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Old December 14th 04, 12:43 PM
Christo
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Default Abit VA-20

this is an mATX board, just wanted to know can this board allow you to
adjust fsb settings and multiplier/voltage?

Thanks (in advance)

chris


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Old December 14th 04, 02:55 PM
Christo
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"Christo" wrote in message
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this is an mATX board, just wanted to know can this board allow you to
adjust fsb settings and multiplier/voltage?

Thanks (in advance)

chris


and does this board Asus A7S8X-MX

i am planning to make a system with mobile athlon processor and want to be
able to OC it, also hoping to get it into a cube case


 




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