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Thread: Best High End P4 MoBo?




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    hmmm, it says only 2100 ram supported but it also says 4.3 gb/s transfer rate...
    does it have support for HT? it says it can take 3.06, weather it has ht or not is the question.
    but other than those things, it looks like a pretty sweet board.

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    It's the Granite Bay motherboard, of the 7500 series chipsets featuring dual-channel DDR (true dual-channel---you'll need to run memory in pairs like RDRAM and SIMMs)

    Asus, MSI, Gigabyte, and Aopen also all have a Granite Bay board available.

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    Motherboard.org thinks Gigabyte 8INXP is the best p-4 board.

    http://www.motherboards.org/rank/Int...oard-rank.html
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