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I can see you have no real experience over-clocking ASRock MBs or building systems with ASRock MBs.

Posting from my asrock powered rig that's been running this OC every day on the stock cooler since day1 which was about... 4 years ago. thumb.gif
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If I wanted it to go fast, it would be in my TA785GE 128m wink.gif

It's not a question of skill or experience, it's that the boards aren't capable of pushing higher clocks. If they were so awesome don't you think when Asrock hired the worlds #2 overclocker in NickShih that he would be overclocking on their boards and not a selection of Asus boards? tongue.gif

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OMG we agree on something.

lol awesome! *High Five*

Lets get back on topic anyways, this is going nowhere. Arguing about the performance of boards that aren't out yet is ridiculous. Never-mind one that hasn't even been announced.
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post #32 of 38
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Posting from my asrock powered rig that's been running this OC every day on the stock cooler since day1 which was about... 4 years ago. thumb.gifWarning: proof! (Click to show)
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If I wanted it to go fast, it would be in my TA785GE 128m wink.gif
It's not a question of skill or experience, it's that the boards aren't capable of pushing higher clocks. If they were so awesome don't you think when Asrock hired the worlds #2 overclocker in NickShih that he would be overclocking on their boards and not a selection of Asus boards? tongue.gif
lol awesome! *High Five*
Lets get back on topic anyways, this is going nowhere. Arguing about the performance of boards that aren't out yet is ridiculous. Never-mind one that hasn't even been announced.

The way I see it. Is any MB that can reach around 4.8GHz stable on air deserves some respect. Both my systems are at 5.1GHz. Extreme Overclocks are a-lot of hype, what good are they if you cannot run them 24/7?
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ISPs have to keep records that when a IP was assigned to whom smile.gif
I saw this thread being buried down. My little bump got it some attention and opinions. I am so happy biggrin.gif
Go Biostar.

You do not think I know ISP keep records? I know that, what does that have to do with my comment? Did I threaten to kill someone or something.
post #33 of 38
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OMG we agree on something.
To those fighting him- ASRock uses ASUS parts, their low-end parts, and then uses some even lower-end parts. They also don't have the same BIOS. otherwise they are made int he same factories. ROG though, is totally separate.
ASRock is just cheap, and most people don't really see the importance in a motherboard, so that is hwy people like them. Cheaper than the rest with the same features, but not OC features.
My opinion asrock is good in the ultra low-end, but for $30-50 more id buy asus, of course there are those who would rather not spend that money on a motherboard. BTW el_Gappo is a heavy bencher, he has used more boards than just his asus, as have I. I have used ASRock X79 and Z68, MSi P67 and X79, GB P67/Z68/X79, ASUS Z68/X79 I have to say there is a reason some boards cost more than others when it comes to OC.

I wouldn't call them cheap. I use ASUS my self, but ASRock is no slouch. ASRock is more affordable and they have to be, because they are competing with ASUS and Gigabyte.
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Looks really nice!
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I wouldn't call them cheap. I use ASUS my self, but ASRock is no slouch. ASRock is more affordable and they have to be, because they are competing with ASUS and Gigabyte.

they have always been cheaper than the rest, that is the way a true TW company does it. They sell cheaper products with lower profit margins, but sell 20x more of those than they do the high profit margin enthusiast boards. it is just easier.
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Biostar finally changed their color scheme a bit. Can't wait to hear more news. Still deciding on this or the TPower X79 for next year.
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Mmmmm, I like. Nice color scheme and layout, and hopefully it has that legendary Biostar overclockability.
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That's kind of amusing.... it wasn't all that long ago that ASRock wasn't considered very highly either.... wink.gif

Aye, I forgot to put it in my post but I also remember when ASRock and Biostar were thrown in the same lot of low-end boards. It looks like both of them are climbing their way out!
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Originally Posted by el gappo View Post

Biostar are known for putting out great overclocking boards cheaply, some of which are capable of pushing crazy (world record level) clocks, they are highly underrated imo. Asrock are known for never really being competitive in any facet of overclocking other than agp cards on 775 rolleyes.gif .... They seem to of developed a reputation on here that they don't really deserve.
Honestly don't get it but time will tell I guess.

Yeah aren't quite a few world records held on Biostar boards? I think ASRock has won reputation points because they've started pushing out higher end boards that look nice. Having a solid black board appeals to quite a few people I think smile.gif
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