Snip: It’s a shame, really. After nearly one year on the market, Socket-939 Athlon64 motherboards are finally getting to a point where we’ve always wished they would be. Feature packed, refined, tweakable, and quiet. Why is this a shame? Well, as AMD is transitioning to their new Socket-AM2 interface, interest in Socket-939 platforms will undoubtedly dwindle away. However, there is a huge install base of Socket-939 users on the market already, and new Socket-939 processor sales will likely continue throughout 2006. So, while Socket-AM2 may be getting all the press lately, it’s still Socket-939 that’s the workhorse, powering the vast majority of AMD desktop and gaming systems on the market today.
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