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One very big advantage the Gigabyte board has over the Assrock board is the SATA ports on the Gigabyte boards is at a 90 degree angle so if you have a very big graphics card your SATA ports wont be blocked by the graphics card

It also looks better made then the Assrock board
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One very big advantage the Gigabyte board has over the Assrock board is the SATA ports on the Gigabyte boards is at a 90 degree angle so if you have a very big graphics card your SATA ports wont be blocked by the graphics card

It also looks better made then the Assrock board

Ic, wow that is great to know. =) Thanks mate for the info.
     
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You really cant go worng with Gigabyte i have never had or seen a broken Gigabyte board.

On the other hand every single asrock board i have ever worked with was broken or had a broken part.

Maybe i was super unlucky and had all the broken asrock board they made but i dont feel very much like buying anything from Asrock again
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Don't get the 970A-DS3 get the 970A-UD3. It has the better 8+2 Phase VRM's so if you plan on overclocking at all it will support it.
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Going from an FX 8120 to an FX 8350 on my Sabertooth 990FX made a huge difference. I could only seem to hit 4.6 GHz on my 8120 and the 8350 hit 4.9Ghz pretty easily on my liquid cooling. On air I did a stock to stock comparison and the 8350 was about 10*c cooler at 4Ghz than my 8120. It could do 4GHz at a lot lower of a voltage than my 8120. As far as real world performance I noticed a difference in Skyrim and BF3. With an 8350 and a 7950 I don't think you can go wrong. They are both pretty good for gaming and rendering.
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Don't get the 970A-DS3 get the 970A-UD3. It has the better 8+2 Phase VRM's so if you plan on overclocking at all it will support it.

Oh thank you I will go and update my list.
     
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One very big advantage the Gigabyte board has over the Assrock board is the SATA ports on the Gigabyte boards is at a 90 degree angle so if you have a very big graphics card your SATA ports wont be blocked by the graphics card

It also looks better made then the Assrock board

I see what you did there. rolleyes.gif

I currently have an Asrock atm and it's performing well for its price. Had a Gigabyte one before as well. It was a sweet board. Can't really go wrong with one of the top 5 motherboard manufacturers in the world
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I'm confused, am I the only one that looks at going from the 990FX chipset with a 8150 to the 970 chipset with the 8350 as kind of a counter intuitive sidestep? Obviously you want to stay in budget... but you're going from a high end board to a "meh" one for the sake of upgrading your processor.. slightly since its still essentially the same chip, just rev2.

I know the 8350 is night and day better, but don't you feel like you're shooting yourself in the foot looking at a worse chipset?
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I'm confused, am I the only one that looks at going from the 990FX chipset with a 8150 to the 970 chipset with the 8350 as kind of a counter intuitive sidestep? Obviously you want to stay in budget... but you're going from a high end board to a "meh" one for the sake of upgrading your processor.. slightly since its still essentially the same chip, just rev2.

I know the 8350 is night and day better, but don't you feel like you're shooting yourself in the foot looking at a worse chipset?

The Sabertooth is a great motherboard but I barely do serious overclocking plus I plan on building a nice smooth rig that I can do what I need like audio recording, video editing and gaming. I a having now a problem because the change of Motherboard is costing me a lot more now so trying to balance the purchase rig from amazon at the moment.
     
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The Sabertooth is a great motherboard but I barely do serious overclocking plus I plan on building a nice smooth rig that I can do what I need like audio recording, video editing and gaming. I a having now a problem because the change of Motherboard is costing me a lot more now so trying to balance the purchase rig from amazon at the moment.

Can you at least go for a Gigabyte 990FX-UD3?
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