linoleumflump 21:39 29 Dec 05


I recently bought a computer from Mesh that was supposed to have a :-
ASUS A8N-VM - Nforce 410 PCI-Express Mainboard - Micro ATX motherboard. in conjunction with a AMD Athlon 64 3200+ Venice 0.09u Socket 939.

After running various systme info tools I believe I have the right processor but an MSI RS482-M motherboard. (it's got RS482-M written on it but none of the system diagnostics tools name a board manufacturer).

Two of the reasons I bought this PC were that the MB got good reviews and the general consensus was that it is easy to overclock and if things start grinding to a hault I should easily be able to increase the clock speed from 2GHz to 2.5.
Have I been ripped off or should I keep quiet and think myself lucky?

  GaT7 00:24 30 Dec 05

It could be an ECS mobo click here. What other markings does it have?

Have you tried contacting Mesh about it? What Mesh model is the PC? G

  GaT7 00:30 30 Dec 05

Have you tried Everest click here, to find out what mobo it is? G

  007al 00:55 30 Dec 05

The RS482-M is an ATI chipset board that uses x300 graphics onboard.
The A8N-VM is Nvidia with 6100 graphics chip onboard.
There`s probably not a lot in it performance wise.
Dont know personaly how overclockable any of the boards are,but Asus and MSI usualy have a few options in bios to play with.You could ask why you were supplied with a different board.It`s probably something to do with supply,so they used board thats as good

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