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Twelve weeks today, so it took them just under twelve weeks to get me a functioning board. Of course, I ordered an ASRock board during this whole argument because I knew that they would string this out and hope that I would lose interest. I am still very frustrated.

Buy MSI or Gigabyte next time is all i can say

I know because of this with your RAM i wont buy a Asus motherboard next time it will be either MSI or Gigabyte
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post #102 of 105
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Twelve weeks today, so it took them just under twelve weeks to get me a functioning board. Of course, I ordered an ASRock board during this whole argument because I knew that they would string this out and hope that I would lose interest. I am still very frustrated.

Wow, I can't believe how long it took! That's insane. I would have pulled all my hair out by now, I admire your sticking with it. I used an Asus board in my last build and now have an Asrock in my new build. I thought I'd read somewhere that Asus owns Asrock. I really hope that's not true.
    
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Wow, I can't believe how long it took! That's insane. I would have pulled all my hair out by now, I admire your sticking with it. I used an Asus board in my last build and now have an Asrock in my new build. I thought I'd read somewhere that Asus owns Asrock. I really hope that's not true.

Think that like Rosewill they are their own company now
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post #104 of 105
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Buy MSI or Gigabyte next time is all i can say

I know because of this with your RAM i wont buy a Asus motherboard next time it will be either MSI or Gigabyte
I wouldn't buy MSI on the low-end either
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Wow, I can't believe how long it took! That's insane. I would have pulled all my hair out by now, I admire your sticking with it. I used an Asus board in my last build and now have an Asrock in my new build. I thought I'd read somewhere that Asus owns Asrock. I really hope that's not true.
Spinoff. ASRock was originally a "low-end" version of ASUS ... Not so much today, they're individual companies unless ASUS buys them back
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I wonder if they repaired the mobo or they just sent the broken one back...
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