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Old 01-19-2007, 04:40 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi i just cant choose what motherboard to get because its not simple enough, some wont let you overclock some will, some dont monitor system temperature ... some do ect ect.

So anyone in the know on motherboards should be able to help.

Can someone Please.. Please..Please try and find a motherboard on that Page for £65 of less which support 667mhz ram, SATAII,Overclocking, Core 2 Duo, Temperature Monitoiring.

They should all support C2D because im on the C2D Page .


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