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    Going to take a trip down memory lane. This ASUS P5Q-E was my daily driver for so many years. And to think that the P5Q-E wasn't even the highest end model in the lineup at the time.

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    Old school, sexy copper heatsink. Certainly makes one fall in love with the motherboard all over again.

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    Beefy 8-phase VRM. Overclocking was so freaking fun on this motherboard.

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    Found a pair of 1GB OCZ Fatal1ty Edition memory sticks laying around. I don't even recall buying these. LOL

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    Pretty average specs. DDR2 PC8500 1066MHz 5-5-5-15 @2.1V

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    Couldn't find any LGA775 heatsinks though. But nothing some ghetto zipties can't solve.

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    Core 2 Duo E8200 from Malaysia. Let's see how high we can get this baby!

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    533MHz FSB was pretty easy. Unfortunately, the memory is the weak link here. Just won't go any higher than 1066MHz despite the relaxing the timings and adding tons of voltage.

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    Last edited by Chino; 06-27-2017 at 10:13 PM.

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