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hey all. I just fried my current asus a8n-e mobo. I dont have the money to upgrade so im just going to get a replacement board that my AMD 4000+ could go into

What would you recommend I get?

Its a socket 939 chip.
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this is the only one on newegg
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...53069R&Tpk=939

Though I wouldn't buy it unless I was desperate. try ebay, but sorry about that mobo (I have that one to and using it).
Your going to have a rough time trying to find a replacement
    
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this is the only one on newegg
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...53069R&Tpk=939

Though I wouldn't buy it unless I was desperate. try ebay, but sorry about that mobo (I have that one to and using it).
Your going to have a rough time trying to find a replacement
what about this one?

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813151038
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hes not looking to upgrade so im sure he wont need a 100 dollar board, i would recommend getting the jetway and once u have the money get a new mobo, cpu and some more ram once u decide to upgrade
    
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hes not looking to upgrade so im sure he wont need a 100 dollar board, i would recommend getting the jetway and once u have the money get a new mobo, cpu and some more ram once u decide to upgrade
but I dont plan of upgrading anytime soon. I just want to get my system running. Is there much of a performance difference between the jetway and the 100 dollar one?
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