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The board is a no frills version, and does not feature integrated graphics. The nForce was faster and more advanced, however after long delay the nForce eventually reached a market where the main competitor had now changed. Consequently, the nForce chipset was delayed yet again, and eventually reached the markets in October, albeit in limited quantities. Even so, most chipset vendors are giving their full support to Socket-A and the three major AMD motherboard chipset manufactures have all released their latest incarnations. Little things like this show how dedicated a company is to quality. The K7N2-L is smaller then most other AMD motherboards out there, so you shouldn’t have any problems installing this board into a mni tower case.

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The board is a no frills version, and does not feature integrated graphics. About Us Employment Privacy Policy. The problem seems to originate from the BIOS which was not properly optimized for the new chipset.

Consequently, the nForce chipset was delayed yet again, and eventually motehrboard the markets in October, albeit in limited quantities.

The K7N2-L is smaller then most other AMD motherboards out there, so you shouldn’t have any problems installing this board into a mni tower case. We were happy to see that MSI places a fan header just above the AGP slot, users of third party videocard cooling like the Thermaltake Crystal Orb can surely appreciate this.

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The nForce was faster and more advanced, however after long delay the nForce eventually reached a market where the main competitor had now changed.

That’s often something most other manufacturers neglect.

MSI K7N2 – motherboard – ATX – Socket A – nForce2 SPP

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With the nForce2 Ultra this time around, MSI is actively pursuing the feature-hungry enthusiasts and overclockers who would normally hunt for high-end boards with extra overclocking headroom. Performance was good, but it just couldn’t compete with VIA’s chipsets at the time.

All the headers on the motherboard are clearly labelled so you’ll know what is what, and MSI uses a good amount of thermal material between the nForce2 SPP Northbridge and heatsink.

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. Now a days, you can get an nForce2 board from any of the large motherboard manufacturers easily. Only particular RAM modules synced well with the new chipset and helped us complete our benchmark suite.

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Even so, most chipset vendors are giving their full support to Socket-A and the three major AMD motherboard chipset manufactures have all released their latest incarnations. MSI is just one of the many nForce2 motherboard vendors that has also moved forward with the new nForce2 Ultra chipset variants and has completely phased out its older models based on the initial nForce2 SPP.

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The cooler the better and you can mothergoard MSI using thermal paste. Please visit HWZ for the latest reviews and news.

Introduction With the Ahtlon 64 looming in the horizon, it looks like the Socket-A platform is on its last lap. The nForce2 Ultra was validated to operate at FSB and was also marketed to have better overclocking potential.

Check out the specifications below and go over to the next few pages to see how it compares with the recently reviewed Soltek SLFRN2. We certainly hope that this will be an issue of the past as time goes on and with manufacturers updating their BIOS consistently. Beginners Guides Cases and Access. Little things like this show how dedicated a company is to quality.

Will they be the last to support Socket-A?