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Where have I been?
Kniggit Feb-15-02 06:27 AM
LAST EDITED ON Feb-15-02 AT 06:30 AM (GMT)

I have obviously been way out in the wilderness here, but could someone explain the differences on cnr, amr, and acr. I know that they are communications bus for the mobo, or something like that. Last I had heard PCI and ISA connections were the standard for modems, and network cards. Could someone also give me a brief rundown on the difference between and athalon and duron chipset (if I was lookin at the same speed cpu)


2. RE: Where have I been?
lbyard Feb-22-02 01:51 AM
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I might say the same (noticed that I did not respond to your post).

>Last I had heard PCI and ISA connections were the standard for modems, and network cards.

They still are as far as I am concerned. I wrote-up a piece on riser cards some time ago, it is in these forums somewhere. Try the Site Search to the left. I would suggest visiting AMD’s web site at http://www.amd.com/us-en/. The main differences between the Athlon and Duron processors is that the Athlon has more on-die cache’ memory and is available at faster clock speeds. Larry


3. RE: Where have I been?
Kniggit Feb-22-02 02:29 AM
In response to message 0
Thanks for the info

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