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  1. bharat

    bharat New Member

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    sugest best mother board where u can have both agp and pci-16x in 939 socket for amd x2 3800+
     
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    wizrulz GUNNING DOWN TEAMS

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    budget please
    and do not go for ASROCK, keep it last option
     
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    yeah ASSROCk Sucks...
    Select frm ASUS preferably...
    second option MSI
     
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    Asrock 939 Dual SATA 2 is an excellent board.If used a modded BIOS [Which is available] and some Volt Mods,if you are hell bent,this board flies when it comes to overclocking...

    Dont underestimate Asrock,it has Asus genes in it as Eazy mentioned.
     
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    oh Sorry for tht i was not aware tht asrock is part of asus....
    i said so because every time i went assembling pc each n every dealer said asrock will suck within 2 yrs...
    so i suggested tht....
    Sorry again but its all your wish...
     
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    ASROCK IS VALUE DIVISION OF ASUS MANUFACTURING BUDGET MOBOS
     
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    Asrock boards, as a general rule, Suck, and I am speaking from experience, similar to benq drives, gr8 value for money but sucky reliability.
     
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    So which 939 board do you suggest for Bharat ? The ASROCK was the only board I know of that met Bharats requirement and this got a decent review from Anandtech - a site with good honest reviews.

    Bharat is going to want to buy a board - suggest one please - I too would like to buy a good CHEAP board in the 3.5k price range which will take my current AGP display card.

    I have used my Benq 1640 DVD Writer for a while now and I think it is the BEST optical drive I have ever used - and I have used optical drives since the 2x CD Writers many years back.
     
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