Dec 2, Posts: Sat Dec 29, If it can use 8GB, how? Nov 7, Posts: Originally posted by Dandy Warhol: Also, that has got to be the lamest review ive seen all year.
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Asus A7MD Dually – Ars Technica OpenForum
Yes, that what i was saying about the interesting aspects of their DDR usage. The Abit WA-2A is a server board; according to Abit’s own representatives, it is not an enthusiast board.
Theres a complete waste of a 64 bit slot. Dinglehoser Ars Tribunus Militum Tribus: Both are completely different designs using completely different chipsets. Screenshot shown below from current A7MD bios: Jul 21, Posts: While they were playing with the Thunder, i was playing with the MSI I definitely see this as a bad move on the part of Asus.
In other words, they say it works and that’s about it. Fri Dec 28, 9: I can’t wait to see this new A7MD Mon Dec 31, wsus Axatax Ars Praefectus Registered: I am curious if there are any that will fit in my second-generation Koolance case which should have no trouble with two 2GHz Athlons, according to Koolancewhich can accomodate motherboards up to Sat Dec 29, 4: I would rather see Asus atleast ignore the overclocking community.
I dunno, Asus boards have always worked for me Tue Jan 01, 1: Your a Asus whore Jim, are you going to pick one of these up? More then a Pooch screw. Mar 18, Posts: Sun Dec 30, 9: It hit Hong Kong and Japanese computer stores this weekend, and should be in the hands of U.
You think businesses actually put Abit boards in servers? They are at least on Rev 4. Dec 2, Posts: I’m not knocking Abit, but this seems like a silly assumption. More like an overpriced paper weight which inhibited overclocking.
Dec 7, Posts: Apr 21, Posts: According to Asus’s page right herethe A7MD zsus For the most part, seems to have quite a few features and the use of DDR was quite interesting. Nov 7, Posts: Is this a personal setiment or do you know of a awus of this board? Even so, I wouldn’t go booting up your machine without a heatsink–that will still [almost certainly] fry your processors.