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nForce4 chipsets have SATA II which support ncq so any 939 motherboard with nForce4 should be good.

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Ncq is not for intel only. All you have to do is look at some of the n4 boards and it tells you. The problem with a certain n4 board from gigabyte was it was a n4x which is a cheaper version of n4. It does support ncq but it says it doesn't support sata ll.

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After doing a lot of checking many are really skeptical about the k8nf-f 4x from gigabyte so instead of risking it I have thrown it out of the mix. I have done a lot of checking and this is what I have come up with.
Ok, now my choice is even harder. I just called foxconn and talked to someone. I got through within 20seconds. That is a good sign. I decided because of that it may be a good place. I could understand them also. Epox doesn't have a place to contact anyone over the phone which is what I like to do but they offer a nice bundle. So now here are my choices.
EP-9NPA+ULTRA by epox, gigabyte K8N Ultra 9 or MSI K8N Neo4 Platinum and Foxconn WinFast NF4UK8AA. What would you do??????????????????They are all good,(i think). I found out today that foxconn is the 2nd largest mobod manufacturer in the WORLD. Learn something everday.

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Ncq is not for intel only. All you have to do is look at some of the n4 boards and it tells you. The problem with a certain n4 board from gigabyte was it was a n4x which is a cheaper version of n4. It does support ncq but it says it doesn't support sata ll.

Shows how long it's been since I looked at NCQ. Last time I checked, I only saw it on Intel boards. That's what I get for thinking 3-4 month old information was still relevant, eh? :confused:

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