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I bought a ASrock N68C-S UCC about 2 motnhs ago, and it broke while installing and no RMA so, I need help choosing a new motherboard that has:

UCC/ACC

DDR3 and DDR2 combo like some boards

Must be AM3.

Must be cheap.

Please recommend me a motherboard, thanks!
 

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How cheap?The one you had is one of the few with dual RAM types.How did you break it?
 

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How cheap?The one you had is one of the few with dual RAM types.How did you break it?
There was a short underneath the CPU socket when the CPU was in to I tok off the white thing that hold the CPU on, and one pin was broke, anyway I need a new one.

I have £45, and I'll try to get more for my 'services'
 

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That's your only choice for DDR2 and DDR3.Why do you need both?Why not just use a DDR2 board?
 

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That's your only choice for DDR2 and DDR3.Why do you need both?Why not just use a DDR2 board?
The reason I went for the ASrock N68 initially was because I didn't have enough money for DDR3, so I knew I could later upgrade with DDR3.

If you can recommend me a board with DDR3 it must be cheap enough so I can also buy DDR3.

Thanks again.
 

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Originally Posted by walshy155;13139309
The reason I went for the ASrock N68 initially was because I didn't have enough money for DDR3, so I knew I could later upgrade with DDR3.

If you can recommend me a board with DDR3 it must be cheap enough so I can also buy DDR3.

Thanks again.
asus m4a88t-m-le
or
asus m4a78t-m-le
will be perfect for u,
both are quite cheap & are ddr3 mobo,
hope this helps u
 

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I know there cheap but I also need to buy some DDR3 with it.

Do you think this is worth it?

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/242729
no it doesnt worth,my mobo also uses the nforce630a chipset & I must say its a crap,
the mobo I suggested have much more advanced chhpsets & are much better
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^ these
or this Biostar
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813138199
no,I dont recommend this mobo
 

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Originally Posted by Aniket;13139844
well,
asus m4a78t-m-le
is cheap,
it has good OC potential,
my maternal uncle uses this very mobo & it runs gret
I was looking at the board it is great, I will have to save more money to get a DDR3 stick of 2GB, or I can but ASrock N68C-S UCC, I hate making my mind up like this.
 

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I was looking at the board it is great, I will have to save more money to get a DDR3 stick of 2GB, or I can but ASrock N68C-S UCC, I hate making my mind up like this.
dont get a mobo with nforce630a chipset,
I'm suffering with this chipset & I dont want u to fall in trouble,
u can find cheap yet good ram like:
2gb kingston hyperX 1600mhz $19,
my maternal uncle also uses this very ram & it runs great,
I made him a new build with this ram,asus m4a88t-m-le,athlonII x2 250 two weeks ago
 

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I have had the Asus M4N68T-M.Performance was good with a dedicated GPU and 2GB RAM.Had some cold-boot issues when overclocked,the only problem I had with it,and I got around that.Bottom line is this-any cheap mobo is gonna act cheap.The more you spend,the better off you are.I would really rec. using the RAM you have and getting this board
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813130266
brand new and has VRM heatsinks.
 

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Originally Posted by Redwoodz;13140312
I have had the Asus M4N68T-M.Performance was good with a dedicated GPU and 2GB RAM.Had some cold-boot issues when overclocked,the only problem I had with it,and I got around that.Bottom line is this-any cheap mobo is gonna act cheap.The more you spend,the better off you are.I would really rec. using the RAM you have and getting this board
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813130266
brand new and has VRM heatsinks.
I dont have enough money for that, I'm poor not really lol.
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I'll have to go with a chapy board like ASrock N68...

I know the chipset is old, but this is the cheapest board that I can also get DDR3 with too.

I could get the Asus, but then I could only get 1GB with sucks on 64BIT.
 
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