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azadder

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I was wondering if there was a website that would let me customize a motherboard...

Anyway, if not - does anyone know a mobo with these specs:

AMD Athlon 64 X2
DDR SDRAM compatible (3 or 4 slots)
AGP Bus
PNP compatible
good quality chipset
-NO video or sound (I'm going to get special video and sound cards for these)

Also, I want to have my own ethernet card...I think.. Suggestions would be helpful.

If it sounds like I don't know what I am talking about, that's because I am really new to this. Any help would be appreciated, thank you.

Edited by azadder, 25 June 2005 - 08:13 PM.

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azadder

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Anybody...? :tazz:
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im sure there are loads of boards that meet those specs buddy,

even if they have onboard sound etc you can usually disable this fully through a jumper or a bios setting,

try having a look on any motherboard site www.motherboards.org is very usefull
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It would be easier if you didnt need an agp that way you would get a more modern board i would say a nforce 3 board would fit what you want i think they come in the agp flavour.
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