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Motherboard for the FX 6200 processor?


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Oh, well thats good. I have already ordered everything. But i order the Z68 pro/Gen3 wich also has PCI-E 3.0. :)

I will post an update when I have finished building the computer . I am looking forward for it :D
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Thanks for the update :thumbsup:
Good choice of MB the Pro Gen 3 :yes:
We look forward to hearing from you when you are up and running.
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Well, I got the computer on Monday. Started unboxing everything, making sure i got all of the stuff.

Then I started with the PSU and ended by installing the harddrive.

I then booted it and the sound signals were good. And everything was fine. I went into the BIOS becouse i still dont have windows 7, but in the end of the week i wil have it and then install it. :)

The building was fun and very easy. (Y) I will post another update when i have installed windows 7! :) Can't wait to use it.

Edited by Ravn111, 03 April 2012 - 03:41 PM.

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Thanks for the update :thumbsup:
Couple of reminders for you 1: Set your boot sequence in the BIOS to CD/DVD drive first and the HDD second. 2: Do a full NTFS format of the HDD before installing the OS as this will ensure a clean install.

We look forward to hearing when you are fully up and running.
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