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    Question Which motherboard would be best?

    I'm about to upgrade my motherboard and cpu but i can't decide between these two motherboards, ASUS A8V DELUXE WIRELESS, or a, EPoX 9NDA3 S939 nForce3 Ultra.My setup will be,
    1G of Kingmax DDR PC-4000
    Gainward 6800GT Golden Sample (AGP)
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    ASUS A8V DELUXE WIRELESSASUS A8V DELUXE WIRELESSASUS A8V DELUXE WIRELESSASUS A8V DELUXE WIRELESSASUS A8V DELUXE WIRELESSASUS A8V DELUXE WIRELESSASUS A8V DELUXE WIRELESSASUS A8V DELUXE WIRELESSASUS A8V DELUXE WIRELESS,
    make it clear?? yes, ASUS all the way, simply a quality company and simply quality goods. crazyly overclockable and stable too.
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    I presume you've read our reviews, but just in case:

    A8V Deluxe S939 Wireless Edition:
    http://www.hexus.net/content/reviews...lld19JRD03OTU=

    EPoX 9NDA3:
    http://www.hexus.net/content/reviews...lld19JRD05Mjc=

    It looks close cut, but I've got an ASUS board and I quite like it, though mine is an A8N SLI Deluxe, which has its 'quirks'.
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    Quote Originally Posted by trashcanmonkey
    ASUS A8V DELUXE WIRELESSASUS A8V DELUXE WIRELESSASUS A8V DELUXE WIRELESSASUS A8V DELUXE WIRELESSASUS A8V DELUXE WIRELESSASUS A8V DELUXE WIRELESSASUS A8V DELUXE WIRELESSASUS A8V DELUXE WIRELESSASUS A8V DELUXE WIRELESS,
    make it clear?? yes, ASUS all the way, simply a quality company and simply quality goods. crazyly overclockable and stable too.
    Meh wouldn't be my top choice.

    Nearly everyone I know that has reached stupid speeds with nForce3 has been on an MSI K8N Neo 2 Plat!

    It seems to be the best all round board and has great features.

    300FSB with TCCD on a MSI K8N Neo2 is easy!
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    Have a look at the Sharky extreme buyers' guide, and the latest motherboard roundup from anand...+ read anand tips and tricks for sli - dont go near it for rev1.
    dfi and msi seem great atm.

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