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NF7-S 1.2 and running XP2600+ slow

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Old 02-10-04, 12:15 AM Thread Starter   #1
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NF7-S 1.2 and running XP2600+ slow


Well I just got a NF7-s v1.2 with a XP2600+ in a trade from a friend, I tryed it with XP and win2k but it just runs slow, fired up sisoft sandra and it runs slightly slower than a xp2200+, I even overclocked it to 2300mhz and it still lagged behind in sisoft. What can it be? I even ran it on a 200 fsb at 2200mhz still came out slower than a plain old 2600+.
I tryed the V 10 bios and also the latest V 23 bios but same results.
Any ideas? Im using one stick of Geil PC3200 memory, though that runs fine its just the CPU running slow.
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