those appear to be AMD Athlon64 motherboards. I would strongly suggest you tell me your budget, and I will find you the BEST AMD for that money.varine said:Well, chances are I'm getting Foxconn WinFast NF4UK8AA-8EKRS nVidia nForce4-Ultra Chipset w/LAN, 7.1 Sound, IEEE-1394, USB 2.0 PCI-E, but I can't remember if that's compatable. I'll look that up, but I might buy a Gigabyte GA-K8NF9 nVidia nForce4 Chipset w/LAN, 7.1 Sound, IEEE-1394, USB 2.0 PCI-E Motherboard. I can't remember if that's compatable, either, but I can look that up somewhere, I think.
I have to agree with Computergen. I have the same mobo, but the SLI edition (the other was out of stock). It is an awesome motherboard, easy to setup, and if you want to play next-gen games AMD is the choice right now. The 3000+ is a great processor and probably the best bang for your buck that AMD makes. I would suggest that one if you like overclocking. If you want a great processor and you don't want to o/c it, I would suggest the 3700+ San Diego. I love mine. Oh yeah, if you are planning on upgrading in the future - go Socket 939.Computergen said:My Gigabyte GA-K8NS Ultra Socket 939 is great! Go Gigabyte! Especially with their software and dual BIOS program called @BIOS allowing you to update BIOS with a click of a button!