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post #41 of 50
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Another thing about the tooth is the temp sensor all over
We don't have Lian Li in Spain, so I chose the best from what was available to me.

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I can't even argue with you, the two motherboards I listed, cost less and have great quality VRMs. Who says the sabertooth (with their TUF vrms) are so great. If youre getting an unknown manufacturers motherboard with a shoddy 4 + 1 vrm count, then sure you have to worry, but at this price point its all the same. Dude would you try to understand please? You're paying more for NOTHING AT ALL. An MSI GD 65 is a superior board in every single way to the Sabertooth and it costs LESS. It too has Military standard technology, and go to their website, IT IS APPROVED military standard. look at their mosfets and mosfet cooling, is superior to that of that bs Sabertooth.

and don't tell me about the reviews of the HAF X. reviewers are idiotic, that case isn't that great. Have you never owned a computer before, You should realize those ducts don't matter for anything. You want a better case? I'll show you dozens of better cases than that thing at the same price.
Superior in every single way?
Saber beats it in overclocking, BIOS, and general performance. Either way, what really matters to me is the 5 year warranty, mil spec, and temp sensors. The rest I don't care.

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post #42 of 50
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Superior in every single way?
Saber beats it in overclocking, BIOS, and general performance. Either way, what really matters to me is the 5 year warranty, mil spec, and temp sensors. The rest I don't care.
http://www.hwbot.org/hardware/mother...tab=2drankings
http://www.hwbot.org/hardware/mother...tab=2drankings

3 year warranty. Mil spec. Temp sensors aswell. Same great UEFI bios
and no, saber does not beat it in overclockability.

Look buddy, its your dime you wanna waste, not my problem. Go ahead waste another 10 euros here, 10 euros there, doesn't matter to me.

http://www.guru3d.com/article/msi-p6...oard-review/24
     
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post #43 of 50
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http://www.hwbot.org/hardware/mother...tab=2drankings
http://www.hwbot.org/hardware/mother...tab=2drankings

3 year warranty. Mil spec. Temp sensors aswell. Same great UEFI bios
and no, saber does not beat it in overclockability.

Look buddy, its your dime you wanna waste, not my problem. Go ahead waste another 10 euros here, 10 euros there, doesn't matter to me.

http://www.guru3d.com/article/msi-p6...oard-review/24
The only thing that matters here is that the board lasts me at least 4 years, and has enough warranty to cover for any crap-ups.
Overclocking? pffft. I'm never going to push it past 5Ghz, so I couldn't care less.
Have u used a GD65? Anyone here to share their experiences?
This is my first build, I want to make it perfect. I don't want to have to spend $200-300 again 4 years down the line.

Apart from the board which is still up for discussion,
Any other comments?
Edit:
http://www.ocaholic.ch/xoops/html/mo...id=487&page=10
They're very similar boards
http://www.hardwareheaven.com/review...-crysis-2.html
http://www.hardwareheaven.com/review...rclocking.html
    
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post #44 of 50
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We don't have Lian Li in Spain, so I chose the best from what was available to me.
Plenty of them mate: http://www.pccomponentes.com/torres_atx-lian-li.html
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post #45 of 50
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Ahhh.. hand't seen... On the part selector everything is in caps and make me dizzy :S

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post #46 of 50
Stop excessively bumping. Use the edit button instead of double/triple/quadruple/quintuple posting.
Edited by justarealguy - 5/23/11 at 11:20am
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post #47 of 50
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Stop excessively bumping. Use the edit button instead of double/triple/quadruple/quintuple posting.
Sorry :S
    
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post #48 of 50
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SO the 480 went out of stock:
What do?
1. Wait for 480?
2. Get 2500k and GTX5xx?
3. 6950/6970?
Edited by Butter on Toast - 5/26/11 at 12:12pm
    
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post #49 of 50
Do you really want the 480? Will it come back in stock? It is no longer produced, so that may not happen. A 570 / 6950 will give you great performance. It's up to you.

The 2500k is a great chip for the money, so long as you don't need HT.
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post #50 of 50
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Do you really want the 480? Will it come back in stock? It is no longer produced, so that may not happen. A 570 / 6950 will give you great performance. It's up to you.

The 2500k is a great chip for the money, so long as you don't need HT.
The problem is that that card was perfect for my budget! Well cooled, low price :S

I think it might be re-stocked... nt sure though :S
why does this always happen to me?
    
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