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    Question Which NF7 Motherboard?

    http://www.excaliberpc.com/product_i...roducts_id=867

    OR

    http://www.excaliberpc.com/product_i...roducts_id=866

    I dont care about firewire or SATA... (Not sure if thats the right names) But yea I dont need those but I still heard that NF7-S has worked out more problems then the other one. Well I dont know you guys are the professionals...

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    buy what you can afford. you may not want the SATA atm, but in a few months you might like to upgrade your hdd and the sata could come in handy
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    TBH the difference in price between the 2 doesn't justify going for the cheaper one, especially with the better 'Soundstorm' sound the -S version gives you.

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    Purely on the basis of the onboard sound I'd go with the -S. Also, I've just bumped the hard disk on mine from a 30GB UDMA 100 to an 80GB SATA Maxtor, so I'd say having SATA is probably a good idea (**** me, it's quick! ).

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    NF7-S V2.0 m8

    Abit NF7-S V2.0 || XP1700 @ 2.43ghz (1.825V) 211FSB || 2 * 512MB twinmos @ 422Mhz (7-3-2-2)
    SLK-900, Delta Screemer & AS3 || Radeon 9800pro 128MB 425.25/366.75
    LG Combi drive || LG DVD RW || 2 * 120GB IBM || 60GB Maxtor USB

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    Thanks guys... I'm totally gona get -S verson now! I'll post about it soon.

    Thanks!

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    Originally posted by Jcb33
    NF7-S V2.0 m8
    Thats the one mate.

    Seriously, we all have this board and will be happy to help should you end up melting something

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    Well its good my first one died threw my psu tho lol

    Abit NF7-S V2.0 || XP1700 @ 2.43ghz (1.825V) 211FSB || 2 * 512MB twinmos @ 422Mhz (7-3-2-2)
    SLK-900, Delta Screemer & AS3 || Radeon 9800pro 128MB 425.25/366.75
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    Is a wise choice.... made, you have

    (sorry star wars is on )

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    Where lol? you have lernt well my youg jedi

    Abit NF7-S V2.0 || XP1700 @ 2.43ghz (1.825V) 211FSB || 2 * 512MB twinmos @ 422Mhz (7-3-2-2)
    SLK-900, Delta Screemer & AS3 || Radeon 9800pro 128MB 425.25/366.75
    LG Combi drive || LG DVD RW || 2 * 120GB IBM || 60GB Maxtor USB

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    m8?? what is that?

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    Highly recommend the NF7-S to you Dude, that board really rocks
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    You'll find many members on these forums with the NF7-S v2.0 and I'm sure all of them are thrilled to bits with it.

    Me included

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    lol... WHATS m8 THOUGH!!!

    sorry I got to excited.

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    Someone should make sticky:

    BUY ABIT NF7-S FOR YOUR SOCKET A MOBO!


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    lol, along with XP 1700+ JIUHB from cpu city. It'd save people giving the same answers again and again

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