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Thread: MSI K7N2-L any good?????




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    I was just reading a review of this motherboard by MSI on this site

    http://www.pcstats.com/articleview.cfm?articleID=1317

    and it got a good review here (it is kinda the budget nforce2 board) i dont really care about features like network cards and firewire I just want a good tweakable bios which this one has and stability. What do you guys think ?

    anyone who has or has used this board would be a great help here thanks!

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    I just got a K7N2-L and like it very much. I had an MSI KT400 Ultra and wanted the nForce2 chipset to get dual DDR memory speed enhancement. Right out of the box I got 400 more points in 3Dmark2001se. After tweaking for a while, I got 1000 more points than my fastest run with the KT4U. Apparently, the FSB will OC straight up to 200mhz (the max) with no problems at all, but I have not unlocked my CPU yet, so have not tried that. I am liking this new board a LOT! :)
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    * AMD XP 2600+ @2277 on an MSI K7N2-L * 2x 256meg Corsair PC3200 XMS Platinum in Dual Channel mode @ 3,2,1,2.0 * ATI Radeon 9700 Pro * 4x IBM 180GXP 60gig RAID 0+1 on a Promise Fastrack100 * 1x Western Digital WD800JB 80gig with 8mb buffer on mainboard IDE *Soundblaster Live! * Samsung SW-248B CDRW with 8mb buffer * Sony DDU1621 DVDR * Enermax EG465P-VE 431watt PSU * 23.1" Sceptre X23s-Naga LCD * Chieftech windowed case with glowing ide cables * pic1 * pic2 * pic3 * pic4 * pic5 * 9700 * 3Dmark03 5432 * 3Dmark2001SE 17K club member * the sweet spot *

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    Thats the value NF2 board. We use the G version at the shop, and with the built in video and the outright performance its worth the 100 or so bucks one would spend (G is like 125)

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