Tue Jan 01, 4: Haltech Ars Tribunus Militum Registered: You forgot a smiley there. Feb 11, Posts: Mar 8, Posts:
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ASUS A7M266-D Dual Athlon Motherboard
RonL is right its not a enthusiast board. Tue Jan 01, 3: Ars Legatus Legionis et Subscriptor. Via Hardware has a review of that board at this link.
Even so, I wouldn’t go booting up your machine without a heatsink–that will still [almost certainly] fry your processors. RonL Ars Praetorian Registered: Yes, A7MD will fit in Koolance! Basically, the guy was scared to unlock his CPU’s In other words, they say it works and that’s about it. Mortification Ars Tribunus Militum Registered: More like a7n266 overpriced paper weight which inhibited overclocking.
Sat Dec 29, 3: PAE physical address extensions allow bit addressing, stretching memory capacity to 64 GB. Originally posted by Axatax: Gigabyte, Iwill and Epox have better specs.
Asus A7MD Dually – Ars Technica OpenForum
Rambar Ars Praetorian Registered: Originally posted by Dandy Warhol: I definitely see this as a bad move on the part of Asus. Jul 21, Posts: I may look at the Gigabyte MPX board, though.
Mon Dec 31, Mon Dec 31, 3: Sat Dec 29, X, that what i was saying about the interesting aspects of their DDR usage.
Tue Jan 01, 4: Originally posted by RonL: Sat Dec 29, 1: Dump the audio, replace it with Raid! You think businesses actually put Abit boards in servers?
Who’s to say if the extra day’s work just asys guess taken out to allow FSB adjustments would’ve made a difference to overall board stability and polish, it’d be nice for them to make a show of it though May 19, Posts: I would rather see Asus atleast ignore the overclocking community.
So yes, i have experience with the MSI.
Unfortunately, the review is fairly lame, as it tells us none of what we really want to know. But, I suppose we’ll see. For the most part, seems to have quite a few features and the use of DDR was quite interesting.