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Hehe, I just ordered the DFI, wonder who will get thiers first. I'm in washington state. It's probably coming from Tennessee . .

Ordered my DFI yesterday. Will probably get it Friday or something. Won't be able to play with it until next week thought as I will very likely need to redo my whole loop, which is always annoying. Hopefully I can get this Brisbane to 3.2GHz.
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I agree
Just one bad thing..... CPU Vcore is limited to +.1v, at least that is what I have read.

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I'd also vouch for the Gigabyte DS3. I've got the intel version running at work, and it's been rock solid stable at a good 75% OC for the past year.
I agree with you, my wife has the P35-DS3L and I absolutely love it. Vcore is not limited like it is on the MA770-DS3 (please feel free to correct me if I am wrong)


Anyway, my BIOSTAR TF8200 A2+ was shipped today. Should have it Monday or Tuesday. I'll be sure to let you guys know how it goes.

Thanks all.
    
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I am a bit out of the loop for AMD, but I did have a Biostar TF560 that was a great board. I have a 3600 Brisbane at 3000mhz and a 3800 Windsor at 3200mhz.
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I am a bit out of the loop for AMD, but I did have a Biostar TF560 that was a great board. I have a 3600 Brisbane at 3000mhz and a 3800 Windsor at 3200mhz.
Nice, thanks!

I hope this newer board overclocks just as good
    
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Anyway, my BIOSTAR TF8200 A2+ was shipped today. Should have it Monday or Tuesday. I'll be sure to let you guys know how it goes.
Sounds great!.... I had seriously thought about getting that board and checking it out, but I went ahead and ordered the T-Power N750 instead....

Good luck with the TF8200, budgetgamer!.... and keep us posted!
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Sounds great!.... I had seriously thought about getting that board and checking it out, but I went ahead and ordered the T-Power N750 instead....

Good luck with the TF8200, budgetgamer!.... and keep us posted!
Thanks, I will post some results as soon as I can. Looking forward to seeing some results from your board as well.
    
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I've heard that as a smaller company with not a huge amount of overhead, Biostar products are less expensive, but high quality, and they have good support.

This was from the IBM guy whose advice I went against and bought the ASUS I RMA'd. He described Biostar as 'gamer boards'.
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