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Old 10th February, 2003, 07:37 PM
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NVIDIA nForce2 Perfect Platform for New AMD 400MHz Fsb

Will the 8rda+ support 400Mhz Fsb??Nvidia says support for 400 ddr fsb on the Nforce2.


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If that were true, then I must get an RMA on my 8RDA board because it can't do 200fsb without a VDD mod.

This is just PR. Unless that means an effective 800MHz fsb, then the dual memory architecture will continue to be 99% useless.
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Old 10th February, 2003, 09:15 PM
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I doubt that it wasnt a "spec" issue.

Their isn't a single brand of mobo out there using the nforce2 that hit's 200mhz fsb everytime.

Possibly it's an issue with the chips, but I don't think it's that either.

My guess it's nvidia screwing with us, soon they'll release a new chip with a different vdd spec to get 200mhz out of the chip, then everybody will have to buy new boards(or do the vdd mod) to use the new chips.
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It supports 400mhz DDR RAM not FSB, you can run the memory asynchronoisly, thats what the stuff plastered all over the box is referring to.
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Old 10th February, 2003, 09:49 PM
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I agree.. not all folks will be able to run synched is what I am gathering.
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Old 10th February, 2003, 09:53 PM
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It supports 400mhz DDR RAM not FSB, you can run the memory asynchronoisly, thats what the stuff plastered all over the box is referring to.
Dude, read the link before you spout off.

here is what the headline reads from nvidia's press release.

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Company’s Award-Winning Chipset Technology Fully Supports New AMD Athlon XP Processor 3000+ and is Designed for Faster 400MHz Frontside Bus Technology
So please read the post before you go assuming we don't know what we are talking about.
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