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    NF7s V2 + XP-m2800+

    Morning All

    I've had the above motherboard for a while now, spare not doing anything... So ive been buying the odd bit here and there to put a system together for a server role. I got the above chip on ebay for £40 new which i didnt think was a bad price?!

    My question is, has anyone had the above combo and does it work together OK? Also, is there anything i will need to do to the motherboard to get it working, or will it work straight outta the box?

    Cheers

    Scott

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    I used to run pretty much the same setup and it works really well. The XPM overclocks very well as it's a standard XP validated to run stable and lower voltages (meaning it's a cherry picked cpu). If you're not overclocking you might want to run it at lower voltages but tbh it doesn't really matter.
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    Hey

    Thanks for the reply, i doubt i will overclock as its just going to be a server to hold a couple of TB worth of hard drives i have. Im putting it with a Zalman cooler (so hard to get SoA coolers these days) so if its that low voltage, im hoping it will be nice and cool!

    All i need now is a PSU and a Case, then im sorted

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