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CyberFed

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Ok in one of my engineering classes a really hot girl overheard me talking about overclocking to some buddies of mine, and she asked me if i knew about any good dual AMD XPchip mobos, i dont know jack about amd so i need some help, she isnt overclocking, just wants a fast rig to do editing and stuff...shes really hot guys help me out!!
 

TheFrag

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Aug 8, 2002
you can use dual XP's, but you jave to connect the l1's or l2's (forgot). It is really cheap to get 2 xp1600's fron newegg, a single mp would prolly cost more than the two combined
 

cerberus

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Oct 21, 2002
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Clemson, SC
u have a hot girl in ure engineering class? hell i saw like 2 girls ever in mine and god knows they werent even thinking about the remote possibility of pretending to be mediocre much less hot...
 

bizkit

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Jul 3, 2002
Cool man good luck with the hottie.

XP's can do dual but I wouldn't risk it, Get a couple of MP's and either the ASUS or the IWill Dualie boards.
 

flixotide

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Oct 29, 2002
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Xp's in DUAL is a definite NO-GO in my book... go for the MP's, I doubt she'd loose any performance in that..... otherwise you can always tune her up..... I mean... tune it up :D
 
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CyberFed

CyberFed

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well she hasnt bought the chips yet so i'll tell her to go MP and i'll check out that mobo as well, yea jman its RARE to find a hot girl or let alone any girls in my engineering classes, but shes there, her name is Courtney shes 20 a Aerospace engineering major, single, about 5'10 i'de say about 125 lbs nice a$$, dirty blonde hair, decent size (and shaped) jugs....a present from the heavens i must make my move soon!! :D thanks folks i'll impress her on tues when i have the class again with lots o info.
 

dxiw

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Feb 7, 2002
CyberFed said:
well she hasnt bought the chips yet so i'll tell her to go MP and i'll check out that mobo as well, yea jman its RARE to find a hot girl or let alone any girls in my engineering classes, but shes there, her name is Courtney shes 20 a Aerospace engineering major, single, about 5'10 i'de say about 125 lbs nice a$$, dirty blonde hair, decent size (and shaped) jugs....a present from the heavens i must make my move soon!! :D thanks folks i'll impress her on tues when i have the class again with lots o info.

drool
 

EyelessFace

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Apr 22, 2002
Location
West Virginia
Recommendation:

MSI K7D Master L

2 x MP 1800+ (for warranty)

-or-

2 x XP 1600+ (mod the L5, read faqs in SMP forum)

512 MB DDR PC2100 Registered Crucial (If she has the money 1 GB should do, just get a 1 GB stick if possible, should be cheaper than 2 x 512 MB sticks)

You really cant go wrong with K7D Master L, as it has a built in LAN (frees PCI slots for any extra cards she may need).

Hope this helps...
 

attack

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May 23, 2002
head over the the SMP, you;ll get much better advice. The best deal would be find a K7D master, non L preferably (cheaper) and only difference is no onboard LAN (save 30 bucks and spend 5 on a LAN card). XP's are easy to enable to do MP. Show her what it involves and if you don't have the tools or havn't done it then I wouldn't risk it on someone elses CPU, but if you've done it before it's much easier then doing L1's.