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Nforce microATX?

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Senior Member
Jul 28, 2002
Boise Idaho
Looking to build my self another LAN rig and would love to have an Nforce mobo running it, the only problem is it needs to be micro/mini ATX. I was just looking for input on which board y'all would recommend if one is even made. AGP 8X and dual channel DDR would be a bonus too, It only needs the AGP slot but a PCI wouldn't hurt. Also if y'all have any recommendations for case to fit it I would appreciate it. Thanks all!!


New Member
Apr 16, 2003
The asus a7n266 is a good board. I'm using it an a HT pc and it works great. The optical Dolby digital outputs are a bonus for what I use it for.

AC Slater

Nov 4, 2002
That a7n266 is just an nForce1 board though. It won't have support for dual channel. The NForce2 mATX boards that I know of are the Chaintech 7NIF2-SUMMIT NFORCE2/IGP, Shuttle MN31N, Biostar M7NCG, and the Aopen MK79G-N. All the other NForce2 boards I know of are all ATX.


Inactive Moderator
Jan 13, 2001
Minneapolis, MN
small form factor rocks. You may want to look into a SN41G2 by Shuttle. I own one and my experience with it thus far has been 100% positive. I still need to get a serious videocard for it though. Looking at a Radeon 9500 Pro or maybe a Ti4800.