Any good Rambus 800 (RDRAM ) MOBOs out there?

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All,
I did a search on NewEgg.com, and couldn't find a single MOBO that supports Rambus 800 RDRAM. I've got 768MB of RDRAM in my current 1.8Ghz Intel MOBO and it's time to upgrade to the fast lane. Any suggestions or options? I'd really like to upgrade the mobo, but hate to give up that expensive RDRAM!

Thanks in advance.

Chris
 
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SplashChris said:
All,
I did a search on NewEgg.com, and couldn't find a single MOBO that supports Rambus 800 RDRAM. I've got 768MB of RDRAM in my current 1.8Ghz Intel MOBO and it's time to upgrade to the fast lane. Any suggestions or options? I'd really like to upgrade the mobo, but hate to give up that expensive RDRAM!

Thanks in advance.

Chris
From the Rambus site's FAQ:
Q: What are the common motherboards with RDRAM technology?
A: Common motherboards that support RDRAM memory include: Abit SI7, Asus P4T533, Asus P4T533C, Asus P4TE, Epox EP-4T2A3/4/+, Gigabyte GA-81HXP, Intel 850EMV2, Intel 850GB, , IWILL P4R533N, IWILL PX400-SN, MSI 850Emax2

It's gonna be tough but see if you can find any of those. Maybe eBay?

Good luck.
 
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Gigabyte makes an awsome mobo! Check THIS one out :D

Personally though, I wouldn't buy a new mobo if it didn't have a 800 MHz FSB, I don't care how much the ram cost :cool:
 
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