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    Help Selecting a MicroATX Motherboard...


    I an in the market for a new Linux box and wanted to give a MicroATX board a try.

    I haven't found a good source(s) for Linux compatibility with these boards. Can anyone help guide me to a well supported Linux microATX motherboard?

    I would like to get an AMD socket 939 m/b. Although, I am open to all options at the moment.

    Thanks for any help in advance,

    Fej

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    Here is what I think is pretty good hardware list see if this helps
    http://www.tldp.org/HOWTO/Hardware-HOWTO/

    I two pcs one with a msi motherboard and a pc chips motherboard

    hope that helps

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    check out boards based on the nforce430 chipset, micro atx, integrated video etc... it supposedly has similar performance to a vanilla nForce4 based board. Comes in socket 939 as well.
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