Discussion in 'Hardware' started by G4m3R_X3r0, 21 Sep 2004.
For gaming of course, but what do you think is better??
How about neither, because Intel has the best chipsets.
Atm i would say the VIA kt800pro chipset although the new nforce3 DFI board has had nothing but praise.
So i dunno.
It depends on the platform I guess.
What we talking about here? Intel/AMD? AGP/PEG?
couldn't agree more.
K7 = Nforce2
K8 = Via K8T800Pro
Nforce 3 250GB all the way.
thats not a question
OBVIOUSLY NOT VIA
Wow, what an educated response hilmana. Your intelligence is blinding.
Wow! Constructive comment! Glad you could stop by and let us have that THRILLING insight. Im so convinced now i will never ever again consider a VIA motherboard... ever.
Oh my god, wait, gotta get the door and let in this jahova's witness. Im sure he's got something interesting and insightful to add to my life.
definately nforce for K7, not sure bout K8.
Please dont get a via chipset mobo, got with the Nforce3!!!
for athlon 64s via k8t800 and nforce3 250gb are evenly matched as far as performance, stay away from the nforce3 150 though. For athlon xp's nforce2 all the way. Nothing can beat it.
I run the DFI Lan party NForce2 Ultra Board in my PC and i love it, i just wanted to see what everyone else thinks, man i didn't think i would strike gold on a decent fourm poll... me happy
*edit* BTW Bindibadgi GO UNITED!!!
People forget the K8T800pro. And VIA have a new chipset in the midst anyway if you can wait 2 days.
I didn't know Caerdydd had a "soccer" team. And famous in the US aswell. Where have I been?
Would that chipset be their first proper PCI-X offering?
But seriously it's platform dependent, but Nforce 3 is very nice.
FOR THE LAST TIME! IT'S PCI-'E'xpress not pci-X. sorry but it's about time people started getting it right.
If VIA did release a socket 939 chipset with PCI-E support then they'd definately have the edge over nforce4 if they can get them out soon.
Although if they are only just announcing it then i guess it might not hit shops for a couple of months making it released possibly around the time of Nforce4 anyway. hmmmm
Calm down mate. PCI-E. you know what I mean.
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