Biostar M7NCD - worth buying?

Discussion in 'Biostar' started by RaOuL, Nov 7, 2003.

  1. RaOuL

    RaOuL Guest

    I am accumulating components to build my next machine and I have almost
    settled on which motherboard to buy. The Biostar M7NCD Pro seems to meet my
    needs and budget ($66.99 at newegg.com). My question is: has anybody here
    overclocked one of these boards? My intention is to pair this up with an
    Athlon 2500+ and run it somewhere near 2 GHz. Given that the CPU is 1.83 GHz
    this shouldn't be much of a stretch. I don't have any particular need to run
    at this speed, I just thought it would be cool to have a "2 GHz" machine. I
    had almost bought a 2400+ chip but would rather have the additional cache of
    the Barton...

    I have already purchased RAM (got a deal a few months ago) and I have 2,
    512 sticks of Crucial pc2100 (1 Gig of RAM!!!). Should pc2100 be a problem
    with overclocking?

    Any advice or suggestions would be appreciated....

    Thanks!
    RaOuL, Nov 7, 2003
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