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ECS RS485M-M http://www.ebuyer.com/customer/produ...125457&_LOC=UK

VIA K8M890 http://www.tidyx.co.uk/showfroogle.a...mefrom=froogle

ECS RS485M-M http://www.advancetec.co.uk/acatalog/info_3108061.html

MSI AM2 ATI Xpress 1150 MATX http://www.dabs.com/productview.aspx?quicklinx=4HWH

ASUS M2A-VM http://www.lambda-tek.com/components...&prodID=B71847

or something else? it must be ATi Chipset motherboard
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MSI AM2 ATI Xpress 1150 MATX
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I'd go with the M2A-VM if I were you. But is there any particular reason why you want an AMD/ATI chipset board? The selection is so much greater if you open to up to the Nforce chipsets, and at the budget I'm seeing from the one's you chose, there are very few overclocking boards.

Also, does it need to be MicroATX? That alone really limits your choices.
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I'd go with the M2A-VM if I were you. But is there any particular reason why you want an AMD/ATI chipset board? The selection is so much greater if you open to up to the Nforce chipsets, and at the budget I'm seeing from the one's you chose, there are very few overclocking boards.

Also, does it need to be MicroATX? That alone really limits your choices.
hmmm, okay what one would you suggest? (non-ATI chipset)
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I have to say ECS RC410-M Rev 2.0

But it's for Intel CPU. I got my 805 to 3.4GHz stable
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I love my mobo. Do you consider AMD and ATI chipsets to be the same? It can still do CF and such...
    
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ASUS M2A-VM, the 690 chipset owns.
http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/article/432/1
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