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    HEXUS.reviews :: abit AW9D Max

    I pondered this intro for two days, reader, wondering whether to scrap it and author something a bit more staid. A bit less silly. A bit more boring. My inner geek got the better of me though, so here's hoping it doesn't get me fired and it makes you titter.
    http://www.hexus.net/content/item.php?item=6953
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    Hmmm.. not convinced - if you're going to go down that route at least have the balls to do it without an apologetic preface

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    LOL @ Rys

    My intro is along similar lines....luff t3h AW9D Max
    Check my project <<| Black3D |>>
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    Heh glad to see this got a good review. I'm very pleased with mine (especially as I got it for £130 he he).

    The 1.2 BIOS update does make the board abit more stable I found especially at high clock speeds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisg22 View Post
    The 1.2 BIOS update does make the board abit more stable
    Snigger.

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    Good review
    I am glad it was a good one it makes me feel all warm inside to know its waiting for me when i get home

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    the guys at XS don't believe it (post #811 on) ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BUFF View Post
    the guys at XS don't believe it (post #811 on) ...

    Link?

    tbh XS are a bunch of whinging idiots sometimes...though some are just legends
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    Quote Originally Posted by hexah
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    hmm, I thought that I had included the link ...

    http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...115839&page=33

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    Quote Originally Posted by BUFF View Post
    hmm, I thought that I had included the link ...

    http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...115839&page=33
    Like I said...XS isn't a place I like to visit any more unless I see something really cool. I just can't take the whinging...
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    Quote Originally Posted by hexah
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    i thought this was going to be a dual socket board for some reason the into reminded me of the old dual socket boards but i am most likely getting the model numbers mixed up .......

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