Gigabyte GA-K8NSNXP

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About the Product

The GA-K8NSNXP is a socket 754 motherboard for Athlon 64 CPUs that uses the Nvidia nForce3 250 chipset. It has 3 DDR DIMM slots and supports FSB speeds of 800 MHz. It also features integrated audio, Ultra DMA 66/100/133, 1 AGP (4x/8x) and 5 PCI slots.

Reviews

Gigabyte GA-K8NSNXP Reviews Rating: 87 out of 100 based on 2 ratings. 3 user reviews.

User Reviews

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Problematic 5/10 jackjack5 Mar 20, 2005
Awesome Motherboad 10/10 Amd_Lover2004 Dec 19, 2004
Yummy 10/10 John Stokes Jul 21, 2004
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Meta Reviews

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Neoseeker  --- Jun 07 '04
Digital Daily  --- Jun 30 '04
Envy News 94/100 May 25 '04
GruntvillE.com  --- Jul 21 '04
Legion Hardware 95% May 04 '04
PC Stats 85% Jul 19 '04
t-break 87/100 May 01 '04
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Gigabyte GA-K8NSNXP Roundups and Shootouts

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Gigabyte GA-K8NSNXP Review Hardware Zone -- Oct 14 '04
Gigabyte GA-K8NSNXP Review Tweak Town -- Aug 26 '04

Digital Daily on

"...I would advise the overclockers to look for another board."

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Envy News on

"An overclockers board it isn’t, but if a multitude of features and a stable stock platform is more your forte, this board is calling your name."

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GruntvillE.com on

"...a very reliable product and should keep you running for years to come. Gigabyte has built their name on quality and stability, and that's exactly what they deliver with the K8NSNXP."

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Legion Hardware on

"...the K8NSNXP withholds a great amount of overclocking potential. The impressive performance of this motherboard/chipset is evident in the past few benchmarks. The K8NSNXP is certainly a far..."

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Neoseeker on

"For those that currently own NForce 3 150 or VIA K8T800 boards there is no huge compelling reason to upgrade to another 754 based board. A better choice may be to wait for the Socket 939 variants..."

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