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I'm really looking for a board that's going to be reliable and last 5 years. Build quality is more important than features.
    
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In my experience Gigabyte has been the most reliable. Although i have heard people say Asus is the most reliable.
    
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Well we have one that is like 5-6 yrs old. Still as solid as a rock
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post #14 of 17
Of all the motherboards I've been through over the past 12 years, Gigabyte has been most reliable and problem free brand for me. Still have a P35 DS3L from 2008 running like it was brand new. Biostar is on the low end of my list as I've had the most issues with them since the SKT 478 era.
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I like Asus first then Gigabyte. Asus in my experience has better warranty support


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post #16 of 17
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For the price I am really like the AsRock H87 Fatality edition. However, I don't like AsRock's warranty being only 1 year.

Ill keep considering the AsRock (the reviews are great)

But its looking like the Gigabyte or Asus..


Maybe I should start a poll....
    
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post #17 of 17
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Well we have one that is like 5-6 yrs old. Still as solid as a rock
Number that's a gigabyte Ga-k8vm800m
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