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Old 07-24-2005, 02:21 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I don't think it is out yet in the US, but man. I would love to get this along with a 770 Dothan :drool:

http://usa.aopen.com/products/mb/i915Ga-HFS.htm

Fugger at XS has his 770 at 3Ghz ON AIR!

http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...ad.php?t=69738
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Well you def pay the premium for PCI-E and DDR2......
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Well you def pay the premium for PCI-E and DDR2......
Yeah, their mico ATX with PCI-e and DDR2 is about $300

I am guessing this board will be about $300 as well. But man, it would be a sweet set-up.

2.5Ghz is almost guaranteed with even a 750 Dothan, and that's on air cooling.

Me wanty!!
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look at newegg they probably have some
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Well you def pay the premium for PCI-E and DDR2......
DDR II and PCI-E is not that expensive compared to their older counterparts ( DDR & AGP )
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DDR II and PCI-E is not that expensive compared to their older counterparts ( DDR & AGP )
A Dothan option IS expensive though.

I am thinking that if I do go Dothan, I might give up the DDR2 support. It would cost me more money, but I think the crappy timings of DDR2 would hold me back anyways, since it appears Dothans really like the low latency's.

If I ditch the DDR2 I would go with this board and the adapter.

Then get some nice TCCD or BH-5 DDR400 RAM.

750 Dothan at 2.75Ghz at 275 x 10 :drool:
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