IS7 or IC7-G


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Bebert

Hi,

I'm having a hard time choosing between these two mobos.

Both are from ABIT, are good overclockers... the cheaper IS7 doesn't
come with all the cables, IC7-G comes with every cable you need (even
with a IDE -> SATA adapter).

One is Springdale, other one is Canterwood.

I am getting a Pentium 4 2.4C and will seriously consider
overclocking. This will be used in a Lian-Li aluminium case with
Enermax 350W w/2 fans PS.

Any comments? Springdale or Canterwood?

Thanks.


Dave
 
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Simon

get the springdale board it has got the dynamic overclocking facility and if
used with a 2.8GHz P4 800MHz the chip will reach over 3GHz easily, but only
when you stress the chip, for example, if you are playing ut2003 the board
will make the chip overclock itself without you changing it your self

chears

Simon
 
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Anthony Albon

Will they both support the new Prescott CPU ?



Simon said:
get the springdale board it has got the dynamic overclocking facility and if
used with a 2.8GHz P4 800MHz the chip will reach over 3GHz easily, but only
when you stress the chip, for example, if you are playing ut2003 the board
will make the chip overclock itself without you changing it your self

chears

Simon
 
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Simon

I dont think so, i think the Prescott CPU is a XEON, and the Canterwood and
Springdale is the new Pentium 4

Sorry if i cause miss-understandings

Simon
 

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