Which socket 939 budget mainboard do you recommen?

Hi friends,
I'm looking for a good socket 939 motherboard which is not too expensive. I don't need SLI so the motherboard shouldn't have that. It can be either AGP or PCI-x. The most important factor is "Stabality" and "Compatibility".
thanks
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  1. You really should choose either pci-e or agp before asking for a recommendation. Only one board supports both, the asrock 1695 uli board for about $70 at newegg. Only a handful of people have purchased one, with mixed results.
  2. Read the Chaintech VNF4 Ultra review at SysOpt, then decide for yourself if it's the deal of the century.

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  3. I want PCI-express of course
  4. Nicely written. For someone not overclocking that looks nice.

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  5. Yes, it's actually an extremely stable overclocker, but like I said, every time you go even a little too far (even something so simple as hanging windows before the login screen) BIOS reverts EVERYTHING. Of course after you do spend tens of hours re-entering your settings, you'll finally have a board that runs fine at super-high overclocks.

    You'll like what Foxconn does to eliminate that problem on their high-end boards, and you'll see a review with that info tomorrow.

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