Another Abit nForce 415 & MCP-D Mobo
review. By Techhard.com
But since KT333's out, I'll only have to wait a month before KT333A/400's out. Yeah baby.
Alright dammit...how much...im gonna get a NForce just to be differnt from all you Via bastards
| Asus Rampage II Gene uATX | Intel Core i7-920 @ 4.0GHz |
| 6GB Mushkin Redline (6-7-6-18)| Cooler Master V8 HSF|
| Asus Radeon 5870 | Dell 3007-WFP 30" LCD |
| Intel X-25M G2 80GB SSD| |Western Digital Raptor 150GB|
| Corsair HX620W PSU (System) | Tagan EasyCon 530W PSU (Dedicated GPU) |
| Lite-On 4x Blu-Ray Reader| Creative X-Fi Fatality Audio| Klipsch ProMedia 2.1|
| Lian-Li PC-A10 |Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit|
Abit took this chipset and created what seems to be a full featured board with the 415-D as the backbone but then added things like USB 2.0 and RAID, doesn't seem too bad but I'd like to see a side by side comparison with a KT333 chipset mobo.
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The NV7-133R is finally available. Do a search on pricewatch.
www.markonecomputers.com has them in stock and they have a good resellers rating, so go get it IA.
....gave proof through the night that our flag was still there
Hey $130 for a tricked out board is a pretty good price. I'd like to see more reviews of the NV7-133R though and also the upcoming Nforce DDR333.
I have made up my mind...I am getting an NForce for sure. Just need to take my time in getting the right one.
NForce and Tbred...Mmmmmm