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so my POS DFI X38 finally died THANK GOD and i was wondering how i go about RMAing it as ive never had to do it with any company before.
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I heard that DFI is pretty fast with RMAs.

OT: why did you want it to die?

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I heard that DFI is pretty fast with RMAs.

OT: why did you want it to die?
i hate this board with every fiber of my being its just not a good board. IMO the DS4 X38 i had before this was WAY better.
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what about the board dont you like?

i was thinking of makeing it my next Mobo
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its just not a good board. its not stable at all and clocking with it is near impossible around 500fsb. with the DS4 i was able to hit 4.3ghz+ with this board there is no chance of that happening. the only reason i kept it was because of the 3 pci-e slots. its this model BTW http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813136042
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very interesting to know

makes my next build harder to think about now =/

what board will you prefer over this one?

im trying for a nice e8400 build to oc with
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i REALLY like my Gigabyte X38 so thats the route i would go if i were you
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so my POS DFI X38 finally died THANK GOD and i was wondering how i go about RMAing it as ive never had to do it with any company before.
.... I think you can just contact: RMA at dfiweb dot com

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oh well i guess its time for a new MOBO i was looking at the X48 P5E3
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oh noes! I just ordered mine, should be here wednesday. Hope mine is better than yours was.
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