Which Motherboard is best for AMD 3200+

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  1. crookbond

    crookbond New Member

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    Hi,

    I am thinking of AMD 3500+ with 1GB DDR RAM + Additional Graphics Card.
    But I am confused which motherboard would be best for this configuration.

    Should I go for bundled MSI or look for ASUS K8N4-E Delux

    Can anyone help me??


    Does AMD 3500+ supports DDR2??
     
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    if ur going for addition graphic card then close ur eyes n select ASUS A8N -E.... best performer...
    IF u r going for SLI graphics... Then ASUS A8N - SLI

    If no graphic card then A8N Vm CSM
     
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    its not the question of proci to support ddr2 but it had to do with mobo....
    currently very few AMD moboz support ddr2.... tht too for new platform ie AM2
    theres rather no(unsure) ddr2 for 939 pins....
     
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    ASUS A8N-E /A8N-E SLI are the best.............



    Only AMD Athlon64 FX 62 supports DDR2 and is socket AM2...the latest thin......
     
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    when I bought my new PC i havent found the ASUS one so I took MSI-RS482ILD and I am very satisfied iwth this . NO ISSUES .
     
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    As u said that u'll b going for a external grapix card...then look no further get Asus A8NE.
     
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