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Let me ask you guys a question. Why do people often say that Asus or Gigabyte boards are superior to MSI board? What is it that makes MSI boards less attractive?
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They like to catch fire....

quick search

http://www.overclock.net/t/747819/what-can-i-do-to-my-msi-790fx-to-prevent-it-from-catching-on-fire/0_100

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Originally Posted by Sevada88 View Post

Let me ask you guys a question. Why do people often say that Asus or Gigabyte boards are superior to MSI board? What is it that makes MSI boards less attractive?

Because most, not all, MSI boards have weak VRM components.

MSI GD55 or above are pretty solid, but again Gigabyte and Asus often offer more features for the same price. Thus, one must always check the exact MSI model with its competitors before buying it.
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Only MSI AMD boards with 4+1 phase catch on fire. My MSI Z68A-GD80 has been rock solid for almost 1 year with 2600k overclocked to 4.5ghz.
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Only MSI AMD boards with 4+1 phase catch on fire. My MSI Z68A-GD80 has been rock solid for almost 1 year with 2600k overclocked to 4.5ghz.

I agree with you, as ALL MSI boards aren't bad. I have chatted with an experienced MSI user- a fprum moderator actually -- and although there has been troubles with some boards, my 990FXA-GD80 has a beefy heatsink on the VRM (the whole board does actually) and it's been a beast and costs less than asus crosshair or gigabyte ud5 or ud7 as well. I did have a problem with it but it was more of a bad luck issue and not a quality issue. One of the fan headers blew and the first memory slot as well. The build quality was so good that it still ran fine after plugging then fan into another header and the ram into channel 2!!! I sent it in and got a brand new mobo as well. Go MSI!!!
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All mis boards aren't bad. some good quality board are available in the market......
so u chose good one.....
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For me, I had to find a work around for the issue I had with mine. I have to say they make nice stuff but it's maybe not amazing stuff. On that note I have seen more people have to return ASUS boards over any other manufacturer. To me ASUS is in a constant state of pumping out as many boards at just over the "pass" mark as possible. Ever notice how many people RMA their Asus boards? Gigabyte boards are alright but their low-midrange boards they seem to do a good job with their electrical but cheap out on their sound and lan chips. I have never owned a Gigabyte board I have been meaning to try one for a few years. I keep saying my next board will be one but nothing of their's has really jumped out at me in my price range.

I am guessing my issue may have been because of MSI's VRMs? Maybe I dunno I'm not a real electrical guy and no idea when it comes to pwns and all that. All I know when Power Technology is enabled the board emits a horrible whine noise.
When the board came out it was part of a i3 2100 special that was going on at Microcenter and a ton of people ended up having this issue. You can do a search for it. I ended up finding a workaround and posted it on numerous forums. This was after MSI tech support first almost bricked my board by telling me improper way of resetting my BIOS. When I called back they did not believe me I spoke to someone there, then they went on to tell me it was from my other components that had never had an issue.
Here is the thread I made on their own forums regarding the issue: http://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=147426.0

Are all of MSI's products 100%? No. Has this board performed well with the workaround? Yes. Is MSI top of my list to buy again? No, especially after their tech support had their heads up their asses when numerous people are having the same issue. It didn't seem to take very long for them to discontinue the product.

For me:

MSI rolleyes.gif - Headache, long run has been good experience except. I don't like being reluctant about updating my BIOS and having to disable the horrible whine again.
Abit thumb.gif- Amazing loved it just like Epox I would buy another if I could
EVGA mad.gif - First board to completely die, customer support was good, board quality very skeptical. Sold its replacement
DFI smile.gif- Iffy suport, AMAZING board but they are no more
Epox thumb.gif- Amazing Amazing Amazing like 10 years old still works awesome. I would still buy Epox if I could
Shuttle thumb.gif- No issues no problems
Biostar thumb.gif- Again no issues
Biostar thumb.gif- Wonderful, and great support
Asus madsmiley.png - Nightmare Never ending issues

My list of experiences with mobo's. As you can see just because a board is in the big 3 does not mean it will return a gold experience. Make a poll and see which manufacturer's people had to RMA the most. I bet ECS and Asus will be in the top 3. Would I give ASUS or MSI another chance? I would love them to provide me with a new board for a 2nd chance. But I am not going to pay full price for their second chance. They owe me in terms of headaches. I am actually looking for a new Z77 board so right now my choices are still up in the air.
Biostar really needs to put out an enthusiast M-ATX board just saying their is room to go up against the Asus's ASUS Maximus V Gene, and especially include a normal pci slot. Asrock did it with their ASRock X79 EXTREME4-M. Genius! Props to Asrock on that.

