Is the Supermicro P6DLS any good?
I was looking around for a good cheap dual board, and I found the P6DLS. Is this board any good? Does anyone have any experience with this board? I plan on building a dual Celeron system in the future. Does anyone have any experience with dual Celeron systems? Any compatibility/BIOS CPU recognition issues with the board and CPUs? What about overclocking?
Thanks for any help.
Super Micro makes excellent mainboards - super stable - not made for overclocking
The Purple Hippo speaks true, however,
if you go SCSI get a board without an onboard SCSI controller. SuperMicro SCSI buses tend to be noisy and you'll have to spend extra on high quality internal cables which can be expensive.
best board on the market, only board that is factory burnin for 72 hours. don't get scsi on board, fireport 40 is half the price and will give least confects with sound cards.
[This message has been edited by smunzli (edited 03-08-99).]
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