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    Abit Fatal1ty AA8XE Mobo

    Lol. A mobo with Fatal1ty's name on it.

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    Goddamn that's a lot of money to blow on a motherboard that isn't for A64 or SLI, and which uses a chipset which apparently has it's overclockability deliberately crippled by Intel.

    Rich :¬)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rave
    Goddamn that's a lot of money to blow on a motherboard that isn't for A64 or SLI, and which uses a chipset which apparently has it's overclockability deliberately crippled by Intel.

    Rich :¬)
    Excepth that ASUS, ABIT etc. have got around it.
    Supposedly that board is doing over 300fsb.
    http://www20.tomshardware.com/mother...208/index.html

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    Ah, well I take that back then. My other criticisms still stand.

    That's a bit of a useless review from Tom's too, why did they not throw a comparable A64 system into the mix?

    Rich :¬)

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    Shame it has Fata1ty on it

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    This is why I say AMD 939 mobos are crap! Intel gets all the goodies...

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    Quote Originally Posted by myth
    This is why I say AMD 939 mobos are crap! Intel gets all the goodies...
    Fatality nF4 out very shortly

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    Quote Originally Posted by BUFF
    Fatality nF4 out very shortly

    but no AGP for my ultra...

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    Quote Originally Posted by David
    Shame it has Fata1ty on it
    Whys that David?

    And AMD boards are very well packed myth
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