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2004-08-15T15:00:35Z
http://www.asus.com/prog...m=A8V%20Deluxe&langs=01# 

ASUS A8V Deluxe.I currently have a asus A7N8X with my 2500xp and got no problems.I just want to know if gaming performance.reliability of this mobo is good.I dont care if this mobo support badly overclocking cause i dont plan to overclock.
I just want the best mobo that support socket 939 and since i got good experience with asus i wanna continue with them.I just want to know if its a good choice i am making

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2004-08-15T15:35:03Z
Yip a that's a pretty good board.
Cozmo
2004-08-16T09:55:14Z
From what I've read, it looks like it would serve my needs as well:

Athalon 64 3200, 1MB L2 cache

6800 GT

Any reason I shouldn't get this board?
Cozmo
2004-08-16T10:53:54Z
Oops, I can't get that board, I need socket 754.
SilentSpectre
2004-08-16T22:00:21Z
Just a quick word on mobos and named brands: You'd be hard pressed to find a company that constantly delivers hit mobo after hit mobo than ASUS, or Abit, etc. The big names with really high quality are usually: ASUS, Abit, Gigabyte, MSI, and DFI has been kicking butt recently from being more of a bargain board vendor of their older years. As for ASUS's socket 754 stuff, I've seen reviews claiming it's the only socket 754 (or first) to be able to run all 3 memory sockets at ddr400 speeds.
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