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Thread: AMD 1gig TBird on Asus K7N8?




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    sup, I have a 1Ghz AMD Thunbderbird processor and I'm wondering if I could put it in the Asus K7N8X that I just ordered. If I put it in I think I could change the multiplier and FSB down to the right speeds, correct? And what about the RAM? I also ordered 1gig of PC3200 Corsair CL2.5, if I put this in please tell me it wouldn't bring it down to the FSB of my CPU??? :cry: hehehe

    Thanks for the help!
    bagga

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    If you're talking about the A7N8X motherboard, then yes it will handle the T-Bird 1000 processor.

    http://usa.asus.com/prog/spec.asp?langs=09&m=A7N8X
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    ya it's the A7N8X, my bad. I shoulda looked on the ASUS site. DUH!

    thanks Darthtanion.


    Hey that sounds familiar.. OH! Did you used to play quake2?
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    bagga

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    Yes I used to play Q2 but the clan was Dogs of War (DWx)
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    Hmm... I seem to remember you from TOA? That cool server in texas I think. The guy was all into soldier of fortune 1. But I think that we all called you "Dar". We played with the owner of the server sometimes, his name was TheKind. He always had a ping of like 20 which sucked for us.. hehe

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    I haven't really tried it, but you could probably run it at 200x5 (400x2.5)instead of 133x7.5 (266x3.75) so you can use the fastest FSB and screw the most out of it.

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