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    This thread is about the new mother boards which can support Hyper Threading Technology.
    I want to buy a mother board which can support HT Technology.
    Does any one know any good mother boards?

    Gigabyte - 8PE667 Ultra is my choise

    These are some of the mother boards i already know about -
    Gigabyte - 8PE667 Ultra/Pro
    Asus P4PE
    Albraton PX845PEV PRO/PRO II
    MSI 845PE Max2-FIR
    A-but BD7 II


    Which motherboard will you choose? :flames: :D

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    I would probably take the Asus or wait for the Epox ones to come out.
    Otherwise I would also wait and see what kind of performance Granite Bay motherboards will give when reviews come out this week. Dual DDR should be interesting :lips:

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    I would wait two to three months and see if manufacturers can get the Granite Bay to support PC 3200 or 2700 at least.

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    :eek: i c ............ so you guys might as well wait............
    i like the epox mother boards........ i have 2 of them in my house and they both give the max. performance....... best in stability and overclocking too..........
    just have to wait for thoes mother boards........ i think that epox should build there mobo's fast like Asus. :D

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    Sure are, I have several too :).

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    I just got the ASUS P4PE and it's a great board. I didn't go with the Gigabyte board because I read an article (going around on TweakTown) that was saying there were some problems when using more than one stick of RAM. I have had absolutely no problems with the ASUS board.
    <h6><font color=black>P4 2.53Mhz cooled by <a href="http://www.thermaltake.com/products/orbs/dragon478s.htm" target="_blank"><font color=green>TT P4 Dragon HSF</font></a>
    Asus P4PE 533Mhz fsb board w/<font color=red>Tt</font color> Tiger Orb chipset HSF
    Samsung 512MB PC2700 DDR333 Cas 2.5
    WD 40GB 7200rpm HDD
    Seagate 40GB 7200rpm HDD
    VisionTek G4 Ti4600 w/<font color=red>Tt</font color> G4 Copper VGA HSF & RAMsinks
    Using nVidia 42.68 Dets w/DX 9
    Samsung 16x DVD
    Lite-On 40X12X48 CD-RW
    Creative SB Live 5.1 X-Gamer
    Creative Inspire 5.1 Speakers
    <font color=red>Tt</font color> 420 watt PSU w/dual fans
    Viewsonic G810 21" CRT
    WinXP Pro Corp w/SP-1

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    Roger That!
    yo.......... i'm just scared about that problems w/ memory gigabyte mobo is having............ darn ...........
    i thought that the asus mobo needed some tweaks for the memory in bios i think............. cuz i saw it on that gigabyte - Asus review .. http://tweaktown.com/document.php?dT...d=399&dPage=13

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    The only thing I tweaked in the bios for memory was changing the Mhz from auto to 333. That's it. I did briefly try some OC'ing to see what I could get out of the board. I was able to get the FSB to 162Mhz and memory up to 350Mhz. It was very stable too.
    <h6><font color=black>P4 2.53Mhz cooled by <a href="http://www.thermaltake.com/products/orbs/dragon478s.htm" target="_blank"><font color=green>TT P4 Dragon HSF</font></a>
    Asus P4PE 533Mhz fsb board w/<font color=red>Tt</font color> Tiger Orb chipset HSF
    Samsung 512MB PC2700 DDR333 Cas 2.5
    WD 40GB 7200rpm HDD
    Seagate 40GB 7200rpm HDD
    VisionTek G4 Ti4600 w/<font color=red>Tt</font color> G4 Copper VGA HSF & RAMsinks
    Using nVidia 42.68 Dets w/DX 9
    Samsung 16x DVD
    Lite-On 40X12X48 CD-RW
    Creative SB Live 5.1 X-Gamer
    Creative Inspire 5.1 Speakers
    <font color=red>Tt</font color> 420 watt PSU w/dual fans
    Viewsonic G810 21" CRT
    WinXP Pro Corp w/SP-1

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