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Old 10-22-2006, 10:33 AM   #1 (permalink)
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i am trying to build an offardable gaming pc, and i need help trying to find a nice, cheap and relaible motherboard. i am an intel fan an would like to stik with that. please can someone suggest a gaming motherboard up to $150. i am going to be using one of the core 2 duo processors. one more thing, you know how intel makes the chipset but the motherboard says Asus or gigabyte. i want the intel chipset in a intel motherboard, not a intel chipset in someother company.
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one more thing, i also plan on watching tv using a tv tuner , so please recommend me a decent one
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may i ask why it has to be an intel board?
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P5B-E $159.99

I own it, works great, supports Core 2 Duo.
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well, there is nothing wrong with others or something likethat, but i just like intel and dont trust anyother companies
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well im not sure but i heard that intels dont support overclocking, maybe someone can confirm this?.

i would really look into other boards and read alot more and maybe you just might change your mind, and if not meh your choice
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i would suggest asus or gigabyte, theyre great mobos. stable when overclocking.
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