gwyn

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Im building a new pc for graphic design and gaming and I like Gigabyte boards, is the GA-7n400L1 a good board.
I was thinking of getting a 2.8 barton to go with it,
im also going to get
512 pc3200
radion 9800 pro
and have not dicided on hard drive yet
any advise would be helpfull
 

Spitfire_x86

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AXP 2700+ is often faster than AXP "Barton" 2800+ and costs less.

If you haven't bought the Gigabyte board yet, I recommend ABIT NF7 series mobos.

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Nights_L

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I'm not trying to counter-attack the Spitfire_x86's opinion
Abit NF7 is great, I've heard a lot good things, barely never heard people complain on this board
but i'm currently using GA-7N400L1, this board is great as well, except that this board would read your cpu temperature much higher than usual, so if you are getting this board, just ignore that reading (in condition that your system is stable!)