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That is generally my #1 pick, but in this case will push the price of the rig to nearly $300....
    
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To be honest, I'm swinging towards Chozart's one, A) Because I will only ever need the 3 periph. plugs, for two cd (when I get them), and the one HDD. Plus it's more on the price range that I have established.
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Well, it's getting to the wee hours of the morning, and I still have some work to do. So I'm going to go for now, now that I've basically got all of this rig figured out. Thanks a bunch everyone! Biggest thanks to you, Chozart. Seeya Later.
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post #44 of 45
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Originally Posted by AwakePlace
The only thing I'm much using it for is my wireless networking card.
You could also use a USB network card to open up some PCI slots
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...n=&srchInDesc=

And the Biostar TForce6100 is one of the better choices for a mobo, considering the budget.

Now, If you could add an extra $10 to the budget , I would take a look at this one:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813128010

GigaByte is one of the better brands when it comes to motherboards, and it's ATX (Meaning it's bigger and has more PCI Slots than the Biostar) Iv'e owned many GigaBytes, and they've been extremely reliable boards. Not to mention their overclocking ability and all the helpful software they bring. And for only $10 more than the Biostar, it looks like a steal to me
    
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Originally Posted by PeDrO305
You could also use a USB network card to open up some PCI slots
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...n=&srchInDesc=

And the Biostar TForce6100 is one of the better choices for a mobo, considering the budget.

Now, If you could add an extra $10 to the budget , I would take a look at this one:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813128010

GigaByte is one of the better brands when it comes to motherboards, and it's ATX (Meaning it's bigger and has more PCI Slots than the Biostar) Iv'e owned many GigaBytes, and they've been extremely reliable boards. Not to mention their overclocking ability and all the helpful software they bring. And for only $10 more than the Biostar, it looks like a steal to me
So whattaya think ?
    
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