Weekly Memory & Motherboard Price Guide: November 2001 1st Editionby Anand Lal Shimpi on November 9, 2001 2:58 AM EST
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The saga continues as we bring you the next installment of AnandTech's Weekly Memory & Motherboard Price Guide. For those of you not familiar with the guides here is a brief overview on how we construct them:
We select vendors to appear in our Price Guides based on two requirements: solid consumer feedback and having the lowest possible pricing. You'll notice that these vendors aren't paying us to be listed here; we do not accept requests to be listed here. We have tried to eliminate vendors with low feedback rating, but we do encourage you to do your own research before purchasing from any of these vendors.
With the new and improved Price Guides we have not only increased our standards when evaluating online vendors, but we have also partnered up with our friends at CNet to offer yet another service to you all. Using CNet's Shopper.com search engine we can provide you with an additional pool of vendors to search from that are checked up on by CNet. You can wade through those results by clicking on the CNet Pricing link in the second to last column on the right.
If there are any problems with the guide or a vendor's pricing changes dramatically then be sure to email the author listed at the top of the page and we'll take appropriate action. Remember that although some vendors may be cheaper, we only list those with generally positive feedback from a decent number of consumers. As usual, if you have any questions, comments or suggestions feel free to email us or post in the AnandTech Forums.
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Without any significant changes in prices we refrained from listing price changes this week, however we did take the opportunity to add in a few Socket-A motherboards to the guide. For starters we have seen the return of the ultra-affordable SiS 735 chipset as well as the first indications of how costly nForce based motherboards will be in the weeks to come.