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Gigabyte GA-7DPXDW+ dual amd

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Miknow

Member
Joined
Mar 23, 2001
Location
Suwanee, GA
Its a long model number but how does this mob perform it has ALOT of options like RAID ata133, LAN. should I still go with the MSI even though it dont have raid and ata133
 

Twisted

Xtreme Tech Team Refugee
Joined
Apr 29, 2002
Location
reno,nv
i have the ga..and it rocks..but if you want
oc/options go with the msi
 

cmcquistion

IT Director Senior
Joined
Oct 15, 2001
Location
Tennessee
Or get a decent 66MHz PCI ATA100 RAID card. I have a Highpoint 374 card that ROCKS! It is a four channel IDE RAID card and it is incrediby fast.
 

donny_paycheck

Inactive Super Quad Mod
Joined
Oct 25, 2001
cmcquistion said:
Read donny-paycheck's article on this motherboard.

http://www.overclockers.com/tips048/

He likes it, but admits that it wasn't built for overclocking. If you want overclocking options, go with the MSI K7D Master.

Thanks.

Yeah, it's not a good overclocking board. The MSI is the best for overclocking because it has all the features (multiplier, voltages, etc) that single CPU boards do. No other dual board has all those.