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Canterwood boards in stock at newegg

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April 15, 2003 5:51:58 PM

<A HREF="http://www.newegg.com/app/Listproduct.asp?DEPA=&submit=..." target="_new">I thought it would be a month or more</A>

So if you're going to put a 533 MHz fsb cpu in one of these, without oc'ing, would you be just as well off to use DDR333? Like say if you had some laying around?

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April 15, 2003 9:32:29 PM

Link doesn't work...
either way when does it ship... intel is selling those type of systems also but they won't ship until may...



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April 16, 2003 1:30:42 AM

<A HREF="http://www.newegg.com/app/Listproduct.asp?DEPA=&submit=..." target="_new">Here</A> The Aopen model (in stock) has two RAID controllers, the on-chip SATA RAID and a Promise UDMA133/SATA RAID chip.

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April 16, 2003 2:43:42 AM

DOH, so what about the DDR 333? Anandtech seemed to be stating as much.



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April 16, 2003 3:46:44 AM

Yeh, it should work fine with DDR333, aka PC2700. But you'll of course want faster memory when you upgrade your CPU at the latest.

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