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    A good mobo for Athlon XP?

    Just wondering who makes good athlon xp motherboards. i mean, i can find plenty of them, but just wondering if anyone can recommend someone. thanks
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    Are you looking for anything in particular? The ECS K7S5A seems to be very popular, but we could be of better help if you gave specs on what you want.

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    I bulit my dad a ASUS K7N8X board and it's solid and fast. ASUS has a list of compatable memory for it so if you decide to get it check out the list so you get memory that'll work with the board.

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    Anything with an nforce2 chipset will do nicely

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    kewl. thanks
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    ECS K7S5A Pro (Purple) Mother Board is my current athlon xp board. I love these boards since they have all the usb and etc... that youd ever really need. Its worth looking into since they cost on average about 30-40 us $.

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    ya if your on a bufget the ecs k7s5a pro isn't a bad board to get , as long as you know what your doing when it comes to building a pc . they do have there quirks . nut for alittle more you can get a nefore2 board like ShawnD1 said and do yourself good . you can get nforse 2 chipset board for about 60-70$ . but for a low budget pc they work great .

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    i have a k7s5a in my forsale thread if your interested .

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