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Purchasing motherboard I want to build a system but was hoping for advice on motherboards. I want it to have cooling, be capable of running 8g RAM and core duo 2 3Ghz CPU, for under $150 Australian. any suggestions?

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Check out Tiger Direct. It seems like they are having tons of sales now. Cant beat the custormer service.

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