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    any new Pentium m boards before christmas?

    won a 740 on ebay last week.

    now looking for a decent matx, pcie, pentium m board to come out.

    i know aopen has one but its price is stupid.

    i also know there are a few others but they are agp based.

    any news on P M mobos

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    VIA have a new chipset that supports the Pentium M. There should be mobos out before Chrimbo. Wait for the reviews.

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    about damn time too.

    dont they know a new power has risen!

    the dothan-monkeys

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    why not try a asus ct479 and a compatible Asus p4 motherboard?

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    Yeah a CT-479 + board is currently the best solution, if you want a relatively new chipset and decent overclocking options. Dedicated 479 boards like the Aopens are overpriced and underspecced.

    Read these for info:

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    The P4GD1 supports PCI express, not sure if it's micro ATX though.
    Last edited by Tak; 23-09-2005 at 07:57 PM.

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    coz it aint Matx.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tak
    Yeah a CT-479 + board is currently the best solution, if you want a relatively new chipset and decent overclocking options. Dedicated 479 boards like the Aopens are overpriced and underspecced.

    Read these for info:

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    The P4GD1 supports PCI express, not sure if it's micro ATX though.
    thanx but I knew about all that CT479 stuff already thats why I asked about new boards

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