Originally Posted by Nightz2k
I'd say $80 max. $50 would be a killer deal even for it's age.
Great mobo for it's time. Sold mine about a year ago for $100 and I do miss it, but I wanted something new.
Even today it's not bad for a budget board now. It supports all the current AMD CPU's including 6-cores according to ASUS.
Pff! Budget!? It supports X6 processors, (all of them), has 16x3 PCI or 8x4 PCI capabilities, was a premium
board just behind the CH3 in it's time....
I think it'll make an incredibly fast little gaming PC; especially with some really nicely overclocked and low-latency DDR2 chips.
I couldn't believe it when I saw it in the pile of 478 boards, and 754 boards... it was just there, in the box. Wrapped and ready for me to snag.