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Hello, I am in need of a quick but accurate answer.
I am looking to get an Athlon 64 bit processor 3000 series.
I am running SuSE 9.0 Pro.
I have been looking at Motherboards for the system, but  none of the newer boars with the Nvidia chipsets are showing up in the HCL on the SuSE site.
Is anyone running the Athlon 64 bit processor 3000 series successfully on a newer Motherboard, and if so, what series MB?
Thanks In advance… Michael
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I have the same processor running on an ASUS 8KV board.
Works like a charm!

Hope this helps
J
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Thank you, that does happen to be the board I am looking at, but neither Asus nor SuSE could comment on if it worked or not.
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