WTB: 1155 motherboard/DDR3 Ram

Discussion in 'For Sale / Trade' started by gabzor, Jun 5, 2019.

  1. gabzor

    gabzor [H]Lite

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    Looking to upgrade an office computer to use an i3 2100 and need an 1155 motherboard with sata 3 for ssd would be a plus if motherboard has integrated graphics and or usb3, don't need any motherboard that can overclock or anything, just something basic and reliable

    Also 12-16gb DDR 3 ram, PC3 10600/1333 since i3 2100 can only take advantage of those speeds
    Pending purchase, just need mobo

    Thanks!
     
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  2. Shikami

    Shikami Gawd

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    I might be able to help. I have in all excellent condition i7-3770K with Intel stock cooler, Asus Sabertooth Z77, Corsair Vengence RAM 16GB 1600MHZ 10-10-10 T1 (CMZ16GX3M2A1600C10). I have all the boxes and truly keep everything in the best condition possible; it is often asked "if I ever used it." Just contact if interested. I can send pictures of the parts via Imgur when I get back from work. However, I work till 7:00pm eastern, so this may take a day in time.

    Just to note with the hardware. I never over-clocked, only used multicore enhancement setting.

    Oh...almost forgot. It has a Window 10 license bound to it since it was part of the upgrade to Windows 10 free. It also work perfectly fine with recent Linux distro's.
     
  3. gabzor

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    Are you willing to part? or selling it as a whole?
     
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  5. jmilcher

    jmilcher [H]ardness Supreme

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    I have a 4590, matx gigabyte Mobo and 2x4 gb of ddr3 1600.

    Pm me if you're interested.
     
  6. gabzor

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    need just 1155 motherboard lol
     
  7. SamirD

    SamirD 2[H]4U

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    This is about as cheap and reliable as it comes $15 shipped:
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Dell-Optip...466601?hash=item41baf499e9:g:x3cAAOSwEzxYUX9e

    The only thing about this board is that it needs a 5-pin dell cooler, which you can get around with some wiring, or just buy one for $8 shipped:
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Dell-Optip...sh=item2acccde1fb:g:8xsAAOSw~lRctOUa&LH_BIN=1

    Total shipped to you is a ridiculous $23. :eek: And all this should fit in a standard case.

    I've actually used a similar board (inspiron 620) and was able to upgrade all the way to an i7-2600k. Nice and fast for dirt cheap. (y)
     
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  8. gabzor

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    Thanks, trying to stay away from ebay and dell style stuff since I have a psu and a case already, staying awaying from ebay because hardforums has better rep than ebay, still need motherboard!
     
  9. MrValentine

    MrValentine [H]ard|Gawd

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    SamirD how do you handle the front panel pins?

    Didnt mean to hijack. just curious.
     
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  10. SamirD

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    From what I recall, the mounting holes were standard, but it's been a while so you'd have to double-check with some homework. ;)
    I had to simply replace a board in an existing Dell system, so I didn't have to deal much with this, but from what I recall it seemed to be a standard header--but I could be wrong as they could have used a proprietary pin-out on it as they sometimes do...:banghead: