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Grrr, nforce2 boards are expensive!

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toastedzergling

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May 25, 2002
There will be three ABIT mainboards based on the new chipset from NVIDIA, according to the source, each of the novelties will have different price:

NF7, based on the nForce2 SPP will cost 159 Euros;
NF7-S, based on the nForce2 SPP and equipped with Serial ATA / FireWire ports will be priced at 239 Euros;
NF7-G, based on the nForce2 IGP with integrated graphics core will be sold for 179 Euros;

How much is a Euro nowadays?
 

bigfoot

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Holy crap, THAT SUX, I just checked out -Master's post about ASUS's versions, and this sux, ASUS is gona be expensive a all he** for there board equiped w/ the MCP-T and the IGP (the combo I want), and ABIT wont even bemaking one. DAMN

Excise my language but this extreamly sux.
 

Tipycol

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Aug 20, 2002
Oni said:
OC-Masters' price was Canadian Dollars. That'd be about $150 for you.

Hey, you wanna be on the bleeding edge, you have to pay for it.

Just didn't think the bleeding was going to be coming from my wallet :D
 

cursor

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$150 is not bad for a new chipset. I still say wait for the second revision. The price may edge down a bit, and motherboards are so complex, they'll work out some of the bugs.
 

Lumen

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how long do you think until the 2nd revision...
motherboards have to be near perfect for them to be considered shipable. They wont send out a product with tons of bugs because it is so vital. I would expect these boards to be really good since there was such a big delay in release:burn:
if the reviews are good, for these initial models im gonna hook up with a abit nf7 spp:p
 

EeyoreX

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Jul 5, 2002
Like Oni said, if you want to be bleeding edge... Though I really think $150 is not a bad price to pay for a brand-spanking new mainboard. Plus, you often get what you pay for, and since a mainboard is so vital, I would rather pay a few extra bux and get something (that had better be) good quality than something cheaper and questionalbe...

Just my 2 cents...

\Dan