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Old 06-20-2004, 02:23 PM   #1
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Question NF7-S And Golden Dragon.

Okay, i'm getting a:
Abit NF7-S v2.0 nForce2 (Socket A) Motherboard (MB-028-AB)
and for RAM i found this:
GeIL 512MB PC3200 Golden Dragon CAS2 (GD3200-512) (MY-007-GL)

Anyone used those two items together? Suitable for a 2500+ barton mobile which shall be overclocked?
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Default Re: NF7-S And Golden Dragon.

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Okay, i'm getting a:
Abit NF7-S v2.0 nForce2 (Socket A) Motherboard (MB-028-AB)
and for RAM i found this:
GeIL 512MB PC3200 Golden Dragon CAS2 (GD3200-512) (MY-007-GL)

Anyone used those two items together? Suitable for a 2500+ barton mobile which shall be overclocked?
Yeah, that'll do it nicely. Good solid RAM, and nice Processor.
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Thought as much, cool
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