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Pros and Cons on this board

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can some one give me some prons and cons with this board?
ty
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813186168
post #2 of 7
pros
. cheap
. 4+1 power phase, good for 95-125w cpu
. heatsinks on mosfets/vrms with heatpipe
. ddr3 with 2600ht

cons
. ati 3300 (poor for hd video, games ect..)


if you will use onboard for htpc get a 785-880 board with 4200-4290 (will use hardware decoding for video)
post #3 of 7
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ty and ehh i git a 3870 reaady for duty lol do u know if it has acc?
post #4 of 7
looks like some bios revs have acc, others dont
you will need to find out which will work with your cpu, that have acc
post #5 of 7
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Originally Posted by ffejrxx View Post
pros
. cheap
. 4+1 power phase, good for 95-125w cpu
. heatsinks on mosfets/vrms with heatpipe
. ddr3 with 2600ht
^
This, and it supports crossfire x8, x8

Cons:
It's Foxconn (meaning not a reputable brand)
Only 2 fan connectors.
Doesn't look like it will OC well.
Only 45% of the reviews on Newegg were 5 Eggs.
20% of the reviews on Newegg were 1 Eggs.

What is this Mobo going to be used for? If you are looking for a cheap board mainly for gaming in crossfire, I say why not. If not, I'd get something else. Either way, I think you are rolling the dice on this one.
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post #6 of 7
it gas ACC but the code is not as effective as competitive unlocking boards has like MSI and Asrock..why not get the 880GM instead??it unlocks further and better plus uses a new architecture and supports SATA3 natively..
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post #7 of 7
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i guess the price lol and that way i have a back up for my sys incase my biostar fails
although ive had no probs with my biostar what so ever
but you never knwo "knock on wood"
i figured its at the very least decent to good for the price and if not i can use it to build a spare gaming rig
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