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Discussion in 'Motherboards & Memory' started by miniquake32, Apr 13, 2008.

  1. miniquake32

    miniquake32 New Member

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    help I need a good and CHEAP AMD AM2 board! can someone help?!:banghead:
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    miniquake32 New Member

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    good help.....:nutkick:
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    LOL (its cause of your other thread)

    I have a good AM2 mobo, PM me.
    Biostar Tforce 570 SLI
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    miniquake32 says thanks.
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    :rockout: Just trying to help.
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    biostar tforce 7050 or other biostar boards are freaking awesome budget overclocking boards. highly recommend them, im a proud owner of a biostar tforce 550 myself.
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    And you use your computer for? :confused:
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    Asus M2n-mx Se

    Good Value for little cost and its fairly well set out
    Didn't even have one single problem while i had mine.
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    +1 snake05 for his sarcastic post
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    UPDATE: i use my comp for mild gaming ........ counter strike source...... good sugestions though i will look in to them :D
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    look up for the biostar tforce 7025.. its got a geforce 7025 onboard... about the best onboard graphics you'll get :p

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