On Wed, 21 Jul 1999, Kip Macy wrote:
> My employer has gone through numerous motherboards, we have found the ASUS
> P2B (now the P2B-F) to be rock solid for Pentium II usage.
This is probably more appropriate for -hardware or even just -chat..
but anyway, I'll second that recommendation. I've found the ASUS P2B
series to be very solid. I've also used many ATrend BX boards for
Winblows95 boxes (simply because they were cheaper than the ASUS
boards), and haven't had a bit of trouble with them. YMMV.
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