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Thread: Should off Shelled out the cash for the 8rda+




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    Seems like the extra 20 bucks are some what worth it. Yesterday i put in the 2500+...and everything was great...but i can only change the FSB from 100/133/ and 166. There is no user define or anything like that...the only other thing is the "RaTio" but i dunno know if that s a multiplier setting or what?:cheers:
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    So what motherboard are you comparing the 8RDA+ to here?
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    I'm Sorry for that...i am comapring the Regular 8rda that doesn;t include nic, or seial ata raid ...to the +.:)
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    Spendin' those few extra bucks for the plus is well worth it in my books but it doesn't have Serial ATA though it does have firewire.

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    Correct me if am wrong, but the '+' version only gives you the add-ons, it won't do anything for the FSB settings Flaco is mentioning.
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    All FSB and memory settings are changed in the advanced chipset features and the memory has to be set to SPD to bring up the full range of adjustments. This is the same for both versions of the board.

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    I mean i don't see any user define FSB...
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    switch from "Optimal" to "Expert" under Advanced Chipset to allow FSB manipulation in 1MHz increments

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