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Discussion in 'Hardware' started by AMD_RULEZ, Nov 18, 2001.

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  1. AMD_RULEZ

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    Im about to upgrade my system and I will be utilizing a Athlon XP 1900+ I want to know a mobo that is recommended for this processor and I also want to upgrade my sound blaster live value sound card. Please post your recommendations.
     
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    AMD doesn't exactly get me excited, so I personally don't keep up on them. (sorry--just my opinion) So anyway, I tried to check their website for recomended mobos but their website is down, so I had no luck. (so I can't give you what AMD recomends) I say go at least with MSI, Asus or Abit (no less)

    I know that these are all good, but I haven't used them to be sure: (I personally suggest MSI) --includes current prices. :D

    MSI K7 Master-S 266 DDR 6341-S $265
    MSI K7T 266 Pro r RU Raid DDR $145
    MSI K7T 266 Pro 2 KT266A DDR $116

    Asus A7V 266-E KT266A DDR $185
    Asus A7V266 KT 266 DDR Socket A $154
    Asus A7M AMD 761 266 DDR $159

    Abit KG7 Raid DDR $158
    Abit KG7 266 DDR $136

    Something with the KT266A chipset would be good if you want DDR

    Good luck!

    -Mike
     
  3. AMD_RULEZ

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    thanks for the info
     
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    Hope it helped... welcome to TSG. :)
     
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