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Originally Posted by usman_hussain1987 View Post
trust me when i say that the Gigabyte motherboards are so much sweater then the DFI's. Not only do they look so much cooler but they give DFI a run for there money and do kick there ass in the end.
Au contraire, I would have to argue that the DFI looks much "cooler" than the Gigabyte. As for actual cooling, Gigabyte's got DFI beat. My main reason for the DFI is to actually get to try out the amazing Genie BIOS.
DFI + Black Edition AMD = Epic Overclock?
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post #42 of 47
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Originally Posted by Acoma_Andy View Post
Try finding the G-Skill PI Black PC6400 then:
Haha, and then...what? Are these beasts? Because if not, then I'd prefer my shiny Tracers instead.


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I read through a lot of the plastidip threads recently and according to people who've used it, it DOES work on SECC and you wouldn't have to sand. Sounds like a win/win to me.
That's good news, especially since I don't really have somewhere to sand. Can someone tell me exactly what plasti-dip is and how it differs from regular spraypaint?
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bump for RAID 0 question and plasti-dip question.
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post #45 of 47
THIS is Plasti Dip.

And a vouch for the DFI. Amazing board, and looks good too.
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post #46 of 47
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woot another DFI fan!
*looks at sig rig* oh wait...

Got around to reading the plasti-dip threads and am liking the fact that there is no prep work. Still get the feeling that its gonna come out all plastic-y and weird textured but I guess the spray on type is different.

Previous question: Anyone vouch for the performance gains of RAID 0? Or maybe recount bad experiences?
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post #47 of 47
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Originally Posted by azngothdude View Post
Haha, and then...what? Are these beasts? Because if not, then I'd prefer my shiny Tracers instead.
Oh you want beastly memory?
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820227453

Review in my sig
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