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    mATX Motherboards

    Does anyone know of any good mATX motherboards for my SFF build that are quite good for overclocking?
    Im thinking of getting the AMD X2 4400+ cpu and want to overclock it a little to get the same speeds as the 4800+. Also id like to be able to adjust the memory timings etc.
    Not serious overclocking but simple stuff. Does anyone have any reccomendations?

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    The ASUS A8N-VM CSM might be worth checking out. It has the nForce4 430 MCP/GeForce 6150 IGP. The BIOS allows FSB overclocking up to 240FSB (no voltage options though) and has plenty of adjustments for the memory. Comes with HD audio, Firewire, SATA-II and DVI-D. Since you're only after a mild overclock, you could probably achieve that 200MHz boost with stock voltage.

    The Biostar TForce boards seem to be the best overclockers, but their 939 mATX board only offers the nForce4 410/GeForce 6100, no firewire, Gb LAN or HD audio either. On the other hand, you do get voltage adjustments...

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    Theres a SLI m-atx board out there somewhere
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gorgeous
    Theres a SLI m-atx board out there somewhere
    I hope this will do

    http://www.digit-life.com/articles2/...-2v-i915p.html

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    that aint matx dude,

    he is on about this mATX sli board from evga

    http://www.theinquirer.net/?article=30227

    was tempted to put it in my sff few issues with them at the moment i hear,

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    another thing, you might want to wait untill the Socket AM2 is out, its only two months.

    since it will use diffrent socket and DDR2, and I dont think you could upgrade your system beyond FX60 on the 939 platform

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