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    wot is a good motherboard for 3000+ 64 venice,fatality?

    not too sure wot to do get a fatality mobo or go for cheaper option? i will want to oc my cpu but all i will be doing on pc is lil bit of online gamin , encoding burning surfin, im not loaded either ;(

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    Go cheaper, you won't need SLi so choose one out of this selection.

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    Fatility suck, too many bugs.

    DFI and asus (apart from the premium (A8N)) are quite good. Epox are nice on budgets.

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    iv got Fatal1ty an8-sli......its a good board..but dare i say gimmicky..there arnt acctually that many bugs but more "commerical features" your paying for the name, the packaging and the "preteige" of buying one and not for the permance. O/c is fairly good but doesnt top that of hte asus or Dfi

    basically if you want to sound and look "cool" go for Fatal1ty
    if you want to be cool (gettit pun ) and have better performance get dfi or asus

    yet there is less then 10fps differnce if youv got a 3000+

    if you need anymore detailed pics of the Abit fatal1ty go here:
    http://www.computerforums.org/showth...light=fatal1ty

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    so you would recomend a nforce 4 ?
    wot bout this ? http://www.asus.com/products4.aspx?m...l1=1&l2=1&l3=0

    or this ?

    http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/Produ...oductID=291356

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    Last edited by wazi; 03-02-2006 at 12:03 AM.

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    http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/Produ...oductID=265397 is a decent board.
    bear in mind that with any AMD64/nf4/PCI-E you need a decent PSU.

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