If you want AMD then just stick to 939 for now and get this mobo. its better than the ASUS a832 sli board http://hardwarelogic.com/news/129/AR...006-04-10.html
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4/16/06 at 11:27am
Originally Posted by Igniter
well, Im selling the rig in my profile for 900$ to this kid that liked the computer and offered me straight up 900$ for it...i only spent about 720-750 on it, and that was about 5-6 months ago, so im basically getting a deal...
To start off, I'm not a noob to OCing, so I want a nice computer that I can put together and OC 45-50% as soon as I get it.
Im seeking people with nice overclocks, to help me build my rig...for the best price... (Note: I do want a SLI compatible motherboard)
Just list the:
Fans (I have a fan controller) :
Heatsink/CPU Fan :
Graphics Card :
Dvd Rom/Burner/Cd Burner (3 of these) :
Case : (With decent airflow, for best cooling)
Originally Posted by kingwilliam
I have the Epox that you are looking at...you won't be dissappointed.
It has every option in the BIOS you can imagine. I have had Asus and MSI boards in the past....I figured I would take a chance and try something different, I am extremely satisfied.
If the LanParty, arguably the best overclocking motherboard to date, is out of your price range, this is the next best thing. The Infinity line has almost all the same options as its more expensive big brother. Costing in the neighborhood of about $125 or less, it really can’t be beat. Because it is considered to be their budget board, would be a nice setup to throw in two 6800GS. I am assuming anyone wanting to use 7800s would elect to go the LanParty route.
The SLI Infinity has a lot of ram tweaks that a lot of the overclockers would love. But this area of the BIOS is best left to the hardcore know-how enthusiast. Giving the multiplier and voltage options, the sky is the limit with this board.
DFI has once again shown why they are at the top of the overclocking and enthusiast motherboard market. Giving the consumers what they want in a product will keep you a notch above the rest.
Originally Posted by sladesurfer
You are better off getting this DFI board http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813136164