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I'm looking for a new mobo to replace my 7NJL6 mobo since it seems to not like Linux anymore (i'm guessing because its a nForce2 mobo). So, I'm just wondering ...
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    Best Socket-A Mobo for Linux


    I'm looking for a new mobo to replace my 7NJL6 mobo since it seems to not like Linux anymore (i'm guessing because its a nForce2 mobo). So, I'm just wondering whats a good Socket-A motherboard for Linux?

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    Well I would say nForce based, as I have had no troubles with mine. What are the specific troubles you are having with yours?

    Also, instead of going for an older socket A mobo, why not get a budget Socket 754 + Sempron combination or 754 + Athlon 64 combo?
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    Perhaps, but buying a new processor and mobo costs more money...which I don't have. Although, it's not a bad idea because I can get a nforce3 mobo, which is way better than nforce2 when it comes to Linux.

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