I'm after a motherboard which will act as a big file server. The only real requirement is that it has 2x PCIE slots running at 8x or higher as we have two Intel raid cards that need to be utilized in this machine.
I was looking at this:
I recently bought this PSU:
Corsair 350W VS Series ATX12V v2.31 VS350 220V - S/N: 
And the following problem arised:
1) On the Asus P5VD2-x Motherboard, it claims that there is a voltage problem, during post.
So I have never had any experience with the LGA1366 platform, but I recently acquired a W3680 and some value RAM. From my research, the W3680 is just a 980x with a Xeon sticker on it. I was wanting to buy a motherboard and use the processor and RAM to upgrade my HTPC.
Trying to get rid of a few items I no longer need. Good options for htpc or light gaming builds maybe, or just for a desktop for someone.
1. Intel DG31GL LGA 775 Motherboard with E2200 Dual core CPU and 2x 1GB ddr2 ram. Nice little combo for a basic desktop computer. Mobo is MATX so it should fit in most cases. 2 sata headers and 2 pci slots. no PCIE slots on it. Onboard lan, sound, and VGA.
I overclocked Intel i5-760 2.8 GHz to the next stable status (stability was checked by running a blend test in prime95):
150 Hz x 22.0 = 3300 GHz
Core voltage: 1.25 V
IMC (VTT) voltage: 1.4 V
Another voltages (like PLL) I set to auto.
When I became setting IMC voltage > 1.3 V, its value turns in red color (which is bad, I think).