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Motherboard Recommendation

Posted on 1998-08-03
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Can you give me some recommendations for a good Pentium II motherboard (prefeably dual processor) to run W95, W98 and NT.
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An Asus board is among the best there is found at this link
some have dual scsi controllers on board.  You will pay more for an Asus board, but they are the most Reliable boards around.  Always fresh bios and drivers available to improve there products.  I maintain 5 servers and all have asus boards with 0 failure in 3 yrs.  They really have a wide array of choices so you have to look at the link below and make a choice.

http://www.asus.com/products.asp

I hope this helps.

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