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In the future I would like to make a switch to DFI. Ive gotten to know my Asus board very well since its purchase, but I know better boards are able to be had. What demands are being talked about and what options, in regards to overclocking, does the DFI present over other boards? Ive heard the tweaks are more numerous, but could you please identify or explain a few?
Here's a taste, add to that a ton of voltage options for both cpu,ram,etc

http://www.dfi-street.com/forum/showthread.php?t=11397
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In response to so many uninformed responses (Duke you are excepted here) meaning that everyone above that based HardOCP's review (They and Tom's Hardware are vendor preferred sites by the way) on their own "opinions" rather than personal experience simply aren't qualified to make the above statements. More of the juvenile "DFI owns!" etc. HardOCP has tested both boards a lot more thoroughly than anyone on this site has. I admit my experience is limited to the Asus which is why I trust reliable review sites rather than fanboys.

Back up your statements with facts and I will be happy to get onboard. It was a tough choice for me between the DFI and Asus. Ultimately, the reviews at Hard OCP, Tom's Hardware, and Anandtech (all of whom have reviewed both boards. A show of hands in this forum for anyone else? Anyone? exactly) decided it for me.

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A8N32. It has 8 phase power (DFI not!), dual 16x lanes (dfi is standard 16x/8x) if you intend SLI, passive chipset cooling (dfi has a fan cooler). Overclocks like a beast.

From HardOCP Review:

"I was very impressed with the overclocking abilities of the A8N32-SLI Deluxe. Simply put, this is the BEST nForce 4-based board for overclocking I have ever had the pleasure of using. It was rock solid stable in all our testing. I was able to push it to a healthy 330MHz FSB without difficulty. The unit would post at 347FSB but not 1MHz higher."

"Let me start by saying that I am using this motherboard in my primary PC. Given the fact that I have access to just about any motherboard in the world, this is certainly saying something about the ASUS A8N32-SLI Deluxe. The reason I used the A8N32-SLI Deluxe for my own system if because it was the most stable motherboard I have used in an SLI configuration. In my stress testing the A8N32-SLI Deluxe simply shined. It absorbed all the punishment we could throw at it. This is all very likely due ASUS going the extra mile and implementing an 8 phase power design on the board. Most enthusiast motherboards now days only have 6 phase power that was introduced when Intel CPUs started using so much wattage. ASUS touts the 8 phase design as being cooler and quieter while giving the enthusiast a more stable platform under heavy loads. All in all, ASUS has stood behind their power claims. The A8N32-SLI Deluxe is a beast when it comes to stability, even when greatly overclocked."

"The Bottom Line


The ASUS A8N32-SLI is easily the best SLI motherboard we have worked with at HardOCP. It offers the enthusiast just about everything they desire, while at the same time being a great board for the mainstream builder as well. Don’t expect a motherboard that packs in this many truly valuable bells and whistles to come cheap though, as they are commanding a premium. There are some issues to be aware of as we have outlined. If you go into your A8N32-SLI Deluxe build armed with a little bit of knowledge, there is no doubt that this motherboard can be the foundation of an incredible PC."

Nuff Said!
I agree! I just got my A8N32 installed yesterday and I LOVE it

I too, almost bought a DFI. I am happy I went with this one though. Which one feels better to you? The DFI still rocks so if you did get that, you still have a great motherboard. My A8N32 is sitting at 30c CPU idle and 34c MB idle with a zalman cooler. Not bad! Sometimes it idles at 36c for no reason but as long as it don't go higher, I will be happy.
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Are those stock temps Edge? If so they are pretty close to mine stock with a 4000+. My cpu idles at about 28, mobo at 30. Highest i can get with stress cpu tests is 36C with a zalman. mobo goes up about 2C.
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Originally Posted by sccr64472
Here's a taste, add to that a ton of voltage options for both cpu,ram,etc

http://www.dfi-street.com/forum/showthread.php?t=11397
Thanks for the link. Ill have to take a more in depth look sometime later today.
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In response to so many uninformed responses (Duke you are excepted here) meaning that everyone above that based HardOCP's review (They and Tom's Hardware are vendor preferred sites by the way) on their own "opinions" rather than personal experience simply aren't qualified to make the above statements. More of the juvenile "DFI owns!" etc. HardOCP has tested both boards a lot more thoroughly than anyone on this site has. I admit my experience is limited to the Asus which is why I trust reliable review sites rather than fanboys.

