Which is the most suitable mother board for inte core 2 duo processor

Hello, asus p5kpl-am/ps mother board is it suitable for core 2 duo processor if it is no which wil b the best choice
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  1. This is a nice, simple, entry-level board. You're likely not going to be doing a lot of overclocking and only some casual gaming with it. Be careful what you put with it now as your upgrade options may be limited later.

    Any thoughts on what your are building this PC out for?
  2. editing and animation
  3. mrossco said:
    This is a nice, simple, entry-level board. You're likely not going to be doing a lot of overclocking and only some casual gaming with it. Be careful what you put with it now as your upgrade options may be limited later.

    Any thoughts on what your are building this PC out for?
  4. A good LGA 775 motherboard is the ASUS P5Q Pro @ about $100.00 it will basically take any LGA775 Pentium4/PentiumD/Pentium Dual Core/Core2Duo/Core2Quad/Core2Extreme CPU out there. Overclocks VERY well too.
  5. Oh, well then you're going to want something with a bit more to it. Are you stuck on the Core 2 Duo?

    A good i5 may be a better choice, but if you're on a strict budget and want to stay on the Core 2 Duo, then I'd consider the ASUS P5Q or the Gigabyte GA-EP45-UD3L. You'll need to add a graphics card, but these boards will give you solid performance. Both also use DDR2 memory, which should be fine for your needs. There are an array of motherboards that support the Core 2 Duo and the newer DDR3 memory, but typically are more expensive and it looks like the pairing doesn't yield any better performance.
  6. right now, phenom x6 :p
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