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    antec 480w trueblue

    i have that psu atm and wondering if it would be compatable with buying a pci-e mobo? i knoiw they need a v2 complient psu but cnt find it anywhere i know tht it has a auxilary power connector, +12v connector,fan speed monitoring connector, fan only connector and a serial ata power connector ... as im thinking of going for a pci-e mobo with a amd 64 3200 and hoping tht this psu can run it all

    another question is my ata power connector is a 20 pin but i think the psu has a seperate 4 pin connector to make it up2 24 if i need 2? is tht possible or would i need to get a 20-24 pin converter
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    I have AN8-Sli in a mchine at home with the Trueblue 480 and it works perfectly, the 20 pin plug in the main connection and the 4 pin into the aux on the MB so you don;t need any additional connectors

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    4 pin in the aux u mean putting the 4 pin in the slots next to the ata connector ?
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    Yep it's the little square 4 pin socket

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    ok cool ty think im gonna get a Asus A8V-E Deluxe also btw does pci-e mobos use ddr2? if so whts the difference between ddr and ddr2 and would i need to get ddr2 ram
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    Nope uses good old DDR 3200. Get yourself a matched pair gig of low latency 3200 and youl be laughing

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    I'm not sure the memenory controller in the A64 chip supports DDR2 RAM so I think that DDR2 would be wasted on an A64 motherboard? DDR2 is clocked much faster than DDR - that's the only difference as far as i'm aware. Advantage shows up on P4 boards AFAIK.

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    DDR 2 isn;t supported in AMD boards and will not fit even if you tried. There are no manufactures who make any boards that support it, which isn't a bad thing as DDR2 runs at slower latencies than DDR and AMD processors benifit most from low latency rather than brute Mhz

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