Would I run into any problems if I got a 748 mobo that uses PCI-e?

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    Because I found one that might work
     
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    I assume you mean 478?
     
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    Run into problems? Like someone built a MB that doesn't work?
     
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    why not? ECS does it all the time :rofl:
     
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    Is Albatron a good reputable company?
     
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    not really. Better than ECS, but no where near a great company.

    Let me give you some advice : if Asus / MSI / Intel don't make it, then there's probably a good reason for that ;)
     
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    :bigthumb:

    I just need a mobo that has a 478 socket AND a PCI-e slot and it looks like only Albatron makes one :wtc:
     

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