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LOL ASRock America is a bunch of fat idiots or something?

It almost looks like whoever is talking from ASRock America can't even put together a few words in english.

My first guess would be ASRock America operates out of India.
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My first guess would be ASRock America operates out of India.

This^ 

What bunch of morons this company hires. 

I tried 1.15, doesnt even boot to windows.


Edited by T0mat3 - 1/15/13 at 4:15pm
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So amazon (or a couple sellers on amazon) seems to have the MSI ITX fm2 boards in stock... are these more reliable than the asrock boards? i mean, i know they are more reliable, but are there any glaring issues the MSI board has that would detract me from getting it over waiting for offerings from gigabyte or zotac?
Edited by dav3yb - 1/16/13 at 11:24am
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So amazon (or a couple sellers on amazon) seems to have the MSI ITX fm2 boards in stock... are these more reliable than the asrock boards? i mean, i know they are more reliable, but are there any glaring issues the MSI board has that would detract me from getting it over waiting for offerings from gigabyte or zotac?

They are by far more reliable, as in they can run your processor at stock and not burn, explode, or anything of the likes.

But considering Gigabyte's board will release in 2-3 weeks, if you can I would wait.
   
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They are by far more reliable, as in they can run your processor at stock and not burn, explode, or anything of the likes.

But considering Gigabyte's board will release in 2-3 weeks, if you can I would wait.

Yeah, i think at this rate ill be waiting till my next paycheck to start ordering parts... i think ive got what case i want selected, and i know im going for the a10-5700.

just not sure if want to go overkill and get the max pico psu they make atm...

ive half way thought about buying a capture card to stick with it for recording or streaming. just not sure yet.
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So amazon (or a couple sellers on amazon) seems to have the MSI ITX fm2 boards in stock... are these more reliable than the asrock boards? i mean, i know they are more reliable, but are there any glaring issues the MSI board has that would detract me from getting it over waiting for offerings from gigabyte or zotac?

I think we've answered this exact question like 5 times by now? tongue.gif
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Yeah, i think at this rate ill be waiting till my next paycheck to start ordering parts... i think ive got what case i want selected, and i know im going for the a10-5700.

just not sure if want to go overkill and get the max pico psu they make atm...

ive half way thought about buying a capture card to stick with it for recording or streaming. just not sure yet.

i'd say go for it and join the ISK + A10 club

the only board i'm waiting for now and tbh i dont really care if its as bad the the original as i'd just undervolt (have to anyway to keep the temps) would be the FM2A85X-ITX.

I need the DL-DVI badly or if anyone could come up with a FM2 itx that has display port so i can drive a 29" screen
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can the a10-5800k with 8gb 1866 ram run dota 2?
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can the a10-5800k with 8gb 1866 ram run dota 2?

It can run whatever you throw at it.
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and i know im going for the a10-5700.

just not sure if want to go overkill and get the max pico psu they make atm...

I've said like ten thousand times that my rig is Prime/IBT stable and it runs all of it including the screen off a 80W continuous 120W peak PicoPSU... And the unit doesn't even get warm tongue.gif

The DC brick on the other hand, gets a bit... 'toasty' biggrin.gif But nothing serious.


An 10-5700 is pleeeeenty enough with a 120W PSU with at least 80% of said power on the 12V rails.
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the only board i'm waiting for now and tbh i dont really care if its as bad the the original as i'd just undervolt (have to anyway to keep the temps) would be the FM2A85X-ITX.

I need the DL-DVI badly or if anyone could come up with a FM2 itx that has display port so i can drive a 29" screen

My bet is that Gigabyte's ITX board will be simply a cut down version of my board, with striped PCI buses and only left with a PCI Express. And as such, have VGA, DVI-DL, and HDMI.
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It can run whatever you throw at it.
I've said like ten thousand times that my rig is Prime/IBT stable and it runs all of it including the screen off a 80W continuous 120W peak PicoPSU... And the unit doesn't even get warm tongue.gif

The DC brick on the other hand, gets a bit... 'toasty' biggrin.gif But nothing serious.


An 10-5700 is pleeeeenty enough with a 120W PSU with at least 80% of said power on the 12V rails.
My bet is that Gigabyte's ITX board will be simply a cut down version of my board, with striped PCI buses and only left with a PCI Express. And as such, have VGA, DVI-DL, and HDMI.

reason for your pico is that all 12v comes from the brick rather then the pico there for little 12v load is on it as its just a passthrough, brick on the other hand has to deliver 12v + everything else

re: gigabyte, may consider it if its black and its layout is suitable for my case . it needs to be able to have a layout so my rams(isnt exactly low profile) clears my fan and that the CPU location is directly under my fan

i'd still prefer asrock tbh even with its botched bios/power management
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