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what is the best gaming motherboard?


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petergiblin

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I have decided my motherboard is broken, so I need to get a new one. I currently have:

LGA775 Intel P4 3.4
600watt psu
1 Gigabyte ddr2
Nvidia 6800ultra - pci-e

I need a motherboard that is good for gaming, so it needs to have good overclocking and preferably some good on board cooling, I'd like the abit fatality aax8e because it has everything I need but I can't find it for sale anywhere!. I only really want 1 pci-e slot (i am replacing rather than upgrading), but if I have to buy one with two I don't mind If anyone could help it'd be really good :whistling:

I don't want to spend loads of money, so a absolute maximum of £150
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warriorscot

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http://www.overclock...therboards.html are probably the best place to find boards they only stock decent stuff and its easy to find things, unfortunately most retailers arent restocking the oldre chipset boards like the A8s from asus in favour of the new core 2 compatible models which are also a bit more expensive although a good upgrade choice as it means you can upgrade to core 2 later or quad core at the end of the year.
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