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Thread: What is a good mobo




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    Hi everyone,
    Im thinking of building a new system and im planning to get AMD xp 2100+ . I just wondering wat is a decent mobo for this chipset and price range is $150 or less that support ddr ram anywhere between pc2100 to pc2700
    Thanks

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    What nationality currency are we talking here?

    If it's US Dollars, then you have a whole field of choices. Just get something that operates on the KT333 chipset and has the options that you're looking for onboard.

    If we're talking Australian Dollars, then you're going to be looking at something a bit more "low-end".
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    Well my personal fav is the MSI K7T266 Pro 2-RU,great board,never fails,and looks nice as well!!

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    I've got the same board as above, but minus the RAID.. and I agree. It's a good little board.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darthtanion
    What nationality currency are we talking here?

    If it's US Dollars, then you have a whole field of choices. Just get something that operates on the KT333 chipset and has the options that you're looking for onboard.

    If we're talking Australian Dollars, then you're going to be looking at something a bit more "low-end".
    Way to dis the aussie dollah :(

    hmm, i guess we kinda deserve it. I mean, we did vote our stupid PM in....

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    I wasn't trying to play down your currency, but was pointing out the fact that with conversion rates as they are, the choices would be much more limited if we were talking Oz bucks. Last I checked, the Australian dollar was worth in the vicinity of US$0.50 or so.
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    Yeah I know. Wasnt having a go at you. Just annoyed that because of our dollar, we get to only look at 'low-end' stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darthtanion
    I wasn't trying to play down your currency, but was pointing out the fact that with conversion rates as they are, the choices would be much more limited if we were talking Oz bucks.
    That's an understatement. can we actually get motherboards for $150 AUS or less?!?

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    yup, only just though, and they are usually the microatx boards, only usefull for clay traget shooting.
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    well, grab a couple.. we'll put them in the vid.

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