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Old 09-30-2004, 02:08 PM   #11
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My suggestion is wait until Christmas.

More of the PCI-E will be introduced and the AGP motherboards should start to really down in price.

P4 board manufacturers.
1. ASUS - very popular and stable.
2. SOYO - excellent chipset and very stable. Good overclcking. Great options.
3. MSI - great at overclocking and getting great benchmarks. This is for someone who likes to keep the side off their computer.

Stay away from DFI, it's just for looks; very unstable in my opinion.

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