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Motherboards For Gaming


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#1 revengedtenfold

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Posted 06 August 2007 - 11:56 AM

what kind of motherboard would you recomend for video gaming??
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Posted 06 August 2007 - 12:36 PM

uh, motherboards don't really affect gaming at all

I guess if you get a good chipset it helps.

Overall on motherboards, i reccomend the DFI infinity series, but whatever works with ur processor and vid card is good.

Remember to concentrate on the vid card. That basically decides the fps of a game. I thoroughly reccomend the new DX10 cards, by ATi. Nvidia is overpriced.

Processor, get something good. AMD dual cores are good. REMEMBER that they are 2nd in the line up to the vid card. Get the best vid card physically possible in your budget.

Also, the ATi DX10 cards have built in processors rather than GPU's, so that lightens the load on your processor.

good luck
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