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Old 14th March 2003, 23:32   #1
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Default Nforce2 pushed to the Max: NF7 rev 1.2 vs Epox 8r(g/d)a+


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Stock speeds are no option when you buy an Abit NF7-S rev 1.2 or Epox 8r(g/d)a+. Which one can obtain the highest FSB? How do they compare at extreme high speeds? Which one of these three do you have to buy to be king of the hill?
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great article, very insightfull!
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Old 15th March 2003, 02:09   #2
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most excellent
very impressive!
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Old 15th March 2003, 02:38   #3
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luv this article, very neat work
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nice one!!
an article that is so purely OC minded is a mental orgasm
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well done!!
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go for 1.2, otherwise vcore limited to 1.85v

-S => + serial ata if i'm not mistaken
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damn, looks like I bought the wrong mobo (8RDA+)
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8RDA+ is a great mobo nonetheless.
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Epox 8RDA3+ .. April Fool's or for real ?
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hm my asus a7n8x can go to vdd 1.8 without a voltmod is that normal???
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