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Old November 21st 03, 11:27 PM
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Not looked at the AMD CPU options on this board for a while now.

Not really got a clue about the differences either.
Can anyoone advise me on which CPU's this board will actually support.

Ta.


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Old November 22nd 03, 10:21 AM
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"Me" wrote in message
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Not looked at the AMD CPU options on this board for a while now.

Not really got a clue about the differences either.
Can anyoone advise me on which CPU's this board will actually support.

Ta.



http://www.asus.com.tw/support/cpusu...pusupport.aspx

Just select SocketA and the board model.

HTH


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Old November 23rd 03, 08:56 PM
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Me wrote:

Can anyoone advise me on which CPU's this board will actually support.


Running two XP1800+'s right now.

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Old November 24th 03, 02:45 AM
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Tommi Koivula wrote:


Me wrote:

Can anyoone advise me on which CPU's this board will actually support.


Running two XP1800+'s right now.


I've used two of those boards. The first one I did
with a pair of Durons and later upgraded to XP 1800+'s.
The second one I did with a pair of 1600+'s. Both were
recently upgraded to MP2200+'s. I've also done the
same thing with a couple of Tyan boards.


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Old November 24th 03, 10:11 PM
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Looks good then.
I may well go for 2 x 2400 XP's.


"Rob Stow" wrote in message
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Tommi Koivula wrote:


Me wrote:

Can anyoone advise me on which CPU's this board will actually

support.

Running two XP1800+'s right now.


I've used two of those boards. The first one I did
with a pair of Durons and later upgraded to XP 1800+'s.
The second one I did with a pair of 1600+'s. Both were
recently upgraded to MP2200+'s. I've also done the
same thing with a couple of Tyan boards.


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Old November 25th 03, 05:17 AM
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Looks good then.
I may well go for 2 x 2400 XP's.


Before you do, you need to be aware that once upon a time
the XP's didn't have anything stopping you from using them
in pairs, but now they do. The transition point was the
XP1900+ - lower speeds are not locked, higher speeds are,
and those that are right on the 1900+ line might or might
not be.

There are articles out there that tell how you can unlock
newer XP's so that you can use them in pairs. The first
place I would look would be 2cpu.com - and as always tools
like Google are helpful.



"Rob Stow" wrote in message
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Tommi Koivula wrote:


Me wrote:

Can anyoone advise me on which CPU's this board will actually


support.

Running two XP1800+'s right now.


I've used two of those boards. The first one I did
with a pair of Durons and later upgraded to XP 1800+'s.
The second one I did with a pair of 1600+'s. Both were
recently upgraded to MP2200+'s. I've also done the
same thing with a couple of Tyan boards.


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Old November 25th 03, 02:53 PM
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Just what I wanted to hear, thanks Rob.


"Rob Stow" wrote in message
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Me wrote:

Looks good then.
I may well go for 2 x 2400 XP's.


Before you do, you need to be aware that once upon a time
the XP's didn't have anything stopping you from using them
in pairs, but now they do. The transition point was the
XP1900+ - lower speeds are not locked, higher speeds are,
and those that are right on the 1900+ line might or might
not be.

There are articles out there that tell how you can unlock
newer XP's so that you can use them in pairs. The first
place I would look would be 2cpu.com - and as always tools
like Google are helpful.



"Rob Stow" wrote in message
...

Tommi Koivula wrote:


Me wrote:

Can anyoone advise me on which CPU's this board will actually


support.

Running two XP1800+'s right now.


I've used two of those boards. The first one I did
with a pair of Durons and later upgraded to XP 1800+'s.
The second one I did with a pair of 1600+'s. Both were
recently upgraded to MP2200+'s. I've also done the
same thing with a couple of Tyan boards.


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