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Created On: 02/13/2005 04:26 PM
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 02/13/2005 04:26 PM
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craigwojo
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I'm going to purchase a AMD Sempron 3000+ and looking for a motherboard for it. I've looked through the reccommended mb but still have the question of "What motherboard is the best and at the best price"
Looking for a solid motherboard with USB Booting Support and works well with the AMD Sempron 3000+.
I'm sort of a newbie when it comes to technical issues with the inners of a PC, but have a decent amount of knowledge for building the machine. (Did my last 3).
In the past I've used Abit, Tyan, Gigabyte motherboards, but I would like to hear what others have to say about the new boards out there.
Also, if you know of a good site to purchase combo units (motherboard and cpu), please post.

Any assistance will be appreciated.

Thank you,
Craig
 02/13/2005 04:39 PM
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A good overall no frills motherboard I usually recommend is the Shuttle AN35 Ultra. It's a decent price board with decent features.

http://global.shuttle.com/Prod...erBo...pec.asp?M_id=49' ">http://global.shuttle.com/Prod...d/mbd_Spec.asp?M_id=49

Check for Sempron Compatibility, last time I checked it was Sempron 2200+ ready, a quick email to shuttle and they will be able to tell you if it will take a Sempron 3000+, there should be no reason why it would not support that cpu though.

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 02/13/2005 05:09 PM
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I'll second that board.

If you want something with extra features... Then the MSI K7N2 Delta2 series would be a good choice. Gigabyte's 7N400 Pro2 has some of the extra's as well.

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 02/13/2005 05:26 PM
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craigwojo
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Thank you everyone.
I'll look into it.

Thank you,
Craig
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