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Old 11-14-2005, 08:29 PM   #11
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That one is nice too but if the case you have has a window I wouldnt really want to see that thing inside. But it is still a nice board.
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or this...this would save me tons of money and so far everyone seems very satisfied with it
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813128307
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Old 11-14-2005, 08:47 PM   #13
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Well that one only has AGP and that is starting to become outdated so I would look for somthing that has a pci express x16 slot
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http://www.newegg.com/product/produc...82E16813131569

what about that board....I know its a little more expensive and would like to find something cheaper........

I need all of your recommendations....Give me 2 or 3 to pick from so i can choose the most reliable
Thats the same board I have. I have the same processor you will get (3500). I can run it at 2.7GHz w/ that board.... It also has this option called AI. AI can let the motherboard overclock your comp by up to 10%. If you want to save lifetme on your CPU, there is an option called AI N.O.S. if you're running a 3d game it automaticly overclcoks your comp for the best stable performance. Despite what some people dsay, this board is beautiful. I have a see thru case and I usually die in games because I'm so busy watching the motherboard and all the fans.
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Old 11-14-2005, 08:57 PM   #15
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welll if i do go with that mobo i do need to cut down on my ram price a little.....i was looking and was a little excited when i saw this....Is this stuff good or should i stay away....most everyone seems to be happy....And it'll save me about $35 without the MIR...
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or this would work too...
Which do you all think is better....I might overclock but nothing dramatic...just to play a little....
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Thats the same board I have. I have the same processor you will get (3500). I can run it at 2.7GHz w/ that board.... It also has this option called AI. AI can let the motherboard overclock your comp by up to 10%. If you want to save lifetme on your CPU, there is an option called AI N.O.S. if you're running a 3d game it automaticly overclcoks your comp for the best stable performance. Despite what some people dsay, this board is beautiful. I have a see thru case and I usually die in games because I'm so busy watching the motherboard and all the fans.
No offense but how can brown look nice in a computer case? And golf addict if you dont plan on doing much overclocking that memory will be fine.
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no offense $30?

i would spend it. cuz everytime ur computer is locking up or slwoing down you will curse urself for not getting the faster one

well not really but i would pay the 30

and golf addict73 what duz ur sig mean?
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well....i ordered my computer parts....
Abit AN8-ultra 939
Patriot signature series (2x512)
AMD athlon 64 X2 3800+
seagate barracuda 80GB serial ATA
samsung black 1.44mb floppy
lite on black IDE cd burner
Sapphire radeon X300SE 128MB

Thats my new rig...i don't game so i don't care about the vid card...i'll update my sig when i get all the stuff
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Old 11-24-2005, 09:40 PM   #20
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I like that Abit motherboard. It's a good performance board to me. I would get the Abit Fatal1ty, but that's for hard core users. That system should last you a good year or two. Can't wait for Socket M2 to come out along with DDR2 SDRAM to go with it. I would also like to see games and other software provide dual core support, dammit. Hardware is exceeding software. Come on lazy programmers. Get with the program.
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