Back up your statements with facts and I will be happy to get onboard. It was a tough choice for me between the DFI and Asus. Ultimately, the reviews at Hard OCP, Tom's Hardware, and Anandtech (all of whom have reviewed both boards. A show of hands in this forum for anyone else? Anyone? exactly) decided it for me.

If someone asks for advice respond in a mature, fact supported manner. Otherwise, go play with an Xbox.
Well i dont say DFI owns for no reason dude. Take a look out of the perspective you are viewing at now. Why do you think basically ALL (not literally ALL but basically ALL) expert overclockers here prefer the DFI mobos, and do strongly reccomend them to all people who want the best OC they possibly can achieve on their preferred and used cooling device(s).
You refer to three sites. there are more sites than that, and i have definately seen atleast three reviews where the DFI purely owns most tests and stuff like that. I dont mind searching for them now cause im lazy and not feeling too happy but thats another matter. The point is that DFI lets you tweak almost all settings that are tweakable. Let me give you an example. You have a broken car, and you have the choice of fixing it with two sets of tools. One set of tools is from Asus, they have fancy packaging, lots of high quality stable tools and everything seems well organized and not too advanced. The other toolbox comes from DFI, and looks kinda wierd cause its Black, yellow and orange (just like the board ). You notice that the DFI board is alot larger and its just crammed full with LOTS of tools youve never ever seen, heard, or even thought about. The asus toolbox will work fine but if you want to repair your car to the max, and bla bla bla bla the DFI will clearly be better but you just need the time and patience to learn the Toolbox/board.
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Are those stock temps Edge? If so they are pretty close to mine stock with a 4000+. My cpu idles at about 28, mobo at 30. Highest i can get with stress cpu tests is 36C with a zalman. mobo goes up about 2C.
Yes, I haven't OC'ed the new board yet. I am affraid LOL! I am going to wait a week or two just to see how the system is going to act. I just don't want to mess up a good thing! I have had my system for a month now but I have only been able to use it for about 5 days do to hardware problems and waiting on RMA's.

I'll give her a go after then.
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Just an FAQ FYI on the ASUS A8N Sli... some what simular but not a advanced in the BIOS options.
http://www.overclock.net/faqs/38169-...roduction.html
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Timmay, I have had 3 DFI boards in the past (the most recent being an Intel DFI875P-T). I don't dispute that DFI has great oveclocking options, I am merely stating that when reputable reviewers "compare" the boards and state emphatically that the A8N32 is the best SLi board they have tested, I tend to trust them.

Also you will be hard pressed to find better review sites than those I've mentioned. All three are frequently given reference hardware straight from the manufacturers and dialog back and forth regarding issues and concerns. Any guy can have a website out of his basement and review anything he wants. That doesn't make him reputable.

"No offense", but I'll take a well known review site's opinion (especially when they have tested both products and you obviously haven't) any time.
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Timmay, I have had 3 DFI boards in the past (the most recent being an Intel DFI875P-T). I don't dispute that DFI has great oveclocking options, I am merely stating that when reputable reviewers "compare" the boards and state emphatically that the A8N32 is the best SLi board they have tested, I tend to trust them.

Also you will be hard pressed to find better review sites than those I've mentioned. All three are frequently given reference hardware straight from the manufacturers and dialog back and forth regarding issues and concerns. Any guy can have a website out of his basement and review anything he wants. That doesn't make him reputable.

"No offense", but I'll take a well known review site's opinion (especially when they have tested both products and you obviously haven't) any time.
Then why dont you start a poll on this site and well se which one pplz would go for. I dont give a smack about reviews, i just want the stuff i want and thats good overclockability, which probably many other people want too. And as you, definetly should know by now, this is a site for overclockers and if you want to overclock then the DFI wins. If this had been "Performance.net" i would have suggested the DFI. TBH i guess i myself would go for the Asus because im a performance phreeeek. I dont really feel like fiddling for ages with a DFI board cause im not that patient , and i heard that the asus performs better. According to RELIABLE sources ive also read that the Asus has enough OC options for me atleast, so the Asus would be my choice.

But remember this dude whos getting top notch, i dont think he will notice any difference at all because his gear will pretty much eat up anything you will throw at it. Top notch gear deserves top notch options, and with the DFI he can probably OC up the missing amount of performance you lose from the Asus
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