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    SG Elite Brent's Avatar
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    Getting one of those Asus nForce2 boards and a axp 2800+ today

    from all the testing that has been done it seems to be very stable from what i hear...

    should be very fast too
    Last edited by Brent; 01-24-03 at 12:15 PM.
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    WHAT THE HECK IS "XXXXXXXX" please tell us ! software or hardware?

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    Considering brent is the video god, im quite sure its the new NV30
    am i right?

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    Asus and a 2800=very fast. If your going to run a 200+ fsb you need to cut the 3rd contact on the L12 bridge.
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    I do not prefer AMD's but they seem so much faster than Intel processors. Intel says they can prove a P4 is faster than a AMD Athalon Tbird. Which I find hard to belive. What is really better Advanced Micro Devices or Intel processors? I used to really like my 188 Mhz Ciryx GX but that was back in the day.

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