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|30th August 2004, 09:54||#1|
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As extra options tend to carry extra cost, that usually leaves the folks who just want to build a budget Athlon64 system behind. Chaintech makes it possible, by putting in the box only the functions and options that a typical consumer would expect.
The Chaintech SK8T800 will make a very rock solid foundation to any performance oriented system build with 100% stability in mind. Prime95 was stopped at the 44 hour mark in a Blended Torture Test with 0 errors and 0 warnings. The complete lack of any "advanced" voltage and multiplier controls in the BIOS isn't' necessarily a bad thing at all. If you're building a system for a person who "knows enough to be dangerous" then they can't get into any trouble here because there isn't anything to goof up.
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