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I hate you all... I'm switching over to the P5k Right now. >=\\
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i agree with most that u should look at a top of the line Asus mobo and steer away from gigabyte though i am not sure wat that gigabyte mobo is like
    
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i agree with most that u should look at a top of the line Asus mobo and steer away from gigabyte though i am not sure wat that gigabyte mobo is like
Then you probably shouldn't tell him to steer away from it. The Gigabyte P35 motherboards are great. Still getting good reports, no reason to just "steer away" from them.

If you can't afford the Asus board, the Gigabyte is a stellar Option.
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Then you probably shouldn't tell him to steer away from it. The Gigabyte P35 motherboards are great. Still getting good reports, no reason to just "steer away" from them.

If you can't afford the Asus board, the Gigabyte is a stellar Option.
Just that from everything that i have read Asus mobos have performed better than gigabyte mobos and i have had some bad experiences with gigabyte too. But if you have used this mobo he is talking about and have gotten good results then by all means i withdraw my comment to "steer away" from them. Probs wat i meant to say is that Asus MIGHT be a better choice (if budget permits)
    
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