Solved need some advice on a asus M4N68t-m series motherbroad

August 15, 2013 at 04:49:40
Specs: Windows 7
hi i have a asus M4N68T-M series motherbroad with a amd sempron sdx140hbk 136q cpu. that iam excited to buy off ebay cause this will be the first computer i make instead of going to the store and getting one of the rack. any how didnt know you need to know more information about making one all the little detailes and all. but i was wondering if anybody could give me some advice on what kind of ram i should get and power source and maybe even a video card if it needs one cause it already has one installed. i wont be useing this computer for gaming just to have in the house for normal stuff like music,browsing the web , and a few apps here and there. so if anybody could school me that would be great thanks heres my info on my computer. asus m4n68t-m motherbroad with a amd sempron sdx140hbk 136q cpu

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August 15, 2013 at 05:57:58
The reviews of that board at are not good.

Post a budget and what you want the computer to do, along with any hardware you might already have.

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August 15, 2013 at 09:03:37
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If you already bought the board & CPU, I guess you're stuck with it. You could have done much better.

Do you plan on overclocking or attempting to unlock the disabled core? If not, all you really need is DDR3-1333. The amount of RAM will depend on how much you wanna spend & whether you plan on running a 32-bit or 64-bit OS. The board only has 2 RAM slots so you should buy a matched pair to run in dual channel mode, 2 x 2GB (32-bit or 64-bit OS) or 2 x 4GB (64-bit OS only).

I have a Sempron 145 Sargas on one of my older systems. The board is based on the AMD 770 chipset & uses DDR2 memory. I wasn't able to unlock the core so I overclocked it. It's been running at 3.2GHz for a couple of years now with no problems.

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August 17, 2013 at 07:28:49
hey guys thanks alot for the info that really helps. but let me ask you somthing whats wrong with my motherbroad you guys got bad reviews from the looks of it it looks like it could do damage but i aint no expert. ya i could of done better but being my first pc mod i just whanted to test the waters. i have a lot of parts lieing around like two good video cards one of them being a nvidia geforce 7800 gt and a nvidia p455 you think i should put one of thoes cards on or just buy a new one? but any way thanks ill be asking how to overclock later one step at a time u know....

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