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Which motherboard is better


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Peptobismol165

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I'm looking at two motherboards. Both have DDR3 RAM and can be easily upgraded to a Core i7. The one problem is which is better. These are the two motherboards I'm looking at. Please reply FAST!!! The sale ends July 4th at midnight.

http://www.newegg.co...82E16813131634R

http://www.newegg.co...82E16813131620R

Edited by Peptobismol165, 03 July 2010 - 02:27 PM.

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Hey Peptobismal165, i'm not sure what time it is over there right now (i'm from Australia) so i hope this is not too late, but the only difference is that with the more expensive one, there are more slots for PCI (so if you want to use things like TV tuners or something, plus it has an extra IDEE port) If you use those slots get it, but if you don't there is no point in paying extra. Hope this helped :)
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Thanks!
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