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Just placed a bid on a cheap one on ebay, I have always loved Aopen stuff, but is this board any good?<br />
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A link to its specs would have been better. <br />
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However Aopen isnt the best company for motherboards mate. Its known as a budget Motherboard. For generall use to get a PC working it will be fine however for Heavy gaming or Overclocking it wont do very well. <br />
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Im guessing you have an Intel Build somewhere as this Motherboards for Intel.
 

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Just like their optical drive with the Cycle Redundancy errors...<br />
aOPEN is a quick fix...at a measureable price...<br />
I bought one...never again
 

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Wow, I have owned TONS of Aopen Mobos in the past and NEVER had a problem, and most have been good OC'er guess I was just lucky too. <br />
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<a href="http://global.aopen.com.tw/Products/mb/ax45f-4dn.htm" target="_blank">http://global.aopen.com.tw/Products/mb/ax45f-4dn.htm</a><br />
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there are the specs<br />
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I dont plan on paying more than $35 for it<br />
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Edit : This is not a gaming rig, its going to be a folding rig. Socket 478
 

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update: Have been doing some research on this board, took a while to find benchmarks on the chipset it uses. It uses the SiS 655FX and SiS 964 chips, which out-perform the 865PE and keep up with the intel 875 chipsets, so I think if i get it cheap ill be getting a decent deal.
 
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