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Old 09-30-2004, 06:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Can anybody here tell me what AMD 64-based MoBo's are there (either socket 754 or 939) that still support PATA?

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Almost all of them do.
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Great. Thanks ag3
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What's your thoughts on this combo:-

CPU: http://www.dabs.com/uk/channels/comp...quicklinx=36T2

MoBo: http://www.dabs.com/uk/channels/comp...quicklinx=37ZZ
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Go with Abit for the motherboard.
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Yeah I've heard Abit are fast becoming more popular than Asus. But I must ask: why is this exactly?

EDIT: What do you think of this: http://www.dabs.com/uk/channels/comp...quicklinx=359V
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Asus used to be good. But not anymore.

Abit has reached the top in motherboard manufacturing. Their boards are the most powerful and stable. They are packed with the most advanced overclocking and safety features.

I could go on and on with reasons on why to stick with Abit. You will not be disappointed.
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ag3, what do u think about DFI boards?
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ag3, what do u think about DFI boards?
I would never use one.
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