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Evga eats ram.
Stick with Asus.
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Mini v2.0
(13 items)
 
Minecraft Server
(15 items)
 
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q9650 E0 GF9300 ITX Wifi-I-E MSI GTS450 Cyclone OC G.Skill Pi (2x2) 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
160gb WD Scorpio Black Raid 0 Slot load Windows 7 x64 19" NEC Flatron 
PowerCase
400w 1u server (modded) 50 Cal Ammo Can (Fully Custom) 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
q8300 EVGA 750i FTW nvidia fx 4000 pci 4x2 ddr2 
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post #12 of 13
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Originally Posted by Special_K View Post
Evga eats ram.
Stick with Asus.
Never ever ever ate my ram. I am positive this has been corrected. I highly doubt after all this time with the NF68-A1 and T1 being sold if they were truely doing this they wouldn't be one of the TOP 680i boards sold.

I hate hearing this because I don't believe this to be an issue any more and it's hurting their rep badly. Both the AR and A1 I had were great boards. The only thing I could fault them on was not going past 480MHz FSB for me.
post #13 of 13
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Originally Posted by Special_K View Post
Evga eats ram.
Stick with Asus.
It ate RAM when it was first introduced... that issue has long been fixed.
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