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    Hello,
    I was looking at the Aopen AK79G Max Is this worth the money and is it the best Aopen board you can get?
    -Allan

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    I fixed your link to the web site...

    Support 333MHz System Bus AMD Athlon XP/Athlon/Duron Socket A CPU
    There must be better boards. Try to find one that supprts at least 400MHz FSB.

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    wat's ur budget? there's much better mobos than this. i might now know 2 much bout amd mobos, but there's better. asus and abit and others

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    Yeh boys.
    I was quick on the draw there.
    What about this which is better Abit NF7-S or the Abit AN7?
    The An7 says something bout a secondary microprocessor called the ?GURU..
    WHat's that all about?
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    Originally posted by Virtualbody1234@14 January 2004 - 18:29
    There must be better boards. Try to find one that supprts at least 400MHz FSB.
    Depends on the CPU he has. Most "middle-range" (2500-3000 i think) are 333FSB

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    Originally posted by DWk+14 January 2004 - 21:14--></div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (DWk @ 14 January 2004 - 21:14)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> <!--QuoteBegin-Virtualbody1234@14 January 2004 - 18:29
    There must be better boards. Try to find one that supprts at least 400MHz FSB.
    Depends on the CPU he has. Most "middle-range" (2500-3000 i think) are 333FSB [/b][/quote]
    Yes, but getting a board with a 400fsb mobo, is going to help if he decides he wants to overclock. and thats one of the main reasons for buying an AMD chip, well that and the price, but they go hand in hand.
    Plus a decent board with 400fsb support isn&#39;t that expensive.
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    Take a look at the link again fellas.It says that it does support DDR400 but there are some types that may not work with it.
    Gigabyte GA7-VT600 P-L
    Athlon XP2500+ @ 3200+
    512mb OCZ DDR333 (2,3,3,7)
    Samsung SP8004h 80gig harddrive
    Radeon 9200 128 mb
    LG cdrw/dvd drive

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    Originally posted by johnboy27@15 January 2004 - 00:57
    Take a look at the link again fellas.It says that it does support DDR400 but there are some types that may not work with it.
    That would be memory, NOT FSB.
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    Oops,my bad.It was little early in the morning when I posted that.I didn&#39;t read it completely.
    Gigabyte GA7-VT600 P-L
    Athlon XP2500+ @ 3200+
    512mb OCZ DDR333 (2,3,3,7)
    Samsung SP8004h 80gig harddrive
    Radeon 9200 128 mb
    LG cdrw/dvd drive

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    Watch out for the non-standard rear-panel connector layout on that Aopen board. I notice it comes with a back-panel I/O shield, but make sure the one in your current case is removable.
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