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post #11 of 17 Old 12-13-2008, 02:32 PM
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This has been on newegg for 2+ weeks now.

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i love biostar
it's extremely affordable high end boards. love the oc'ing features. i've used them exclusively in my past 2 builds.

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i have looked at this and tons of boards and i cant find a board to buy would yall reccomend this one or another one?

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I suppose you use magic to affix your WB to the cpu? Perhaps you have little elves hold the damn things on for you? Or maybe, Ivanka Trump comes and begs you to let her apply 60 lbs of pressure to your WB? No, I bet that Heather Mills lends you her fake leg to wedge the WB into place
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i have looked at this and tons of boards and i cant find a board to buy would yall reccomend this one or another one?
If you're on a budget.

If not the ASUS one is better but still good for the price.
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post #15 of 17 Old 12-15-2008, 07:48 AM
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It LOOKS really good, anyway.

Since I'm about to become a Biostar owner, I hope they work as well as they look...

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I had a BioStar motherboard for my AMD rig and it was great Never let me down


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The new Space-pipe design effectively directs the heat generated by the chipsets to the heatsink near the back I/O ports - where it can be carried away by existing airflows from the CPU fan.
Wow, these guys are on the bleeding, cutting edge. Who would have even thought of putting a heatsink there?

Oh wait, just about every board has done that for the past couple of years. Lol.

Seriously, though, it looks like a good board. But why even put that bit in there? It's not like it's some brand new idea they came up with or anything.


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