It's not the worst, but it was bad.No,no,no NO !
The striker extreme belongs in the "Worst-mobo-ever" category , not the best.
What a POS
ABIT was bought by another company and became Universal abit. They basically made worse and worse motherboards until pulling out of the motherboard market entirely. Then they ended up going under completely. Their engineers ended up at other companies.abit bp6 and ip35pro for me.
btw, what happened to abit? i've been out of the loop since 2007ish.
nForce 2 series were great boards pre PCIe anyway, I'm sure the single slots were just fine...SLi was in it's infancy as well, it still has problems now.No nForce chipset can be on the 'greatest' list. Those things were filled with a ton of bugs throughout their entire lifespan. People (and me) only bought them so we could do SLI. Other then that, they were complete shit.
Thats probably my favorite motherboard for its time. I also got the first geforce to go with it. Quake II became a whole new game with opengl.Abit BP-6
+1 on the P4P800, that was my first self-built pc with a P4 3.2GHz northwood and 1 gig of ram, with a 6800gt and that computer is still going strong at my dads.Another vote for the A7N8X-Deluxe.
Abit BP-6 was nice as well.
P4P800-Deluxe was rock solid back in the day too.
wow.. had a sweet deal on the sr-2 board and returned it based on comments others posted in a different thread. That and the cost of CPU's per socket. Every time I see the board i drool. The things i could run on that board and it would turn around and say.. is that all you got?Llama[Style];1038336290 said:Yep. Sr3 (srx) when it comes out. Sr2 is the only other option.