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Linux Hardware Database: Motherboards Superguide

Aug 01, 2001, 21:19 (13 Talkback[s])

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"Selecting the perfect motherboard for a home-built computer system can be a daunting challenge. This LHD Superguide is designed to help you decide what motherboard fits most in line with your computing needs. Do you need a fast UDMA-100 workstation? use only SDRAM? need 5 PCI slots? Our goal is to help you find a quality Linux-compatible motherboard by presenting the crucial deciding points in an organized and easy-to-digest manner.

We have broken down the motherboards into two main categories organized by type of processor you intend to use. We are left with a good number of currently available Socket-A and Socket-370 motherboards. Some of these motherboards have been rated by LHD users. The rating system works on a scale from 1-5, higher numbers meaning higher reliability, stability, and performance."

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