Anybody else seen something similar and knows how to get the rig going again? Do we have to resort to Asus? Tue Nov 18, 7: I’m sure once Bios is corrected to identify the fsb processors correctly that problem will go away. Warranty for this item is 90 days as with all B Grade items.
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Oct 13, Posts: It never made it to completely loading Windows.
Thu Nov 20, 7: The reason we went for Gigabyte is not mainly our aversion against Abit and Asus, but we considered all on general opinions about Nforce2 motherboards, and looking at the GA-7NNXP you really have to get really impressed.
So there was no easy way to use that one. Don’t know if it’s an MSI but I’ll ask. Please visit HWZ for the latest reviews and news.
Jul 1, Posts: Thu Nov 20, 9: No matter if you choose the Nforce2 version or the KT only their top of the line has the DPS-system so check it out. That would be difficult to foresee since the Ahtlon XP has an impressive CPU line-up and the platform itself could easily last through the next year. Wed Edlta 12, 6: I’ll soon have a stick of what they recommend, and I’ll see how it helps.
The Q-tec has 20A. It OC’s to CL2. Mar 1, Posts: I’m pretty impressed by this motherboard One solution that ms had worked with both PSU’s is to disconnect the Gigabyte DPS-board, but that feature is kind of what convinced me to get this board in the end.
Not much, and Q-tec rated it as peak 20A and 16A continous MSI is just one of the many nForce2 motherboard vendors that has also moved forward with the new nForce2 Ultra chipset variants and has completely phased k7j2 its older models based on the initial nForce2 SPP. New item that you can order before we receive stock.
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I would guess that ends my problems AND makes me sleep well. Heck I’d even consider Asus, but then it better work, because their support sucks Hmm, ok, so is there any particular reason you choosed CL3 memory? Ok, one of us here has decided to return the Kingston memory and exchange it for Corsair.
The Item is built to order. That’s like throwing away a lot of potential. Will they be the last to support Socket-A? Pity about the MSI-cards though I’m sure once Bios is corrected to identify the fsb processors correctly that problem will go away. Check out the specifications below and go over to the dflta few pages to see how it compares with the recently reviewed Soltek SLFRN2. Tue Nov 11, 3: Any comments ddelta those?
Gadgety, but I find it possibly useful considering I know have the converters, I can plug in two external drives effortlessly to save some other systems data or clone disks or something like that. One of my friends can’t hit FSB on his board either.