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Originally Posted by ffejrxx;12290470 
if your near a microcenter, get a x2 550 and free mobo
http://www.overclock.net/online-deals/934471-microcenter-athlon-ii-250-free-motherboard.html
pick up some ddr3 from newegg for $25-50
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820104219
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820104203
and your going for under $120 total

that is sick dude thank you for the links I am definitely going to run these past the guy I am doing th work for and see if that is what he wants to do! Much appreciated! I think this is better maybe then sticking with what he currently has (just my opinion) smile.gif

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that is crap-o-lay
I found it sort of strange that when I went to the Asus website this version of the board isn't even listed there. Why would Asus brand a board and post information about it on their website? Do a lot of companies do this? I think this is the first time I have actually encountered this (im a newbie a suppose).

Thanks for the responses guys!!

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ASUS re-brands this board for HP to use in their computers. Cheap components mass produced for over priced retail giants. It would be cheaper to just build another computer.

I bet its a 939 CPU in it too.
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ASUS re-brands this board for HP to use in their computers. Cheap components mass produced for over priced retail giants. It would be cheaper to just build another computer.

I bet its a 939 CPU in it too.
definitely not good!
It is sort of sad.
That is why I will never purchase a pre-configured computer from a major manufacturer.

Thanks for the response!


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