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Old 04-25-2005, 05:47 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Anyone know if this motherboard is an o/cer?

http://www2.newegg.com/Product/Produ...82E16813137061

It would be great if I could oc the bejesus out of that thing with a Pentium-M processor in it, pci-e 16x and ddr2 533 in dual channel mode :. Anyone know if its a good o/cer or if its just a stock runner like intels crapastical motherboards?
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Old 04-25-2005, 07:12 AM   #2 (permalink)
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aopen is not a really high end make, there are alot better out there. Im not sure about who makes the best intel boards, but i know msi and abit make great amd boards. also DFI are top quailty but i dont know bout their intel boards if they even make em :s
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That seems a bit expensive for what your getting
Doesnt even support PC3200
It even has intergrated graphics


Have you checked into getting a Mobile to 478 adapter and getting something like a DFI Lanparty?
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i know about both of those options, but this mobo has pci-e 16x/ddr2 533... where can you find those two options on a motherboard that is compatible with the ct-479
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AOpen products are garbage
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i dunno about that, a lot of their high-end stuff gets good reviews.

Such a simple question, does anyone own/has anyone ever owned one of these motherboards, and if so, does it o/c at all. Features please
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aopen just uses cheap stuff
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and another reply that is pointless...
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cheap stuff=bad ocer

it's pretty obvious..
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Aopen=Crap
DFI=*screams*YESSS
MSI=WOOOOO!!!
Giga-Byte=Meh?
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