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Motherboard reccommendation

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by gkm24, Feb 9, 2005.

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  1. gkm24

    gkm24 It's My Birthday! Thread Starter

    Mar 27, 2004
    Can you reccommend a motherboard which would accept a P4 3.0Ghz 775 pin processor, ddr2 ram and sata. i am asking as my dell is giving so many headaches in trying to get a fan/heatsink that I may just as well use the parts in my old pc with a new motherboard. I have looked at the intel 915guxlk which looks fine. Trouble is, there are so many variables on the codes such as 915gevlk etc...I only want it for normal use, bit of cd/dvd writing maybe some editing. The pc is only for use in the home, no business use.
  2. Couriant

    Couriant Trusted Advisor

    Mar 26, 2002
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    These motherboards support the CPU that you have. I would recommend ASUS as I have never have heard of Foxconn, nor do i know the realibility of the INTEL boards.

    I did read somewhere on this forum that you should use an intel chipset with the CPU that you want to use for optimial performance. I'm assuming that you have an AGP video card so I defined the search to these boards. Oh, lastly stay away from PCCHIPS!
  3. rhorne4


    Sep 11, 2004
    If You Want To Build A Good Stable System With The Lga775,you Should Check Out The Intel Boards.they Are Very Stable But Not Much For Overclocking.
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