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    RTFM - its quite clearly explained.
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    Its probably quicker to post on here though and get an answer in about 2 mins
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    Originally posted by shamus21
    seeing has we all are talking abit NF7-S v2.0 can any one tell me if the NF7 v2.0 ( non S ) is a dual Channel board and if so what the diff.
    as agent says, both are dual channel,

    the difference between them is the 'S' has support for S-ATA hard drives and also has firewire (IEEE1394) ports.

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    and soundstorm (MCP-T)
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    version NF7-S v2.0 has Serial ATA and SOundstorm chip on it.
    thats the only difference i believe...
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    i'll have to stick with my original comment and say the differences are S-ATA and firewire, both have soundstorm.

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    They dont im afraid mate.

    NF7 is only uses the MCP, while the NF7-S uses the MCP-T.
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    I can confirm that my NF7 (non-S) doesn't have Soundstorm. It still sounds great to my ears though. What's the difference?
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    Originally posted by shamus21
    seeing has we all are talking abit NF7-S v2.0 can any one tell me if the NF7 v2.0 ( non S ) is a dual Channel board and if so what the diff.
    Yes it's dual channel and off the top of my head the difference are soundstorm, firewire and something else

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