The problem with the Gigabyte is it’s enormous power-distribution look at their site and some review-sites , it is the board that has been able to overclock the most of any other Socket A board. Thu Nov 13, 3: Will they be the last to support Socket-A? I haven’t tried Corsair on my MSI’s. The nForce2 Ultra was validated to operate at FSB and was also marketed to have better overclocking potential. But it won’t even do Hhz on this motherboard at I’ll soon have a stick of what they recommend, and I’ll see how it helps.
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There is something very wrong ipsr that Hub, and since I disconnected it I had less problem with restarts. Hmm, the last time I tested CL2.
MSI K7N2 Delta-ILSR, Socket A, AMD Motherboard
So I returned the CPU and reordered a new one. Now today, just some 30 minutes ago.
Don’t know if it’s an MSI but I’ll ask. Tell us there is another way Well, good to hear The DDR-voltage has only three steps. I thought maybe the USB-hub problem might have contributed. This happened to the first system built 2 days ago. So I want to keep it.
MSI K7N2 Delta-ILSR Manuals
More in this very same thread later One problem is that the fsb Athlons are newer than the Bios even on the Gigabyte. The motherboard comes with an external pass-through for two S-ATA ports with power, and cables to use them Anybody else seen something similar and knows how to get the rig going again?
Do we have to resort to Asus?
But it won’t even do Hhz on this motherboard at Not much, and Q-tec rated it as peak 20A and 16A continous Seems the Chieftec has problems with getting the momentary peaks out to serve all this at start-up. Restarts always worked before too, but there is a difference that you almost had to be there to understand. Fri Nov 07, Commodore 64 Ars Praefectus Registered: Granted, it is better than not working at all, but we were originally looking at getting semi-high performance with stock settings.
What some people have used is v. No matter if you choose the Nforce2 version or the KT only their top of the line has the DPS-system so check it out.
Please visit HWZ for the latest reviews and news. Introduction With the Ahtlon 64 looming in the horizon, it detla like the Socket-A platform is on its last lap.
MSI K7N2 DELTA ILSR and Barton + Mhz problems. – Ars Technica OpenForum
My friends Corsair-memories are due here on Tuesday, so then we can check this in greater depths, but fact is still that my Gigabyte card had no troubles at all Ok, one of us here has decided to return the Kingston memory and exchange it for Corsair. It went back, and I begged them to see that I was getting the right one this time Mar 1, Posts: And it works similarly but you do get a bit worse performance out of it since all the extras seem to demand a little extra of the CPU.
Best regards Bo Eriksson. That would be difficult to foresee since the Ahtlon XP has an impressive CPU line-up and the platform itself could easily last through the next year. Thu Nov 20, 9: Still, we cannot boot delts with FSB and synced memory Sure it was an Antec True-power PSU with all the bells and whistles, especially the pin Server Motherboard-connector was impressive.