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other than ASUS whats a good and reliable mobo compny for 754 cpus
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other than ASUS whats a good and reliable mobo compny for 754 cpus

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I had the Asus and it was good.

I found this one to be a great bang for the buck http://www.newegg.co...N82E16813180061
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Dfi motherboards are great there lanparty series own.
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Dfi motherboards are great there lanparty series own.

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Yes they are good ;)

BUT


Not for beginners :help:


There NF3 250 does have it problems :tazz:
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is Foxconn good? i found one with nearly everything ientical to my old ASUS k8v se deluxe but doulble the fsb (1600)
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Foxconn is ok :tazz:

Its striped down but it works
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scratch that me being a mong, found out you cant get ddr 2 for AMD that sucks.

Edited by warriorscot, 06 June 2005 - 07:15 AM.

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LoL, if you go with intel, the dfi boards are great also, i have one.

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No im getting a AMD 3200 venice, been reading up on the overclocking potential. Also the lan pary boards cost more than anyone elses.
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EDIT: Dont want to throw off the orignal post

Edited by OneCool, 07 June 2005 - 03:56 PM.

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Nah i didnt start the topic i posted i thought it was a different thread my bad.
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Its my fault wasnt reading the user name :tazz:
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I was just as bad as an on topic comment what ive read about dfi boards tells me that unless you are going to overclock and have a large case window to observe the pretty colours with you shouldnt buy a dfi board.
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Im not going to say DFI is bad...they seem to be doing better lately.

Ive had alot of BAD personal experience with a certain DFI NF3 250..and it just made me steer clear of them ... but thats just me :tazz:
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