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Buying a Intel Seattle SE440BX-2 Mobo.. any ideas?

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February 23, 2002 8:30:37 PM

Im looking at buying an Intel Seattle SE440BX-2 - PII / PIII Slot 1 up to 850Mhz ATX 66/100Mhz M/B to go with my slot 3 PIII :
450/512/100/2.0
09280523-0346 costa rica

dont know much bout the Pentiums, I like Athlons's myself, but its for the family comp that just died. I had a spare cpu from a trade for misc parts that works, so figured I could go with that. Will this work with the Mobo? and is the mobo any good? its brand new in box, im just looking for known problems ($37 seems too good to be true...)

thanks

lone

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Crashing takes a whole new meaning at 9.8 m/s.
a b V Motherboard
February 23, 2002 11:05:53 PM

This is a very stable, reliable motherboard. The bios does not give many options. So you can not screw up much. If you want a good stable system for the family to use, with a minimum of fuss setting up this board is for you.

I aint signing nothing!!!
February 24, 2002 12:04:19 AM

I had this motherboard before. It is very stable and did not give me any problem.
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February 24, 2002 1:25:08 AM

You can get a Soyo SY-BA+III from justdeals.com for $39. This is a great board, with more features, I can run my PIII 1000EB at 1125 on mine.

What's the frequency, Kenneth?
February 24, 2002 6:38:19 AM

Thanx for the info guys, gonna go with the Intel, never delt with Soyo, so Ill stick to something a bit more familiar. And this comp is gonna mainly run office and internet explorer.. dont need that many options. But thanx again


Azzy

Crashing takes a whole new meaning at 9.8 m/s.
February 24, 2002 7:18:29 AM

That is great price.
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