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Well they are pretty much similiar Boards and either will be a good choice to have, id go with the Ic7G being its in sale



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but which one is better..


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but which one is better..
The IC7G-MAXII is it has a few more features than the IC7.



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The only difference is the IC7-G has gigabit lan and 4 SATA connectors, while the IC7 has 10/100 ethernet and 2 SATA connectors. Other than that, they are IDENTICAL. So, to answer your question, either one depending on your usage requirements.

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