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Old 10-05-2006, 12:23 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I want to build a nice system strong but low...very low cost. Ive just started and looking at some motherboards. Im having some trouble deciding between:

ASUS M2R32-MVP
ASUS M2N-E

The M2R costs more than the m2n but im trying to figure out which would be cheeper in the end. As I'd need to decide on a video card and processor can someone help me here. Ive looked at some reviews but nothing building wise to help. Please any and all help will be greatly appreciated.
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whats ur budget?
what are u using it for?
AMD or INTEL?

give as much info as possible
(also include links so we dont have to manually search for these mobos.. this makes less people help you out in the end)
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Haven't checked the M2R32-MVP, but the M2N-E seems a fairly good motherboard. If I were on my comp I'd check the specs and compare them. Some other time maybe.
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