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NForce2 mobo hits Singapore

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dreamie

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Shops in Sim Lim Square, Singapore, sometimes list items which have yet to hit their stores in their pricelists to attract customers.

Audigy 2, AXP 2400+ and Pentium 4 3.06GHz CPUs are the recent list-before-it-arrives items they have listed.
 

Robin Hood

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dreamie said:
Shops in Sim Lim Square, Singapore, sometimes list items which have yet to hit their stores in their pricelists to attract customers.

Ah - Sim Lim. I built my first four machines (still using three of them) from parts bought in Singapore - lived / worked there from 93'-98'.
 

rickd

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Kinerry, not a abit fan whys that problems or just like MSI I have my Abit kx7-333r runnig stable at 194FSB with a 1600+ and love this mobo :)
 

Tipycol

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OC Detective[/i] [B]For those requiring a conversion to US dollars the price quoted is approx 120 for the standard and 136 for the pro version.[/B][/QUOTE] Seems like the boards will be $30 cheaper than we expected (Hopefully) [QUOTE][i]Originally posted by rickd said:
Emericana, do you know what abit is called yet Thanks

Xbitlabs says it will be called the NF7
LINK
 

Tipycol

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Kinerry said:
just my experience, msi and belkin have the best internal wiring, software is too consumer friendly though, so i just do it all manual

What do you mean it's too consumer friendly?
 
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dreamie said:
Shops in Sim Lim Square, Singapore, sometimes list items which have yet to hit their stores in their pricelists to attract customers.

Audigy 2, AXP 2400+ and Pentium 4 3.06GHz CPUs are the recent list-before-it-arrives items they have listed.
Dreamie as you live there maybe you can check it out? I wont be down there until mid December (Xmas shopping!) - most of my current setup was bought in SLS - its way better than anything KL has to offer.
 

Oni

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How come you guys are so interested in being guiney pigs, and paying for the privledge? Let everybody else get the first run boards, and wait for the next revision or two to pick one up. That way, all the bugs have been worked out AND they'll be cheeper!

Win-win! :)
 

dreamie

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Dreamie as you live there maybe you can check it out? I wont be down there until mid December (Xmas shopping!) - most of my current setup was bought in SLS - its way better than anything KL has to offer.

Well I have the hard copy of Cybermind's pricelist here and under "AMD Duron/Athlon Mainboard", I see 2 Leadtek boards.

Leadtek K7NCR18D (nForce2-S/AGP8X/DDR+400+LAN [goes out of the paper:p ] ) $219 (In Singapore dollars)
Leadtek K7NCR18D (nForce2-ST/1394+LAN) $249

I expect prices to rise around Xmas time.

Cheers!

edit: Cybermind is the appointed Athlon Center in Singapore, though I have heard lots of people from other forums complaining about the bad RMA service this shop provides. They dun even have 2400+. Their highest end AMD CPU is the 2200+
 

EluSiOn

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ahhh.... singapore...

mary kikitaya.. singapura....

ha... i forgot how to sing singaporean anthem..... lived there between 91 to 95.... can't buy buble gum but holy cow, the place is much cleaner than my own bedroom now....