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Old 09-14-2004, 11:46 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Socket 754 + 939 Combo?!

http://www.newegg.com/app/ViewProduc...157-035&depa=1

With PCI Express? For $77.00? WTF? Why is it so cheap? Input please.
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Old 09-15-2004, 12:06 AM   #2 (permalink)
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b4 anyone gives u the real answer ill take a guess... maybe its cause, once thy add to much stuff to one bourd it turns into a piece of junk
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Old 09-15-2004, 12:44 AM   #3 (permalink)
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I saw AGP only, not PCI express.

If not mistake, normal 939 mobo support dual ram.
But this 1 only single channel.
The rest all normal stuffs thats y so cheap.
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yeah it didn't say PCI-E I also saw it just say AGP 8x......but is it just giving you the option of having either or can you run the processors at the same time?
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it looks a bit dodgey to me, how could a motherboard support a CPU that has more pins the socket has, and even if you had an adaptor, it would be limited to the performance of the CPU with less pins...
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i took this off the ASROCK website www.asrockamerica.com
you can have dual channel, but only if you are using a socket 939 processor.(i am assuming you can use both and get dual channel)


Processor: Support AMD Socket 754/939 (Athlon 64/Athlon 64FX & 32 bit Sempron). Support Hyper Transport Technology

Chipset: Single Chip ULi (ALi) M1689

Memory: DIMM slots 4,5: supported with socket 754 processor
DIMM slots 1-3: supported with socket 939 processor
Max 2 GB, Dual channel technology with socket 939 Athlon 64FX processor


Video: N/A

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it looks a bit dodgey to me, how could a motherboard support a CPU that has more pins the socket has, and even if you had an adaptor, it would be limited to the performance of the CPU with less pins...
the hell are you talking about raekwon the thing has two different slots on the one motherboard.....
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