If not, then any of these good? http://www.newegg.com/app/ViewProduc...roperty&DEPA=0
Maybe $10 extra..would it be worth it?
First one is good for a socket A board. Excellent sound. You'll hardly need another soundcard with that one.
Second link doesn't work.
Last edited by Snee; 04-07-2005 at 10:23 PM.
Socket A CPU Althon Barton 2500. Should work goodie.
Unless you specifically want the Wifi slot or the Gigabit ethernet, you could save a little money with this Abit board. All the other features are identical, and many people think the overclocking features are better.
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Lynx's ABIT also has "Soundstorm"...reputedly the finest on-board sound for the money.
I've used both and they were functionally equivalent for my 2600 T-bred.
I never really tried to push my chip much past 2.4GB though, so the Abit's vaunted clocking headroom remains a mystery to me.
The Asus' PCB is an ugly "baby poop" brown so it does lose some style points, if that matters to you.
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Soundstorm is teh roka.
The Asus has it, but it doesn't say that very clearly on newegg.