Results 1 to 17 of It is called also Cambrian, and by many geologists is separated from the Silurian. One of my suppliers is making me wait for an order I placed more than a week ago and customer is waiting too to pay for the parts. So it might not be the good Overclocking machine you think. I think you mean “paramount’, or perhaps ‘primary’. The time now is Originally Posted by The Grammar Police.
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So it might not be the good Overclocking machine you think. I think the Tyan is better for an enthusiast beause you have more flexibility with the PCI slots. The above is the raw, un-previewed version of my post.
Coug, why don’t you order one and see if you like it. Also, I was not impressed with the onboard sound on the Asus so I didn’t really want to have to pay for that. The reason why I’m interested about the Asus or Azoose?
One of my suppliers is making me wait for asks order I placed more than a week ago and customer is waiting too to pay for the parts. You will then be able to make a better decision. It is called also Cambrian, and by many geologists is separated from the Silurian. The time now is Originally Posted by flagreen.
Mein Elefant hat einen Kater. There are currently 1 users browsing this thread. I hate to be in this position and I’m currently looking for a better main provider.
Asus A7MD with audio and LAN, how good compared to TYAN?
Of course, I wouldn’t put overclocked CPUs in a box where reliability and stability would be primordial, but for other purposes maybe customer would be fully aware don’t worry. On the other hand, seeing as this is an ASUS board we are talking about, and given my very low opinion of Audoi current offerings, perhaps ‘primordial’ is appropriate after all.
Originally Posted by The Grammar Police. I heard a bunch of horror stories about this 7am266 in the past, but some Disney-like tales too. What I’m asking for is: Results 1 to 17 of I’ll stick to the TYAN then. Originally Posted by CougTek. You can now all have an idea of my poor real-time written english quality. Timwhit, I currently don’t have much time to test hardware and I’m rather short on cash waiting reply for an increase credit margin, currently too limited if I receive a big order.
All times are GMT The way I see it is that it’s a bit picky on certain components memory or graphic cards? On paper, it looks like a damn good x7m266.
Tries hard to find grammatical error in Clocker’s post to pick on. If the Asus has vcore adjustment for both CPUs it might be a little more interesting but, in my case, I’d stick with the Tyan given I know how great it works Artillerie-Kommandeur von der Sprachwissenschaft Polizei. My current one is cheap, but slow to deliver. GP, I really think you shoud stop giving Cougtek a hard time. Originally Posted by Prof.
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But then, on the other hand, Cougtek is a fundamemtally nice man. You know Clocker is right.
I accidentaly hit “submit” instead of “preview”.