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post #21 of 98
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Originally Posted by TheSprunk View Post
Isn't ASRock to Asus like Chevy is to Cadillac? (despite a bit more overlap)

So basically ASUS is #1 and #3?
Same here..I've always ASsumed that ASRock and Asus were from the same company.. just like toyota and lexus..
post #22 of 98
horray for asrock!
post #23 of 98
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Originally Posted by xd_1771 View Post
MSI has become really crappy nowadays anyway. What with their joke 4+1 phases that are pretty much on every single one of their AMD motherboards, even the highest-end ones (though that might change with 990 chipset boards)
their x58 stuff is crap too. missing a ton of overclocking options in the bios, won't let you stick at 21 multi for a 920, etc. my x58 pro's nb was hitting 127* c before i threw a thermalright cooler on it.
post #24 of 98
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Originally Posted by TheSprunk View Post
Isn't ASRock to Asus like Chevy is to Cadillac? (despite a bit more overlap)

So basically ASUS is #1 and #3?


Chevy is to GMC would be a better comparison
post #25 of 98
Evga?
post #26 of 98
Good for AsRock
I wish i bought an AsRock instead of my Asus

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Evga?
only make intel mobos

there i finished the sentence for you
post #27 of 98
Oh good. I'm using one of these in the next system I'm building

They offer solid prices with just as many if not more features than other Mobo companies.
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I contributed to Asrock :]
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post #29 of 98
impressive is all i got to say...so this means they even surpass Evga. wow good achievement. Asus should be happy, or the owners of both is.
    
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post #30 of 98
Love my ASRock board.
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