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    Default ABIT "NF7-S2G" nForce2 Ultra 400 or GIGABYTE "GA-7VT600 1394" KT600

    ABIT "NF7-S2G" nForce2 Ultra 400 or GIGABYTE "GA-7VT600 1394" KT600 for an XP1800 based system?
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    Default Re: ABIT "NF7-S2G" nForce2 Ultra 400 or GIGABYTE "GA-7VT600 1394" KT600

    nForce2 ruled in the Athlon XP arena hands down. It performs better and usually has better features as well. Oh, and the KT600 does not allow you to manipulate the multiplier of the processor like the nForce2 does (assuming, of course, you have an unlocked processor).

    Wasn't there something said not long ago about the "G" version of that motherboard sucking?
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    Default Re: ABIT "NF7-S2G" nForce2 Ultra 400 or GIGABYTE "GA-7VT600 1394" KT600

    Quote Originally Posted by Darthtanion
    Wasn't there something said not long ago about the "G" version of that motherboard sucking?
    Yes if you're an overclocker then you'll need the "NF7-S ver 2.0" as you'll be disappointed in the "NF7-S2G".

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    Default Re: ABIT "NF7-S2G" nForce2 Ultra 400 or GIGABYTE "GA-7VT600 1394" KT600

    ABIT NF7-S2G, if you're looking for performance
    Gigabyte 7VT600 is you're looking for stability (and I'm not really sure it has the advantage over the ABIT there)

    I've got one comp with the 7VT600 1394 on it, used 99% of the time for inputting digital video (hence the on board 1394) and rendering for DVD output and it does a great job at that, but it doesn't give you much in the way of overclocking.

    A friend has the NF7 and it's great for overclocking and gaming
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    Default Re: ABIT "NF7-S2G" nForce2 Ultra 400 or GIGABYTE "GA-7VT600 1394" KT600

    right! thanks for the input...
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