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Originally Posted by Gollie View Post
Abit IP35 Pro is a fantastic board.

uGuru for tweaking while in windows (not available on any other Abit P35 board) is worth the money for the conveinience factor alone. There is also an extrenal CMOS reset switch on the back panel. It is a rock solid, stable OCing monster.
After looking at reviews and forums it apeared that the Abit IP35 Pro has little to no issues. Asus iv used a few times and their last board I got the P5N32 e sli showed me just how awfull their customer support is.

Iv had a Abit before A7nf a while back and was solid with no overclocking issues. With this said iv gone for this board which should come tomorrow. It does come out slower than my DS4 board on bench marks but I dont care, I need stability.
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post #22 of 25
The following boards are relatively inexpensive and have good reputations:

ABIT IP35-E and Pro.
Gigabyte DS(insert alphabet soup, they're all decent)
DFI Bloodiron

Again, I wouldn't touch an nvidia chipset unless I was SLI; ick.
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post #23 of 25
Try the DFI Blood Iron or Dark. Everyone loves those.
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Originally Posted by Schroedinger View Post
The following boards are relatively inexpensive and have good reputations:

ABIT IP35-E and Pro.
Gigabyte DS(insert alphabet soup, they're all decent)
DFI Bloodiron

Again, I wouldn't touch an nvidia chipset unless I was SLI; ick.
you dont hear nvidia chipset users asking this question
post #25 of 25
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Originally Posted by noobdown View Post
you dont hear nvidia chipset users asking this question
You mean "Why did I buy this nForce POS that has an FSB hole from 280-330?" because I ask myself that question every day...

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it normaly happends the other way around for me, I read the reviews, see all good, good , good then get a product find a fault then search for that fault.
Then try looking for the bad reviews?
    
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