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    We have several nice internet offerings here The lucky people who live in stockholm city gets 10Mbps/10Mbps LAN for 320SEK, that's about £23. Most of Sweden can get ADSL with 8Mbps/0.8Mbps for 449SEK, or £33. New services are comming soon, I got the 8/0.8 atm, will have VDSL 12/9 in a month or two. for the neat price of 399SEK (£29)...

    And to cover the topic aswell, I've seen signs that tell me the Asus A8V is soon to come here (S939). Where the CPUs are, I yet have no clue. But S939 doesn't need to be so far I believe.

    I have not seen any S775 mobos closing up yet, but the CPUs aren't too far. Even though I do not really care too much since it doesn't look like the extra 297 pins won't really bring anything extra exept for forcing us to buy new mobos and coolers... Atleast not yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by StarkMjolk
    We have several nice internet offerings here The lucky people who live in stockholm city gets 10Mbps/10Mbps LAN for 320SEK, that's about £23. Most of Sweden can get ADSL with 8Mbps/0.8Mbps for 449SEK, or £33. New services are comming soon, I got the 8/0.8 atm, will have VDSL 12/9 in a month or two. for the neat price of 399SEK (£29)...






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    I know Sweden is ahead at the moment, but just hang in there... in a few years or so someone in Brittain might also have 8/1 or there about... even though it's hard to imagine
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    The reason LGA775 is dodgy is because the socket has the pins in the socket already! This means that the CPU just has lots of little bumps to connect to the pins! Very fragile and life expectancy of a board..



    .....one CPU change!

    Mobo manufacters reckon they'll get more RMAs than ever now! Nice one intel!

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    Yeh the pin thing is the main thing thats putting me off the new intel boards.

    Most likely gonna go for 939. Will wait until they have been out for a few months then pick up a good board.

    Any news on what the next AMD processers are gonna be like? New cores etc.?
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    Mostly rumors yet iMc... but dual-core opterons should be out next year from what I've heard. As for followers to ClawHammer/Newcastle... no clue I'm affraid. But it seem like dual-core is the next thing. Who knows really

    For the mainstream AMD will release the paris core, succeedor of the Athlon XP family. Socket 939 32-bit thing...
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    a 2Mbit connection is about £15 a month in Sweden isnt it ?

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    regarding the boards - abit have the new socket 775 based intel board in their product range now on the web, and we've been getting more literature about things such as socket 775, PCI-Express, and other new chipset features and as long as everything goes according to plan then the mobo's should be showing up between 4-8 weeks time

    hmmm wish I waited with my payout now lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by StarkMjolk
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    So right after i learn Japanese then This may take a while..

    LGA775 is only warrentied for 1 cpu change i read, not only life expectancy.
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