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August 6, 2010 6:07:25 AM

I have the Intel Core2 Extreme Processor QX 9650. I have been having problems with my mobo (on the 3rd one of the sameone). What is a great mobo still being produced to go along with this cpu? I have looked, but being that I don't know which are great.

In advance, Thank you!

Eric

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August 6, 2010 6:56:34 AM

Generally anything that meets your needs made by ASUS, MSI or Gigabyte.
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August 6, 2010 7:17:31 AM

Get a P45 chipset motherboard from any manufacturer but Intel.. There are lot of new motherboards available courtesy Asus and Gigabyte with features like USB 3.0 along with all other standard stuff.. They use DDR3 RAM though..
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August 6, 2010 9:33:05 AM

Emperus said:
Get a P45 chipset motherboard from any manufacturer but Intel.. There are lot of new motherboards available courtesy Asus and Gigabyte with features like USB 3.0 along with all other standard stuff.. They use DDR3 RAM though..


Okay, that help alot. So that brings up another question on my part. I would like to use what I have, but only switch the mobo. I want what will be best for gaming. My memory is ddr2.
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August 6, 2010 1:04:10 PM

I have been using my ASUS P5Q Pro for years now and i have not had one issue with it and the overclocking interface is a little easier for me than that of Gigabytes... Never had an MSI yet but they are on my list...
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August 6, 2010 2:15:38 PM

Yeah go for a P45 mobo from ASUS or from MSI, Gigabyte.
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August 6, 2010 3:21:59 PM

Upper end motherboards will be costly.. This is where a budget figure will help to give definite suggestions.. The Asus P5Q Pro is a nice motherboard for the money.. It has option for going crossfire also..
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August 6, 2010 4:43:17 PM

Emperus said:
Upper end motherboards will be costly.. This is where a budget figure will help to give definite suggestions.. The Asus P5Q Pro is a nice motherboard for the money.. It has option for going crossfire also..


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August 6, 2010 6:15:34 PM

jonpaul37 said:
I have been using my ASUS P5Q Pro for years now and i have not had one issue with it and the overclocking interface is a little easier for me than that of Gigabytes... Never had an MSI yet but they are on my list...

Yeah, i saw that there is the ASUS P5Q still being sold. That is the one that I am thinking about. So it's a good gaming mobo?
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August 6, 2010 6:16:51 PM

Emperus said:
Upper end motherboards will be costly.. This is where a budget figure will help to give definite suggestions.. The Asus P5Q Pro is a nice motherboard for the money.. It has option for going crossfire also..

Yeah, I am thinking that too. I am running (was) crossfire.
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August 6, 2010 6:17:28 PM

upser9110 said:
Yeah, i saw that there is the ASUS P5Q still being sold. That is the one that I am thinking about. So it's a good gaming mobo?


If i'm gaming 24/7 on a P5Q SE mobo and have had no problems for one year and more, sure you won't have ANY problems with P5Q Pro.
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August 6, 2010 6:23:04 PM

i have been gaming and heavily overclocking on my P5Q Pro for over 2 years straight 24/7. Unless you get a bad one, i would say you are good...
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