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April 27, 2003 11:31:18 AM

hi, i want to buy a newboard for my p4 2.4ghz 533mhz,and which of these two boards are good for overclocking ??
1-Asus P4PE or Asus P4Pe BP
2-Intel D845 GEBV2

And if i buy one of these m/b i need new rams,since they can run ddr333....so i will get a TWINMOS 512ddr 333...my questions is will this ram allow me overclock to 2.8ghz without any problem ?

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April 28, 2003 2:26:21 AM

It's a little late to be asking about old 845 chipset boards when the 879P Canterwood chipset boards are already available, clock much higher, support future processors, and perform much better.

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April 28, 2003 8:28:02 AM

it might me late , but i cannot the new board .. you that it costs around 245$ ? in my region :(  . i will not pay all that for a board..and besides this board can support 3.2ghz i think its enough ,right ?
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April 28, 2003 3:46:10 PM

It depends what your needs are... providing you don't need a top of the line board and aren't planning to succesively upgrage your system.... either of those boards should be fine...



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April 28, 2003 6:51:57 PM

In the U.S. the ones with all the features cost about that, but the ones with fewer features cost around $150.

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