Originally Posted by miklkit
I agree that that plug is poorly placed in the Sabertooth, which caused the heavy cable in my Silverstone case to make a 90degree turn out and then a full 180 degree turn back to the board. This put a lot of stress on the plug and it was never secure. And the video card was right there too.
But you shouldn't use MSI as an example. Almost no one likes MSI.
Maybe because most people that doesn't like MSI has no idea on what they are talking about and are buying the Asus marketing?
I mean, MSI GPU's are always reviewed as one of the best clockers, trun more quiet, cools best and the RMA is excellent if i may believe people that make that claim.
Its not bashing on Asus but if their products are really that good, why do they put so much money in marketing in the first place? I mean if their product is that great it will sell for its self right?
For instance, i had to install an Asus tablet TF300T, its not older than half a year and its already not working anymore...when i pull the tablet off the keyboard the touch screen doesn't work anymore, i did several hard resets and no luck. I called Asus about it and guess what they say..? NO support whatsoever.
A couple of years back i had an notebook that was nothing but trouble and a friend of mine had the same exact issues with another notebook from Asus. Now my MB doesn't work properly, later the tablet, they offer no support whatsoever to the customer. That is reason enough for me to NEVER buy any product from them again.
Does that say Asus is a bad brand? NO, but i have several bad experiences with Asus that i don't feel comfortable to buy it ever again let a lone recommend it to someone if they ask me what to buy.