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kingcobra

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Can someone tell me some of the Better mother boards for the athlon 64.. Im going to be building one. And id like to find out which ones are better .. Thanks
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Hi,

Abit, Asus, Msi all make fine boards and I am sure others will add to the list so maybe you should mention what features you are looking for or what the computer will be used for so others can make more detailed recommendations.

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Its gonna be used for gaming on the internet . I do a lot editing of pictures . And just the other basics .. But i want a realtively fast board.. I heard some bad things about the abit.. though..not sure which boards they had..
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Abit are very good. I have three friends who all have the AV8 3rd Eye Abit board. Reliable, Easy to overclock, takes up to 4096MB RAM, show temp readout and fan speed, very nice board, £69.00 from ebuyer.
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my uncles friend built my computer and he bought me all my parts that he said would be good for gaming, one thing he told me was if for gaming i should get a gigabyte motherboard and and amd 64 processor he says there stable and great for gaming and won't let you down.
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