Re: Current best recommendation for Athlon 64 motherboard?
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Justin Crabtree wrote:
I second this.Rob Kirkbride wrote:
Axel Thimm wrote on 01/03/2005 13:42:
I bought an Asus A8V-Deluxe and built a machine around that and it works a treat. Very stable - the onboard sound and ethernet work fine too. It does have a Wireless port on it as well but I haven't downloaded the driver from sourceforge because I haven't needed to.Hi,
what are currently considered good high-end motherboards for desktop use of Athlon 64s? Chipset recommendations are welcome as well!
I've tried both FC3 and CentOS4 beta on it and it works fine.
As far as the best motherboard, that depends on what you need it for. I would recommend looking at one of the new boards based on the NForce4 or K8T890 chipsets. Both of these chipsets support PCI-Express, which if you are building a new computer is the best way to go for future compatibility. Both chipsets have a just about everything you would need in a desktop machine. Check some reviews on reliable sites like AnandTech or Tom's Hardware and good luck. HTH.
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