Discussion in 'PC Hardware' started by byghtn3, Jun 10, 2009.
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Just an observation . . . .
AIO mobos do not seem to be very high on many people's lists, apparently because one would rather add gfx and audio cards to suit, especially given the interest in SLI/Crossfire, games, 3D, etc., which the microATX limits (the board is only 9 x 9 inches)
I have an ASUS mobo (M3A79-T Deluxe) and a quick search reveals that the P5q-em is well regarded - as are most ASUS mobos; it's a quality thing that you pay a bit more for.
As long as you are comfortable with the limitations - with no near-future anticipated changes in capability - the P5q-em seems like a good AIO choice.