s939 DDR mobo with video and audio on-board? | Page 2

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  1. JackTramiel
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    I would recommend that too.
    Bought a X2 4200 939 for 130 Euro, thats nearly the price of a X2 3800+ and a AM2 mainboard. Beside that DDR2 is much cheaper. I could kick myself for not selling the old 939 mainboard any by that insted.


     
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    I'm using the Arock 939NF6G and it works great. It has High def audio and geforce 6150 chip which works great with Mediaportal. In combination with 2 gigs of RAM and a Athlon 64 3200+, my HTPC runs like a charm! Besides, I only paid like 60 euros for it, it has everything onboard, you only need to plugin your tv-card!

    Here is a website with the specs

    http://www.asrock.com/mb/overview.asp?Model=939NF6G-VSTA
     
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