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 Post subject: Intel 865/875 Motherboard Advice
PostPosted: Fri Nov 05, 2004 10:03 am 
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Ok... I would LOVE to upgrade myself to an intel 775 chip. It's not going to happen right now. I can't afford the DDR2/Mobo and Processor.

I've decided to make do with what i have.

I have a p4 2.8 800 fsb processor. I had an Abit IC7 motherboard but it seems to be on it's death bed.

I need a new socket 478 motherboard either 865 or 875. I don't overclock at all. What would be the best performing motherboard considering both stability and performance. Price is not a problem for this.

Thank you for you help.


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This one is easy:
Intel D875PBZ or the D865PERL

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Yep, there's none better than the boards sthayashi listed above. Just stay away from BIOS P09 on the 865 board and use BIOS P22 or P27 on the 875 board.

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