Picking a motherboard by the end of Summer

I'm gonna get a motherboard by the end of spring, so here's the list that I want from the Motherboard.
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1) 2 PCI-e x16 slots
2) 6 SATA ports
3) a USB 3.0 socket
4) 2 PCI-e x1 slot
5) $50-120 (budget-ish)
6) Overclock functionality
7) Any brand would work as long as it is durable
8) (last but not least) AMD Phenom/Athlon/Sempron X2 II socket

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Now, I call forth Tom's Army to find me a motherboard before the end of spring.
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  1. I think you are way ahead of the game here. New products will be announced, others discontinued and sales will come and go. No way to answer this now.
  2. I take it you have an AM3 CPU?
  3. the longer you wait the more good stuff goes and the worst is left.
  4. C12Friedman said:
    I take it you have an AM3 CPU?

    You are absolutely right. To be more precise, an AMD Athlon II X2 270.
  5. twelve25 said:
    I think you are way ahead of the game here. New products will be announced, others discontinued and sales will come and go. No way to answer this now.

    That's why I told you guys to find it by the end of Summer. All the things at CES are mostly gonna sell at spring or summer.
  6. swifty_morgan said:
    the longer you wait the more good stuff goes and the worst is left.

    But the new ones are expensive, I'm looking for a budget MoBo or maybe a new one but one that is inexpensive.
  7. So we are supposed to remember this thread in August? :)
  8. Me, myself thinks this thread is funny :lol: ppl must've been laughing at this thread.
  9. Correction: Find me a motheboard by May (end of spring). I though the end of Summer is at June since I live near the equator line.
  10. What the difference of all the AMD chipsets?
  11. *bump
  12. allen47 said:
    What the difference of all the AMD chipsets?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_AMD_chipsets
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