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# 42167 29-Sep-2009 23:50
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This is an area I do not have any clue about


Looking for a 775 socket motherboard, 


with an IDE connector, and a PCI and a few PCI-E connectors




also with room for at least 4 Sata connectors


I have heard that good to get the new ones with solid capacitors, 


dont need on board video as will do it via a dedicated card.


What is something good to use, will be with an E6300 processor


any pointers ?

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  # 259688 30-Sep-2009 12:13
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I would recommend an Asus or Gigabyte Intel P45 chipset based board. They both make a range of options with slightly different configurations.

Do you already have RAM, is it DDR2 or DDR3? If you don't I would recommend DDR2 as it's still cheaper than DDR3 and the real world performance difference is negligible for a socket 775 cpu like the E6300.

Something like this would suit your requirements (assuming you have/get DDR2 ram)

ASUS P5Q SE2 INTEL P45 DDR2
http://www.computerlounge.co.nz/components/componentview-specs.asp?partid=9433



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  # 260870 3-Oct-2009 20:33
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Are you going to overclock it?

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