Giga-Byte vs. ASUS

Need some info on the GA-8IRX from Giga-Byte vs. ASUS's P4B266-E. Which is best, I want to use the raid ATA133. Looking at both for a P4 1800MHz. I'd like to run the P4 @ 2000 or more, since the 1800 chip is half the price the 2GHz is... Well here in Denmark it is. Any ideas, thoughts or just anything.

thanx...


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  1. Check out Crashman's thread.

    <A HREF="http://forumz.tomshardware.com/hardware/modules.php?name=Forums&file=viewtopic&p=509210#509210" target="_new">Here</A>


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  2. I really need information on those specific boards, cause it's the boards avalible to us here i Denmark. And I'd like to know if i can push the 1800 P IV to 2000 or more.

    But thanx anyway...

    "Only fools rush in, where wise men run the hell away"
  3. Good luck, I've been looking for the info for a few days now and it doesn't seem to be out there.

    What's the frequency, Kenneth?
  4. Why are you looking at DDR boards? Is RDRAM still more expensive in Denmark?

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  5. I have the 8IRXP and it rocks. I have my 1.8a running at 2.4 at the moment. May try to go higher later.
  6. yeah, they are.
    ex.
    Apacer RDRAM 512MB 3.849 Dkr. roughly 452$
    Apacer DDR PC2100 1.789 Dkr. roughly 210$
    and...
    Kingston RDRAM 512MB ValueRAM 3.101 Dkr. roughly 364$
    Kingston DDR PC2100 512MB ValueRAM 1.525 Dkr. roughly 179$

    so I think I'm going to buy 1Gig PC2100 and not 512MB RDRAM.
    The prices here are pretty high, danish taxes and that kind of cr@p!


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  7. Heard a rumor that someone shoot through 3.2Ghz with luquid cooling, don't remember where though.

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