4x8gb DDR3 memory supported Motherboard

billamama

Journeyman
I had the following PC config

GA-78LMT-USB3 (rev. 6.0)
Phenom II X4 810
32gb DDR3 Ram ( 8gb x 4 )
GT-710 2gb DDR5
2 HDDs
2 SSDs
CORSAIR CV650


I tried to overclock the CPU with AMD Overdrive Utility to get something more from it, on Cooler Master Hyper H410R (RR-H410-20PK-R1) 120mm, and I burnt the Motherboard near North Bridge Heat Sink

is it possible to get a working AM3+ Mobo from anywhere? Its urgent
 

chetansha

In the zone
Am3+ boards really hard to find. You can try olx , but try ro collect in person.
I found one on olx, m5a88, the seller did not pack it properly and it got damaged in transit.
 

nac

Aspiring Novelist
I had the following PC config

GA-78LMT-USB3 (rev. 6.0)
Phenom II X4 810
32gb DDR3 Ram ( 8gb x 4 )
GT-710 2gb DDR5
2 HDDs
2 SSDs
CORSAIR CV650


I tried to overclock the CPU with AMD Overdrive Utility to get something more from it, on Cooler Master Hyper H410R (RR-H410-20PK-R1) 120mm, and I burnt the Motherboard near North Bridge Heat Sink

is it possible to get a working AM3+ Mobo from anywhere? Its urgent
Hey! You can't get a motherboard just because it supports 4 x 8GB DDR3 and pair it with your other components. You should get a compatible motherboard. What's your system configuration, esp. the processor you have? Without knowing that, can't suggest "a" board for you.
Okay, is this the one you were asking for?
If so, no I don't know where you can get a new/used board that is compatible with your CPU. Try sites like OLX as already suggested.

If that doesn't work, get an old Intel CPU for sub 1k, cpu fan for about 250/- and get a compatible board which also supports DDR3 sticks. But I don't know if you can find a board which can house 4 ram sticks, sure you can find board with two ram slots. Try your luck. All this will cost you about 3.5k max.
 

nac

Aspiring Novelist
Obviously, the old Intel CPU I said is not gonna be as powerful as your existing CPU and finding an old board that has four ram slots is near impossible. If you are trying to get a working rig, this is the cheapest option. If money is not an issue, ditch this combo and go for the lastest available parts. You have pretty much everything else, all you need is CPU+BOARD+RAM.
 
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