Difference between 2 Gigabyte MB's or other 939 socket w AGP

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Difference between 2 Gigabyte MB's or other 939 socket w AGP

Postby RSheasley » Sat Jul 15, 2006 11:19 am

Looking for a reliable AMD socket 939 motherboard- with AGP if possible.

Found so far in my search a Gigabyte GA-K8NSC-939 and a second one a GA-K8U-939, also considering a Asus A8V as a possible. But what are the differences in the 2 Gigabyte boards. One is slightly cheaper that the other. But both handle the 939 chips, have AGP and plenty of PCI slots, have on board sound and network.

Any MSI or other brands that have 3 year full warranties or longer that would fit the bill for an upgrade?
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Postby profofpcs » Sat Jul 15, 2006 12:29 pm

you may jump into the Asrock 939-Dual SATA2 board like this one so you can upgrade again at a later date with a newer spec PCI-e graphics card. other than that, the Asus AV8 would be my suggestion.
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Postby aussiejunior » Sat Jul 15, 2006 4:22 pm

yeah go with the asus a8v board.. hehe it's the same one I'm using right now and it's quite the lil pearler of a board... It's quite stable and not to bad for overclocking either.
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