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Poll Results: Do you think...

 
  • 48% (26)
    For $135, BioStar TP67XE is worth it & then some.
  • 51% (28)
    I would do better with Gigabyte, ASUS, or MSI.
54 Total Votes  
post #61 of 74
btw, good call on the MC Warranty
great for us enthusiasts who get the itch to upgrade =)

bring it in within 2 years, say it doesn't work, boom full $$ back no questions asked, only out $20.00 (or if you're like me, gettin the warranty at employee prices of $5.00 coverage)

Put it with the CPU, and you can upgrade to Ivy Bridge for little cost!
post #62 of 74
Whether Intel or AMD, Biostar is about the best budget brand around. They're who I opt for on budget builds.
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post #63 of 74
Well, I won't argue with you guys anymore. It'll be interesting to see how this poll ends up in a week or two.
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post #64 of 74
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Originally Posted by Sheyster View Post
Well, I won't argue with you guys anymore. It'll be interesting to see how this poll ends up in a week or two.
Awesome!! While you troll elsewhere. We will be right here. Enjoying our Biostar TP67XE's ...
For any non members reading this crap,, Come over to our thread to get more info on this wonderful motherboard
post #65 of 74
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by el gappo View Post
What MAN needs a manual? Should I fetch you a white wine spritzer with your assus while I have a beer with my biostar?
Aaaaamen

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Originally Posted by el gappo View Post
The asrock may clock higher but only because it's running as loose as a wizards sleeve, the biostar will be more efficient performance wise even at lower clocks.
Apparently Sheyster does not understand that efficieny plays a major role in OC'ing.
post #66 of 74
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Originally Posted by Sheyster View Post
Well, I won't argue with you guys anymore. It'll be interesting to see how this poll ends up in a week or two.
I'll let you know the score just in case you forget
post #67 of 74
Biostar just doesn't have the same quality has MSI/ASUS/Gigabyte.
post #68 of 74
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Originally Posted by 8-Ball View Post
Biostar just doesn't have the same quality has MSI/ASUS/Gigabyte.
Have you owned a T-Series board?
post #69 of 74
We dont need a Poll to tell us that Biostar is a fantastic Company. I have been running Biostar for the longest time & I have NEVER ever had to RMA a board back & the boards have always been rock solid. The Poll is worthless in my opinion. Its just a shame that people diss a company without having any experience with them.

are you kidding me. Have you ever owned a Tseries board? I have owned this board BIOSTAR TA785G3HD for along time now & its been Perfect without a flaw.


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post #70 of 74
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Originally Posted by 8-Ball View Post
Biostar just doesn't have the same quality has MSI/ASUS/Gigabyte.
Do you honestly know? How come? Can you provide some links of These are valid questions for your "valid" statement...right?

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btw, good call on the MC Warranty
great for us enthusiasts who get the itch to upgrade =)

bring it in within 2 years, say it doesn't work, boom full $$ back no questions asked, only out $20.00 (or if you're like me, gettin the warranty at employee prices of $5.00 coverage)

Put it with the CPU, and you can upgrade to Ivy Bridge for little cost!
Exactly ...see, we are right there bro...on da front line
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