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Re: Wide open question on Motherboard

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      06-25-2003, 06:21 PM
I've been through a slew of Asus & Abit boards. These last few years, the
Abit boards bite the dust after a year (no overclocking). After switching
over to Intel boards I discovered what "troublefree" computing was all
about. I've had great success with their D815 and D845 series of boards,
and am looking forward to getting a D875 based solution topped off with a
nice 3ghz 800mhz FSB HT enabled Processor. My present D845PEBT2 is a real
performer with 100% stability. I also love their bios flash the file, run it from within windows, reboot....and
My AMD experience has been great with MSI.

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> I have built a few AMD systems. I have always used epox motherboards and
> been very satisfied. I had read at some time though they built a better
> motherboard for AMD than pentium. I am thinking of building my first

> system. I guess everything will be very similar except mounting of heat
> sink. I know this is a wide open question, but I was not sure what the
> overall opinions were on a very stable motherboard for a pentium, Looked

> intel, asus, epox, any other suggestions would be helpful. THinking of
> building a P4 system and get the chip with hyperthreading. Anything else

> folks could enlighten me on would be appreciated.
> Thanks

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