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Old 23rd January, 2005, 12:30 AM
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Pci-e

are there any AMD motherboard that support PCI-E yet?
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Old 23rd January, 2005, 12:47 AM
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nForce 4 boards can, but you'd be looking at Socket 939.
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Old 23rd January, 2005, 01:22 AM
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there are also boards based on the VIA K8T890 (also s939) and ati's radeon xpress 200 is due soon (possibly with s754 versions)
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Rumor has it that epox will be bringing a 754 N-Force4 mobo...we'll wait and see whether it's worth an upgrade...some 939-based boards have the same chipset as in my 754 board, and minus the dual-channel, the performance is the same. N-Force4 should bring PCI-E to 754 tho, as AMD has plans for some 25w and 35w mobile A64's. I think it's just to cover the low end of the 64-bit segment...I really think that releasing 64-bit chips so early in the game has ensured that they retain the already large market share in 64-bit that they hold in the 32-bit market. There are alot of 64-bit AMD's out there, and not alot of p-4's....


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CHIP FIRM AMD said in documents seen by the INQ that while its Lancaster 25W and 35W mobile socket 754 is scheduled for Q1 of this year, it has some other product offerings on its table
http://www.theinquirer.net/?article=20860
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