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Replacing my faulty motherboard, need suggestions pls

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June 11, 2009 7:13:00 PM


i recently got a xfx nforce 750i which turned out to develope a fault, so i returned it and i was provided another one, which is also faulty.
Now i am getting a refund and looking for another motherboard,
Since i've chosen to go crossfire, it will be an intel chipset with atleast 2 pci-e x16 2.0 slots
i would also like it to be a good overclocker
my set up:
4GB corsair xms2 1066
Radeon 4870
AC freezer xtreme

Here are some i've chosen:

i don't want to spend any more than £125 (i'm on a constricted budget) but im sure i can get something decent.

Also, if those 4 motherboards are good, which is the better one?
the 3 asus ones seem pretty similar but 2 of them have the x48 chipset, which is meant to be better..i dunno
help appriciated

Thanks in advance.

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June 12, 2009 9:03:58 AM

the X48 are indeed better.....for crossfire, over wise makes no differences
a b V Motherboard
June 12, 2009 4:30:48 PM

As AMG said, the X48 is better for crossfire because it supports full x16x16 CF where the P45 only supports x8x8, however, the real-life performance difference isn't really big (5-10% top).

All P45 boards will perform about the same so check the features because they are the only difference between the £60 boards and £120 ones.
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