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post #11 of 16
GIG-A-BYTE!!!!! I SAY. So THAT MEANS GIGABYTE.
post #12 of 16
Either Asus or Dfi. Leaning towards dfi cause their tech support is much better.
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post #13 of 16
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Anyone overclocked on a Tyan? It looks like they are much more expensive than the other brands. (about $200 for a regular socket 939 board with PCI-E x16) Supposedly they are known for their stability and reliability.
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post #14 of 16
Well this is OC.net and I dont see to many people with a Tyan mobo, that should be a good indication, just bc something is more expensive doesnt make it better in OCing....For example the Opteron165 is cheaper then a 4400, 4800X2, but the 165 will prob OC higher
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Well, most people say DFI is the best board for overclocking but I'm not interested in knowing that. I want to know what company is considered to make the highest quality boards.
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post #16 of 16
I have used Gigabyte, Asus, and PC Chips MoBos.

From experience, best to worst:

1) Asus
2) Gigabyte
3)PC Chips

From reviews and other peoples comments, feedback, and stories I would say that it is a toss-up between DFI and ASUS. It really depends on what you are going to do beyond stock and how you are going to go about doing it. Gigabyte also have some good high-end boards as well.

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