The version 1.x NF7's weren't even close to the performance of the version 2.0 overclocking wise.
Bios's are not interchangable either.
Holy crap. Fancy running into you again. lol
That's subjective. The AN7 definitely couldn't do the same FSB's as the NF7. Most stopped cold at 235-250. But the voltage options were better/higher...
The DFI Infinity Ultra is exactly the same as the LanParty Ultra B, without the bling. That would make the NF7 the third best. Don't count the AN7...
YGPM on the 8800 Ultra.
EDIT- Paypal sent. TY. :)
Nice price too. ;)
Mine tops out around 280 FSB.
ASUS Ati 9200LE 128MB RV280-LE-A0625 AGP
I have some like that too. ;)
Really? That's all? I average around 230 on most of my good processors.
Yes. You need a better block. ;)
Block will not have as much impact as amount of rad. As long as it's a relatively decent block, you'll be fine. I'm still using my old Enzotech...
I can't tell you that. I just find the items. ;)
I shouldn't have said most. There were a few with 4 slots. :oops:
Don't know what you were thinking. Most all decent socket A boards had 4 slots. Unless you were talking about 754 maybe? I don't know of any 754...
Box of XP-M's. I'm pretty sure I have at least 1 of every one ever made.
Random box of un-benched processors.
Some of my socket A goodness.
NF7-S, DFI Infinity Ultra, DFI LP Ultra B[ATTACH]
A couple obscure processor's.
Geode's, and a Sempron...
Pending the board being used, 333 may not be officially supported. A bios mod would probably fix that. ;)
I have a few. :laugh:
Socket A has always been my favorite.
2500. MHz speed difference will be un-noticeable. Faster bus speed will feel snappier.
Best you'll do on that site in your price range.
I'd go 8600 GT.
Very rare. Hang on to it. ;)
I can run this all day long. CPU is delidded and on high end water.[ATTACH]
It's private. ;)
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