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.
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
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