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Old 25th April 2003, 02:19   #1
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byebye money-in-the-pocket
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Old 25th April 2003, 07:48   #3
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who will have the balls of steel needed to remove that heat spreader :grr:
 
Old 25th April 2003, 08:50   #4
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I know nothing about the opteron but if there is a heatspreader like that on top of it, how are you going to unlock it.
I mean if it's locked offcourse
 
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I know nothing about the opteron but if there is a heatspreader like that on top of it, how are you going to unlock it.
I mean if it's locked offcourse
maybe by connecting pins ?

thank god they put a heatspreader on it. just crusehed a littje corner of my 1800+
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good news for the gamers among us. It seems that the A64 is much more powerfull for gaming than the XP/P4.

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OMG! great news
1.8 Opteron beats a P4 running at 3Ghz ?

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well, a64 @ 2 ghz will definately be going back to AMD!

however... one more delay and they're on prescott eta...
prescott will maim, slaughter, slash, burn and rape A64@ 2 ghz, they need more mhz
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