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duuude... the EVGA for sure if you must... but u r a traitor! heheh

enjoy!
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lol, I am jumping ship on ASUS for a good while... they just lost themselves a customer. I wish more people knew about this, I'm gonna post it on all the WoW forums, all the Counterstrike, etc etc forums. Utterly unacceptable....

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=223749

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I made the switch to EVGA. I got the T1 which is the same as the A1 minus the cool looking box and some of the cables. I made this switch until the x38 is released.
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I think I may go EVGA too but only cause I see no SLI with 4.0 recorded in the ASUS side of things.... also $300 is too much for me and the X38's might be even more than that...

Treatment... we might have to start a thread to OC together then... NVspec... you gotta join in for sure bro!


CRAP! WHAT AM I SAYING.. I forgot that this one doesn't work out for me cause it only has 4 SATA ports.... :cursing:
I need SLI and 6 SATA...
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I just wanna know from someone on this site...

A1 vs T1 for the EVGA... what is the exact difference... no details too small.

Then after that, I will have two boards, and I will have a side by side comparison and post the &^#%@#!@ results everywhere. FREE advertising for EVGA from a new fan. ASUS can take it up the butt for all I care, I will be posting it on ALL the forums I visit, all the people I talk to, everyone. It will make at least 0.01% difference damnit!

Yeah, we'll start a anti-asus thread, I'm down for that. I know other people who will join too.

Edit: By the way, I started a EVGA BETTER THAN ASUS at the ASUS Forums. Hope they enjoy that.

Edit #2 : I forgot to mention why I opted to just go ahead with the EVGA. The 680i series has better memory bandwidth than the P35 series for DDR2's. There's no indication that the X38 will be any better, and if it is any better, then I can sell the EVGA late decemember, since the new x38 will be out in early september and revisions of x38 will be out late october... and after the reviews come in, I'll have a better idea of whether or not to let go of the EVGA
    
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I think I may go EVGA too but only cause I see no SLI with 4.0 recorded in the ASUS side of things.... also $300 is too much for me and the X38's might be even more than that...

Treatment... we might have to start a thread to OC together then... NVspec... you gotta join in for sure bro!

ahhhh...

dont get me the wrong! the evga is still a little walled as you start needing alot more cpu vcore b/c of the FSB wall.

for example I ran 7 x 457 or something to reach 3.2ghz. I couldn't even boot that up at the same voltage i use for 3.6ghz with 9 x 400. I had to go all the way up past 1.5v due to the monstrosity of this 680i chipset! However, I was just trying to test out things for the FSB on this board.

Tho! I have booted up at 4.2xx ghz, made it in the bios.. get to see Windows XP for a matter of a couple of seconds then bLAH! restart!
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I just wanna know from someone on this site...

A1 vs T1 for the EVGA... what is the exact difference... no details too small.

Absolutely nothing is different as the A1 and the T1 are the same exact board. The only difference is that the A1 is kinda like a retail boxed version as it comes with more cables, a paperback manual (the T1's comes on the cd), and I believe the A1 gets a more spiffy colorful motorcycle box! If those are important to you, get the A1, otherwise the T1 will be the same exact board.
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Well then

http://www.zipzoomfly.com/jsp/Produc...uctCode=246712

$179.99

I can sell my P5N32-E SLI for at LEAST $150. $30 doesn't seem bad at all right about now, and that's assuming $150, if lucky you can sell at $180... then again if you're selling at $150 and buying a $180, might as well spend the extra $50 and get the P5K... oh WAIT a second, that's a ASUS board, F@%# ASUS. The Gigabyte P35-Dxxx
    
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Well then

http://www.zipzoomfly.com/jsp/Produc...uctCode=246712

$179.99

I can sell my P5N32-E SLI for at LEAST $150. $30 doesn't seem bad at all right about now, and that's assuming $150, if lucky you can sell at $180

May I suggest newegg? they have it for 199 as well, but you can use the PAYPAL20 for 20 bucks off instantly.
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Free shipping from ZZF though =\\, I compare the two all the time, fan of both.
    
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