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Thread: What mobo for a AMD XP 1900+ ??




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    Let me rephrase that term and use "High Quality" since it is more in tuned with my meaning. Antec power supplies are very stable, quiet, and have a long life. They also provide a very steady flow of power so that your components won't be going crazy.

    Here's an example of one of their units:
    http://www.antec-inc.com/product/powers/pp412x.htm
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    I'll second that one. Antec makes very nice PSU's.

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    Well, if you ask all the regulars on their motherboard choice they will probably all give a different answer :laugh:

    I have always been served well by AOpen motherboards, never had a single one fail on me, and that's a lot of boards! The AK77 Pro "A" is the standard model based on the VIA KT266A chipset, and the AK77 Plus "A" features onboard Promise IDE RAID. Make sure to get the "A" version of the board, because the version without it is based on the older VIA KT266 chipset, which was slower and had a few little incompatibilities.

    But virtually any board with the KT266A chipset should serve you well - don't waste time and money on the KT333 ;)
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