My Asus Fatal1ty AN8 Sli MB fried. Recommend me a good replacement for < $150.

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    My Abit Fatal1ty AN8 Sli MB fried. Recommend me a good replacement for < $150.

    My Abit Fatal1ty AN8 Sli MB fried. Recommend me a good replacement for < $150. :wavey:
     
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    first off it was made by Abit :p

    secondly can't go wrong with DFI NF4 boards for S939.
     
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    Im guessing im going to have to reformat the damn HDs? :o
     
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    no shouldn't have to... unless you were using RAID.
     
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    Ok, so thats good. What about the ASUS A8N32-SLI or the Fatal1ty AN9 32x?
     
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    Do you overclock at all? If so i would likely stay away from the Fatal1ty boards. They tend to not overclock very well. The Asus board is decent though.
     
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    I have never really been big into OCing my harware, so I dont think I would need to have the best board for it.
     
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    Then almost any board will do.
     

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