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Old 02-06-2004, 08:37 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi,
I have a Lonely Intel Celeron 1000 mghz Chip and I am looking for a home (mobo) for it, The mobo needs to have SD Ram. Can anyone suggest a home for it?

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ABIT ST6 (i815EP)
ABIT VH6-T (VIA Apollo Pro 133A)
ASUS TUSL2-C (i815EP)

Regardless of whether that Celeron is CuMine or Tualatin, all the motherboards above will support both types of processors.

The serious bottleneck with the i815 is that installable memory maxes out at 512 MB, but in most respects, the compatibility rating is higher than VIA's.
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Thanks mate!!!! Most appreciated! So which Mobo would you go with, if money wasnt an issue?
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I'm partial for either the ST6-RAID or the TUSL2-C, but I tend to lean toward the ST6.
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