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Thread: Need Halp Picking A Motherboard

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    Ok, I'm new at buying motherboards so I need a little help. I have a P4 processor and I need a new motherboard cause the one i'm running on right now is crap. http://www.aberdeeninc.com/abcatg/Sock478.htm - Plz check that site out and tell me which motherboard is the best out of all the ones listed.

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    Oh and sorry for the spelling (the title)

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    what kinda price range u looking for, and what hardware u putting on it?

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    Yeah, we need some more info

    -What speed processor
    -RAM type?
    -What onboard hardware do you want (if any)(examplenboard sound)
    -Price range?
    -Case size (ATX, Mini ATX, Other) or computer model (you may not be able to just stick a motherboard in, compaq and gateway tend to be bastards about that, they make you use ONLY their hardware)
    -Do you need/want AGP 8x
    -Do you care about onboard sound quality?

    Overall, I'd recommend any ASUS board as long as it fits your needs, I've owned a few myself, and have bought a few for friends, never had a problem, decent tech support, great waranty help, and awesome features

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    You can't go wrong with an abit or supermicro, they're fast and stable

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    I would go with any ASUS motherboard. Good quality products and are high-end in technology for there newer products.

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    this is what u want right here, trust me... assuming u have $$$

    Best Motherboard, and processor around

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