Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by C:/NTFS, Jun 12, 2003.
i would like to know wht really good motherbords i can get for round about £100
are you looking for intel or amd based system ?
specify and we can help you out with the type of mobo to get ...
hmm , whatever I add for AMD & earlier for Intel if required :
1 . Asus SK8N-Nforce 3
2 . Abit NF7 - S
all the reviews I read about the nforce 3 it got stomped by the KT600
unfortunately we will have to wait for shipping versions of both boards to see what they truly offer...
but of course
Asus or Abit
asus is the best. and its known for that!
I have always used ASUS in the past. They're very reliable boards, and come with some of the best features.
For example, back when I bought my PIII 550, the ASUS P3B-f was undoubtedly the most feature-rich board on the market, and it still works flawlessly even now.
long time ago i was an idiot and i thought that intel made the best mobos since they make the processors, i thought like its the only original the others were fake! hehe ahhh the old days
i recommend the abit nf7-s rev2.0 for its performance and price
Are you sure that wasn't anytime in the recent past?
You know I'm kidding...
i swear i was sooo stupid when i was 5, i brought a floppy to school and asked my computer teacher to put me put put ( the talking purple car) from the mac's at school on the floppy when i had a windows machine, and the game would never fit on a floppy heeheheheheh
What kind of features are you looking for in the motherboard? SATA? RAID? Firewire? Brand wise I would say Asus, Abit (if you can afford it), gigabyte or epox (thats what I've got )
please make one choice
check out the soltek v75, been runnin faultlessly in my system for 18 months ,ddr400 +ata133 support .. seems to be growing on me
*wonders if anyone knows or cares that the thread starter is nowhere to be found*
Heh heh, yeah I noticed that too taurus. Maybe the thread starter already made up their mind....
I bought an Asus motherboard not too long ago (look at sig)
and all I've had is trouble. I'm quite mad about the fact that
I forked out money for an 8x graphics card and my motherboard is
in-compatible with it.
What about Gigabyte motherboards? They're quite good