Shuttle MN31N board

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I want a decent board that has integrated video as well as audio and I've
been looking at the Shuttle MN31N (at newegg for $80).
It looks pretty good and I was wondering if anyone has any first hand
experience with this board.
I want to pair it with a Barton 2500+ cpu.

If not Shuttle then can anyone recommend another decent AMD board with
onboard audio/video for about $100?

Thanks,
Walter
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  1. Archived from groups: alt.comp.periphs.mainboard.shuttle (More info?)

    Check out the Biostar M7NCG400 at newegg.com. $66.00 bucks with free shipping.
    includes nforce 2 chipset, up to 400 mhz bus speed, IDE 133, geforce 4 video
    and onboard sound and LAN. I used one and it works great!!!
  2. Archived from groups: alt.comp.periphs.mainboard.shuttle (More info?)

    Actually the Shuttle board you mentioned would probably be just as good. The
    bad thing about the Biostar board is that it did not come with a back plate and
    the manual was really horrible....
  3. Archived from groups: alt.comp.periphs.mainboard.shuttle (More info?)

    MSI also has a Nforce2-gfx4 based board with dual channel ddr400 that I have had no
    problems with and the documentation and package overall is excellent. I believe it is the
    K7N2R-XX, where the xx is the identity of the optional features like modem and lan and
    raid. I have made many systems from these and the previous versions of this board
    (GFX-2/DDR333), no failures, no weird issues, has been very stable and reliable. FYI

    On 07 May 2004 21:29:57 GMT, mf256@aol.com (MF256) wrote:

    >Actually the Shuttle board you mentioned would probably be just as good. The
    >bad thing about the Biostar board is that it did not come with a back plate and
    >the manual was really horrible....
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