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Thread: Today's Great Motherboards

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    tesco's Avatar woowoo
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    Since there isn't much posting going on anymore, im not really learning anything about newer computer parts!

    So just for refrence what are all the best 64bit motherboards that are out now? Which chipset is the best? etc. (sorta like for 32bit amd we had the asus a7n8x, the gigabyte 7n400, and the abit nf7).

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    haha yah dude i have no idea either
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    Which socket?

    I think the DFI Lanparty is a very good socket 754 board and the MSI is highly rated for socket 939.

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    Ya sure glad I'm not in the market for something new!

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    tesco's Avatar woowoo
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    Quote Originally Posted by clocker
    Which socket?

    I think the DFI Lanparty is a very good socket 754 board and the MSI is highly rated for socket 939.
    I dunno what the sockets are either. :crying:


    and which model MSI and DFI lanparty boards?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rossco_2004
    I dunno what the sockets are either. :crying:


    and which model MSI and DFI lanparty boards?
    uhhh...i THINK the 939 socket is for the AMD 64
    if so, thats good news, cuz i can get an MSI with the 939 fairly cheap
    (but i HAVE an MSI atm [socket A] and not too sure i like it...)
    hopefully they really stepped it up on the 939 mobos....
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    The 939 and 754 are both for A64's, but the 939 is the newer socket I am pretty sure.

    But, I still dont know what chipset is the best. There is nForce3 and the Via chipset, but Idk which one is better really.
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    Idk, I think I would go with the nForce3 just cuz I love the nForce2
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigdawgfoxx
    Idk, I think I would go with the nForce3 just cuz I love the nForce2
    I would tend to agree but I have seen that one brand doesn't always have the better product. I still think it's too early to decide at this point. I'll keep watching as things develop.

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