Re: OT: Socket A motherboard
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Ron Johnson wrote:
> On 12/03/07 20:59, Sam Leon wrote:
>> Ron Johnson wrote:
>>> And *none* will have SATA.
>> Do you mean sataII? There are alot of socket A boards that have sata,
>> the nf7-s v2 included.
> I'm surprised. But then Wikipedia tells me that it's aka Socket
> 462, so it's lasted longer than I thought it did.
Why is it surprising? P4's are still alive and many have support for
SATA. I actually find my Athlon XP Barton to be more responsive than
some P4-HT that I have used. Why would it not support SATA?
Look at the A7N8X from ASUS, for example.
If you google for "socket a" +"sata", you'll get many...
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