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post #31 of 37 Old 03-20-2008, 12:40 PM
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I thought this was a funny thread.....
Everybody up till now accept ONE lonely soul has recommended DFI. Even Asus owners recommended the DFI, save for one.
Interesting.

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asus ftw.
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Gave up ASUS after I had an A7N8X that corrupted it's own BIOS after a failed OC. Moved to ABit for a while, then jumped ship when ABit started to slip.

Most, but not all of my boards since the beginning of the A64 days have been DFI. I don't think I could live without the memory timing options.

I've got 40+ memory timings on my blood iron, and only four or five are on AUTO.

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post #34 of 37 Old 03-20-2008, 02:36 PM
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i could never buy DFI in my country

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You could import it.

Heck, 2-3 years ago I sold my DFI NF3 Lanparty to a guy in the UK for about half of what comparable boards would have cost him locally...and I made a killing.

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Get the DFI if you are fine with only one GPU. I have an Asus board and I love it but that DFI board is still tempting to the max.

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DFI, difficult to OC but u will love it

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