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ok so i am still undecided as to what motherboard to get for my new system build..
lga 775, supportive of dual core processors
atleast one pcie port
atleast 2 pci ports
4+gb max memory, with ddr2 800
4 pin power connector
$60-70 dollars and on newegg.com

thanks people..

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Hi there

Given that you want a board from newegg and no more than $70, I would advise you pick either an Asrock (this would be my first choice personally), or an Abit or MSI board. DFI are also good but there's only one DFI board on newegg for under $70 and this has an SIS chipset (urghh). Asus can be very good as well but occasionally they seem to make a complete duffer so if you're thinking of buying an Asus board, then I suggest you research it first to be on the safe side.

Sorry I can't recommend any specific boards but nearly all the custom builds I've done recently have been AMD systems.
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Hi there,

Here is an example of what you could find. This one meets or exceeds all the specs you required.


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