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which is better asrock, asus, gigabyte or msi?
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which is better asrock, asus, gigabyte or msi?

You'll only get a lot of personal opinion in terms of who is better, but if you asked me, I'd say go Gigabyte over the rest.
    
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which is better asrock, asus, gigabyte or msi?
I've always had great luck with Asus and MSI.


OT, Looking forward to some ITX boards with better onboard graphics.
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which is better asrock, asus, gigabyte or msi?
I've been a Gigabyte user for some time now because of the Dual Bios (TM) feature. In the past they have also provided very good cooling for the N/B, S/B and MOSFETs. My M59SLI-S5 can take 380Mhz on the system bus and remain very stable. Yet, I'm a technician so I can always take any board that has the basic guts and provide good cooling myself. Still my main thing with Gigabyte is that insurance policy regarding the bios.

However, I think I read somewhere one of those other manufacturers is using a bios flash feature that will let you plug in a USB drive with a bios update in it and you don't even need a processor!

Somebody here know which one it is?

Back to the topic, I will be getting whichever one of these manufacturers has the best mini board available when I have the disposable income to buy it.
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that MSI ITX board looks nice, i wonder if adding a couple stick on heatsinks will allow it to overclock a little bit. im sure ASRock will come out with an ITX board so maybe worth waiting for that.
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I'm really liking that MSI board!!

By the way xd_1771, check this one out:

http://www.techpowerup.com/167345/Sapphire-Unveils-Pure-Platinum-A75T-Mini-ITX-Motherboard.html

Heatsinked MOSFETs, and mini PCIe. I say it's pretty good biggrin.gif
   
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^ 4+1 phase heatsinked... best ITX board! Added

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I'm digging the Gb Up4 biggrin.gif
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I'm really liking that MSI board!!
By the way xd_1771, check this one out:
http://www.techpowerup.com/167345/Sapphire-Unveils-Pure-Platinum-A75T-Mini-ITX-Motherboard.html
Heatsinked MOSFETs, and mini PCIe. I say it's pretty good biggrin.gif
I saw that Sapphire board a ways back and just dismissed it as stupid, so I didn't think to bother this thread with it.

Impressive heatsinks on those MOSFETs and S/B, Sapphire always is strong on cooling, but Laptop RAM? And what's with using the A75 S/B?

Dumb.

Oh, and while I'm at it, the MSI "A85" ITX board does NOT use the A85 chipset, unless it's very own display card is lying. MSI's own press says it's an A75 board.

The on-board WI-FI and bluetooth are cute ideas but they don't sell the board for me.
Edited by Ladamyre - 10/1/12 at 1:42pm
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