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Returning XP1800+ (box) for warranty replacement

Discussion in 'AMD Thunderbird' started by j, Jun 29, 2003.

  1. j

    j Guest

    I was talking to the guy to work out the RMA and during the conversation, he
    told me that they no longer have these processors. My motherboard (MSI K7T
    Turbo2) allows only up to the 1800+. So he asked me what I wanted to do.
    So I told him to just send me the fastest chip they have so I could sell it.
    He laughed, said OK, and wrote down something. Anyways, Im doubting that
    Ill get the top of the line, but it seems that Ill get an upgrade.

    To the point. So, i havent kept up on these new motherboards that have been
    out, but I *REALLY* like my MSI. Is there a good new board out that I can
    get for cheap with my new processor? or should I just sell the new
    processor on eBay and buy another 1800?
     
    j, Jun 29, 2003
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    j Guest

    interesting, because both my manual and the system AMD has said that the
    1800+ was the max. Well, Ill surely try out a 2600 if they give me one.
    maybe i get a 3200? ahaha
     
    j, Jun 29, 2003
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    J.Clarke Guest

    Most likely it's based on what was available at the time the manual was
    published.
     
    J.Clarke, Jun 29, 2003
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