There isnt much difference between them. There is more L2 cache on most Clawhammers (1mb instead of 512kb) and I believe the Clawhammer dissipates less heat. To decide which CPU to take, compare the specs and decide if the extra money is worth spending (newer socket 939, L2 cache, FSB).
Go with this one SLI know your not going to use now or you might decided to put to video card in but rom for upgrading later plus board got good reviews(own this broad myself ultra stable no problems at all.) A8NSLI
And via chipset no good not for gaming go nforce 4 at lease.
Is it good to buy a motherboard with agp?
I mean won't it be to old in a couple of years?
because i want to use it for some more years when i upgrade it
and i can better upgrade it good in one time, but i've got a quite heavy
dutie graphics card here and upgrading to a decent pci-e card is expensive.
upgrade to pci-e you get double the bandwidth and use full data bandwidth of the video card. PCI-E: is pci express, with speed of 250MB per lanes so a PCI-E 16X is capable of about 4GB. it would take a AGP bandwidth to AGP 12x (3.1 GB/s) to even come close.for AGP 8x Writes are used, the bus has the full memory bandwidth at its disposal, meaning 2.1GB/s on AGP 3.0 slots using nivida nforce 3 chipset on VIA AGP bus can only offer a memory bandwidth of 266MB/s. Which is why I say stay far away from VIA chipset. you can have the best video card for AGP but you are only going to be limit to 2.1GB/s data bandwidth and write speed of 250mb per lanes. You can get a decent PCI-E card for about $162.00 dollars based on Nividia 6600GT processor which have very good reviews also card is HD. (Here the link)
Why buy old board when you are more likely going to upgrade it. Do it right you won't have to upgrade for years, and you will be able to upgrade your cards, they are not only making video card PCI-E but tv tuners too and much more to come.