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Re: Recommendations for cheap Linux-compatible Opteron mobo

For dual opteron, Tyan boards (esp S2881 and 2) aren't cheap, but they're
nice.  (Tyan even _supports_ LinuxBios on them, and has an lm_sensors config
you can download.)

The older Tyan opteron boards are very cheap now - I have the S2875 ANRF, and I have not a single complaint.

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