I dont plan on overclocking too much if at all. Ram is DDR 400/ 3200
My main concern is the pci-e slot. But of course I would like the best board in terms of performance for the money. It doesnt have to have any special features, just a basic board. If it does have the extra features, I guess it is a bonus
Hi, I'm also looking for a slot 754 mobo with pci-express. I took a look at the epox mobo posted in this topic and the reviews are very positive. I don't know anything about EPoX, is it a reliable brand for motherboards? I don't plan on using dual video cards, and reviewers have said it can only run a single card at 8x. Will this be an issue?
Currently I'm using a Anthon 64 3000+ with 2 512 sticks of DDR 400, Corsair valueselect memory. I also using 1 sata hard disk (no raid), 1 IDE hard disk, and 2 burners. My current mobo is made by Asus, so I also took a look at this motherboard.
Whoever said that doesn't know what the hell he's talking about. Yes, you can use ATi vid cards on mobos that use nVidia chipsets.
I don't know anything about EPoX, is it a reliable brand for motherboards? I don't plan on using dual video cards, and reviewers have said it can only run a single card at 8x. Will this be an issue?
That mobo will run one card in x16 and two cards in SLi at x8 and x8.
Epox is a very good mobo mfr. They produce quality products at a great price. I agree with Wusy's recommendation on that board and would take it over the Asus you posted.