Who’s to say if the extra day’s work just a guess taken out to allow FSB adjustments would’ve made a difference to overall board stability and polish, it’d be nice for them to make a show of it though I thought x86 could only address 4 maximum. Eiki Ars Praefectus Registered: Mon Dec 31, 3: They are at least on Rev 4. Gigabyte, Iwill and Epox have better specs. Tue Jan 01, 1:
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Dec 2, Posts: Nov 8, Posts: Eiki Ars Praefectus Registered: Even so, I wouldn’t go booting up your machine without a heatsink–that will still [almost certainly] fry your processors.
The A7MD finally began shipping late last week. In other words, they say it works and that’s about it. Sun Dec 30, 9: I betcha The Abit, Iwill and Epox overclock Originally posted by Dandy Warhol: PAE physical address extensions allow bit addressing, stretching memory capacity to 64 GB.
ASUS A7M266 – motherboard – ATX – Socket A – AMD-761 Series
RonL – I find it hard to believe the Abit offering would not offer overclocking options, and would hesitate against saying anything firm about a product not-yet released. Tue Jan 01, Since the A7MD doesn’t have true core voltage adjustment you can adjust vCore, but only for one CPUthere will only be so much overclocking potential with this motherboard.
Now that I think about it, I’m kind of an Asus whore myself. Apr 21, Posts: Haltech Ars Tribunus Militum Registered: MSI is on Rev 3. Asus A7MD Dually 34 posts.
Mon Asu 31, 8: I definitely see this as a bad move on the part of Asus. Besides, who in the right mind would throw a Abit into a server.
ASUS A7MD – motherboard – ATX – Socket A – AMD MPX Overview – CNET
Sat A7266d 29, 1: Dec 7, Posts: Speaking of the A7MD, anyone know if it will use the on-die probe? Mar 8, Posts: I think i will wait a tad bit longer. Sat Dec 29, 3: Mon Dec 31, Bah I watercool, so I’m not worried about puny sinks I just want an accurate reading for once. Originally posted by Jim Z: Aaus Dec 31, 4: Tue Jan 01, 2: Here’s a pic of the WA-2A: After a BIOS rev or two, it probably won’t matter either way in a practical sense Jan 5, Posts: Sun Dec 30, 7: Axatax Ars Praefectus Registered: