[plug] upgrading to Duronfrom Sabrina
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Thu Aug 18 23:03:58 WST 2011
I have recently bought a 1Ghz Athlon (266Mhz FSB) and i look around at a
lot of reviews for boards. I ended up buying a MSI K7T Turbo which is a
very nice board. In a recent pc at uthority mag it scrored 6/6 for every
aspect. I highly recommend this board.
At 08:55 PM 30/06/2001 +0800, you wrote:
>I have the KT7A-Raid and I am very happy with it. Have been running it for
>the last 3 months or so. It is a very good board and had 4 ide port so you
>can put 8 IDE drives into it. All in all it is a very nice board.
> > > I want a Duron and motherboard as I have the rest ready to go. I'm
> > > looking for some advice on:
> > > 1) What speed chip to buy. Of course higher is better, but I remember
> > > reading that there was an increase in FSB speed between two models.
> > > Anyone know what I am talking about?
> > Darrell
> > I have a Duron 850 Abit KT7 combination as suggested by Scott. Both the
> > board and the
> > chip are well priced.
> > And as suggested I bought extra RAM with the money I saved.
> > This board also supports the the 266Mhz core in the Athalon Thunderbird
> > if you have the
> > dosh to go that way later.
> > If thats what you mean about the different FSB speeds. The Duron only
> > comes in the 200Mhz flavour.
> > Has been running about 2 months I'm pretty happy with it.
> > Mark
> > > 2) What motherboard I should buy, but I should be asking which chipset
> > > works best with Linux?
> > > 3) Anyone had any problems/gotchas using AMD chips/chipsets?
> > >
> > > Hope someone can help.
> > >
> > > Regards
> > >
> > > Darrell
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