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A7N8X Deluxe Two Versions?

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Old August 6th 03, 09:56 PM
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Default A7N8X Deluxe Two Versions?

Both support the 400 FSB, but might as well get the 2.0 version. Will be
funny in a few months if they figure out the older version has some sort of
hidden value and it skyrockets in price.

"cv" wrote in message
im about to buy a A7N8X Deluxe from atacom.com but they have two
different versions. the first i guess is marked as A7N8X Deluxe for
$125. and the other one is marked A7N8X Deluxe V2.0 for $132.

What is the difference? Both are based on the Nforce2 Ultra Chip and
both support 400FSB right?



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