MSI may not be my top choice for mobo's however it is my top choice for video cards, Go figure.
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For me, I had to find a work around for the issue I had with mine. I have to say they make nice stuff but it's maybe not amazing stuff. On that note I have seen more people have to return ASUS boards over any other manufacturer. To me ASUS is in a constant state of pumping out as many boards at just over the "pass" mark as possible. Ever notice how many people RMA their Asus boards? Gigabyte boards are alright but their low-midrange boards they seem to do a good job with their electrical but cheap out on their sound and lan chips. I have never owned a Gigabyte board I have been meaning to try one for a few years. I keep saying my next board will be one but nothing of their's has really jumped out at me in my price range.
I am guessing my issue may have beenbecause of MSI's VRMs? Maybe I dunno I'm not a real electrical guy and no idea when it comes to pwns and all that. All I know when Power Technology is enabled the board emits a horrible whine noise.
When the board came out it was part of a i3 2100 special that was going on at Microcenter and a ton of people ended up having this issue. You can do a search for it. I ended up finding a workaround and posted it on numerous forums. This was after MSI tech support first almost bricked my board by telling me improper way of resetting my BIOS. When I called back they did not believe me I spoke to someone there, then they went on to tell me it was from my other components that had never had an issue.
Here is the thread I made on their own forums regarding the issue: http://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=147426.0
Are all of MSI's products 100%? No. Has this board performed well with the workaround? Yes. Is MSI top of my list to buy again? No, especially after their tech support had their heads up their asses when numerous people are having the same issue. It didn't seem to take very long for them to discontinue the product.
For me:
MSI rolleyes.gif - Headache, long run has been good experience except. I don't like being reluctant about updating my BIOS and having to disable the horrible whine again.
Abit thumb.gif- Amazing loved it just like Epox I would buy another if I could
EVGA mad.gif - First board to completely die, customer support was good, board quality very skeptical. Sold its replacement
DFI smile.gif- Iffy suport, AMAZING board but they are no more
Epox thumb.gif- Amazing Amazing Amazing like 10 years old still works awesome. I would still buy Epox if I could
Shuttle thumb.gif- No issues no problems
Biostar thumb.gif- Again no issues
Biostar thumb.gif- Wonderful, and great support
Asus madsmiley.png - Nightmare Never ending issues
My list of experiences with mobo's. As you can see just because a board is in the big 3 does not mean it will return a gold experience. Make a poll and see which manufacturer's people had to RMA the most. I bet ECS and Asus will be in the top 3. Would I give ASUS or MSI another chance? I would love them to provide me with a new board for a 2nd chance. But I am not going to pay full price for their second chance. They owe me in terms of headaches. I am actually looking for a new Z77 board so right now my choices are still up in the air.
Biostar really needs to put out an enthusiast M-ATX board just saying their is room to go up against the Asus's ASUS Maximus V Gene, and especially include a normal pci slot. Asrock did it with their ASRock X79 EXTREME4-M. Genius! Props to Asrock on that.
MSI may not be my top choice for mobo's however it is my top choice for video cards, Go figure.


I got the exact opposite experience with those manufactures. tongue.gif
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90% of pickup truck drivers with V8's never need them since they are only used as daily drivers. So tell him about all the features he's missing out on that aren't gimmicks or never going to be relevant. I think benchmarks are more important than if your board contains 2oz of copper, has a dehumidifier, mPCIe Combo card, usb 3.0 boost ect. Not a bad overview of different manufacturers in a price range: http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/z77-express-ivy-bridge-benchmark,3254.html

Sevada88 I guess I go on rants because I am extremely value conscious. I think VRM/ Electrical quality is likely the #1 issue. For me anyway, that and the customer support being terrible.
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For me, I had to find a work around for the issue I had with mine. I have to say they make nice stuff but it's maybe not amazing stuff. On that note I have seen more people have to return ASUS boards over any other manufacturer. To me ASUS is in a constant state of pumping out as many boards at just over the "pass" mark as possible. Ever notice how many people RMA their Asus boards? Gigabyte boards are alright but their low-midrange boards they seem to do a good job with their electrical but cheap out on their sound and lan chips. I have never owned a Gigabyte board I have been meaning to try one for a few years. I keep saying my next board will be one but nothing of their's has really jumped out at me in my price range.

I am guessing my issue may have beenbecause of MSI's VRMs? Maybe I dunno I'm not a real electrical guy and no idea when it comes to pwns and all that. All I know when Power Technology is enabled the board emits a horrible whine noise.
When the board came out it was part of a i3 2100 special that was going on at Microcenter and a ton of people ended up having this issue. You can do a search for it. I ended up finding a workaround and posted it on numerous forums. This was after MSI tech support first almost bricked my board by telling me improper way of resetting my BIOS. When I called back they did not believe me I spoke to someone there, then they went on to tell me it was from my other components that had never had an issue.
Here is the thread I made on their own forums regarding the issue: http://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=147426.0

Are all of MSI's products 100%? No. Has this board performed well with the workaround? Yes. Is MSI top of my list to buy again? No, especially after their tech support had their heads up their asses when numerous people are having the same issue. It didn't seem to take very long for them to discontinue the product.

For me:

MSI rolleyes.gif - Headache, long run has been good experience except. I don't like being reluctant about updating my BIOS and having to disable the horrible whine again.
Abit thumb.gif- Amazing loved it just like Epox I would buy another if I could
EVGA mad.gif - First board to completely die, customer support was good, board quality very skeptical. Sold its replacement
DFI smile.gif- Iffy suport, AMAZING board but they are no more
Epox thumb.gif- Amazing Amazing Amazing like 10 years old still works awesome. I would still buy Epox if I could
Shuttle thumb.gif- No issues no problems
Biostar thumb.gif- Again no issues
Biostar thumb.gif- Wonderful, and great support
Asus madsmiley.png - Nightmare Never ending issues

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Biostar really needs to put out an enthusiast M-ATX board just saying their is room to go up against the Asus's ASUS Maximus V Gene, and especially include a normal pci slot. Asrock did it with their ASRock X79 EXTREME4-M. Genius! Props to Asrock on that.

MSI may not be my top choice for mobo's however it is my top choice for video cards, Go figure.

I haven't has much experience with Asus until now, but so far so good. Peanut, when you mentioned MSI and "whine" it reminded me of my 990fxa-gd80. It's currently being repaired for something that wasn't the fault of the mobo, but it whined every time i restarted it. It didn't do it on cold start or load, just restarts. I love the board otherwise. How does the bios affect the whine? Could a different bios put it in check? Oh and my all-time favorite board was my Fatality 990fx. That board was totally awesome! Dual lan, easy bios, and lots of goodies and 12+1 phase power.
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