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The good thing about letting the bottle decide is that if you spin it and it says Gigabyte, then you say "I wish it stopped on Asus" you know to get an Asus because you prefer it.
Well I guess I had preferred Gigabyte before I had decided to spin the bottle (see sig)
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From my experience, I have gotten better performance out of my Gigabyte boards.
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When my BIOS starts up, my computer says "Asus-Rock solid." Loving the choice of words.



The good thing about letting the bottle decide is that if you spin it and it says Gigabyte, then you say "I wish it stopped on Asus" you know to get an Asus because you prefer it.
When my bottle lands on Asus I usually figure the bottle is confused, because of this down below..

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From my experience, I have gotten better performance out of my Gigabyte boards.
Same here, I don't knock Asus since people can do well with them, just not me, can never seem to make an Asus board keep up with the GB.
    
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LOl.. I oced my CPU to 5.1Ghz without problem... But this CPU cooler is sucks balls. Looking forward for water cooling lol...
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LOl.. I oced my CPU to 5.1Ghz without problem... But this CPU cooler is sucks balls. Looking forward for water cooling lol...
Good to hear!
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Unfortunately for the OP.. he picked a horrible chipset to compare anything on.. 1155 blows. SB is all about the CPU.. to hell with premium mobo's. Most other chipsets though.. I would say the brands are pretty neck-n-neck. Ive had really similar results with both. Gigabut and Asoos are my 1st picks with any build.

just my
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whats with motherboards only allowing two PCI-E at 16x?

PCI Express 2.0 x16:
4 (2 @ x16 or 4 @ x8)
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post #28 of 49
Honestly, you can't go wrong with either. Just flip a coin really and decide that way if you can't make up your mind haha. Personally, I'd get Asus... Brand loyal here lol.
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I've had both Asus and Giga and honestly both are solid boards. Look at features and design and go with what appeals to you. I honestly would have picked a UD7 if the Asus boards didn't have built in BT.
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Some random told me Gigabyte's p67/z68 boards have longer boot times because they doesnt have UEFI like the other brands. Did I get trolled hard or is there some truth to this? I hardly tinkered with my new build (exams) and this got me very curious.

Reading reviews for either of these brands show that they all perform like they should... :S
    
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