Crossfire / Quad Core Mobo

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WhiskeyJoe

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Hello. I just got burned for purchacing a cheap mobo. It was DoA. I am not able to return it, so i'm just saying **** it, and i'm buying a new one.

This time i'm willing to spend up to $300. I want a motherboard capable of crossfire with two HD4870 radeons. It should also have the socket 775 for an intel q6600 quad.

Any suggestions? Again, nothing over 300 please.
 

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Here's a good one: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813128331

Based on the Intel x48 chipset with 1600Mhz FSB support, 1200Mhz DDR2 support, 2 x PCI-Express 2.0 x16 slots for full CrossFire support, and lots of features and options. You also get high quality capacitors and power regulation on this board.

Normally I would recommend a Asus mainboard but a lot of people are experiencing qaulity issues with Asus motherboards, my last three were great if you don't like Gigabyte boards.
 
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