I am Preparing to upgrade and am looking to find the best PII board. I am not interested in overclocking, just a fast dependable/stable board. Any suggestions and why would be greatly appreciated.
I would like to suggest the Aopen AX6BC. It has gotten good reviews. A neighbor just bought one based on the reliability and stability of this board
Go with Asus P2B or the P2B-F, but only if you really do want the best board.
I'm expecting the Aopen any day now from the Big Brown Truck. Unfortunately-it's not for me
From all I've read, it looks like a great board. I'll let you know after the weekend how the setup went.
Thanks to all that replied. I was leaning towards the ax6bc but wasn't sure. I will also take a hard look at the p2b suggested by Cyclops.
I have a 2nd retail cel 300a that does 450 at 2.0 volts...Will either of the above non-abit motherboards allow me to run my celeron at 100 fbs without using that tape method I have read about being used for some mobos..I have an abit bx6 but for my next syst I would like to try a more stable board ...esp if it is compatilble with that soft front bus program ....Thanks
Just letting you know how the AX6BC is:
I got the AOpen AX6BC today and put it in an AOpen Mid tower HX45 case. GREAT fit! The layout of both is very good and leaves the MB completely unobstructed from the PS or cables. Everything installed without a hitch. Good board.
Thanks Susan, your information is a big help.
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