abits fatal1ty

    http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/Produ...oductID=548096

    theres also this which I havn't seen before..has a nice layout.

    http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/Produ...oductID=570814

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    Quote Originally Posted by DanceswithUnix View Post
    Anyone know a good uATX mobo for one of these for HTPC use at around 50-60 quid? Was looking at an ASUS 6150 based board for an X2 before, have no idea what an equivalent would be.
    Asrock 945G conroe dvi?

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    My E2140 was delivered this morning.

    I had thought about going for the Asus P5B-VM, but as the E2140 is not mentioned in the CPU Compatibility list on the Asus website I decided otherwise.

    Instead, I decided to try the ECS (yuk!) 650iSLIT-A Motherboard. After a bios update to the latest version every is running sweet.

    I had decided several years ago after a bad experience that I would NEVER use an ECS Motherboard again, but what you get for your money on this board made it a no-brainer.

    http://www.rlsupplies.co.uk/products....asp?id=234270

    And before anyone asks, no I am not going to overclock it to buggery to see how fast it goes. I just want a cheap reliable system to play the odd game!

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