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Poll Results: DFI DK P35 or P5K-E [Or Other]

 
  • 72% (16)
    DFI DK P35
  • 18% (4)
    ASUS P5K-E
  • 9% (2)
    Other [Please state]
22 Total Votes  
post #21 of 26
i never tried the zalman on the DFI i had it on my P5E before I killed it but it should fit as the mounting ring can be rotated to fit between the PWM heatsinks and it is smaller than the IFX-14
post #22 of 26
surprisingly, my BT fits pretty well on the DFI and its a beast too. im not too sure how much bigger the TRUE is, but the BT was big enough for my to not have any clearance to stick a small fan by the NB. i'll fox with it later.
    
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post #23 of 26
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Oooh, im gonna buy a wee 4" UV Cathode with my DFI, so it'll look snazzy
    
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post #24 of 26
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I was thinking, the stock NB Cooler looks a lil chunky + Apparently it gets hot, i might try build a dirty cheap WC Loop for it =) How cute

With a lil 120MM Rad that i can simply slot into my drivebay area

Edit: Wouldnt be worth it =P
    
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post #25 of 26
Looked long and hard at both and went with the Abit Pro. The reason...nobody complained about it. Lots of gripes about Asus. Plenty don't like the DFI NB heat.

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post #26 of 26
I'd go P5K-E/WiFi...

Scan have it for a very good price and you can get free delivery on a couple of forums now, the board itself has loads of features, plenty of BIOS tweaks, does decent FSBs and has wider chokes than the DFI so will be able to supply a more consistent voltage when heavily overclocked
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