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    P3 mobo?

    a friend of mine needs a new mobo, he's running a P3 socket 370. i don't know anything about socket 370 boards. anyone have any suggestions?
    Athlon II 425 (X3) @3.3 for now

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    Senior Member DaveB's Avatar
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    Tell him to get a Tualatin compatible board based on the 815e B-stepping chipset so he can upgrade later. He can pick up a Gigabyte GA-6OXT for only $78 over on Pricewatch. A Shuttle AE25 is even less, $75. Both can be overclocked if he's so inclined. He can pay $110+ for an Abit ST6 board but I can't see why he would want to.
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