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Old 08-18-2005, 03:16 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question ASUS no good for AMD?

I heard Asus mobos are the best for Intel but suck for AMD CPUs? If this is true, who makes the best motherboards for AMD?

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I have a negative opinion on Asus products as well as MSI and Abit. I would go with Gigabyte for Intel/AMD and DFI-Lanparty for AMD. Biostar for a cheap but dependable motherboard.

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depends on which one pal yea sure some of them suck but im sure there are some goodies out there.
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