Loc: Florida, USA
Depends on the nForce chipset. The what I call "aftermarket kernels" support nForce chipsets but you'll still run into problems like ethernet, wireless and sound. People that do use AMD products use desktops and drop in compatible parts to bypass the stuff that isn't compatible. For all you know you might end up having just the basic hardware like VESA video, storage, optical and keyboard.
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