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Old 10-06-2004, 02:28 PM   #11 (permalink)
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true, but what do you suggestion, i could buy a less expensive mobo, but i want one that would be good stable and last me for 2-3 yrs or so, what do you suggest???

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system specs: 2.0 ghz amd athlon xp 2400+
ABIT NF7-SV2(yeah!!)
radeon 9200 SE vid card :(
60 gig hardrive
32*Cd-rw and 16*DVD drive
17\" CRT monitor
mushkin 512 mb pc 3200
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Old 10-06-2004, 03:56 PM   #12 (permalink)
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the NF7-S2G I'm trying to sell to you As long as you put in a desktop like the 2400+ that has a locked multiplier all you'll need to do is go in the BIOS and change the FSB to 133 from 100. Since I put the mobile in this one, it defaults the multi to 6 and the FSB to 100 and there's no where to change the multi on this board. the 2400+ I know for sure has a locked multi ( I have this chip too ) and I'm pretty sure the 2200+ would too. Although I really don't know why the mobile would default to a multi of 6 in the first place

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Are you saying the Athlon 2400+ mobile is locked, or just the regular Athlon 2400+ is?

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