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Choosing Your Motherboard

by Dean Kent, Real World Technologies

For some people, purchasing a motherboard is a long and arduous process of investigating every possible benefit or drawback of each model. For others, investigating all of the options is simply too time-consuming and confusing, so their choice is based primarily upon price and CPU support. To make matters worse, there are numerous web sites and hobbyist magazines that provide a great deal of conflicting and, in some cases, inaccurate information, which only adds to the confusion. Fortunately, choosing a motherboard does not have to be all that difficult or time-consuming.

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