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What brand is the most stable motherboard for someone who does not want to overclock/tweek there computer? I was thinking Intel.
 

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Originally Posted by SoaDMTGguy
What brand is the most stable motherboard for someone who does not want to overclock/tweek there computer? I was thinking Intel.
Too general, you gotta mention Socket type because it varies. If it's an Intel cpu, I'd say Asus.
 

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Too general, you gotta mention Socket type because it varies. If it's an Intel cpu, I'd say Asus.
Sorry, s775, new chipsets, etc.

Also, the reason I said Intel is because I know a lot of people who build custom comptuers but dont overclock buy Intel motherboards.
 

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You mean that most of intel mobos cant be overclocked?, Well i cant

Intel locks the BIOS settings for overclock the same way PC manufacturers like Dell and HP do.
 

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My vote goes for the Asus P5P800-SE board, supports the newest processors (presler, 6xx ect) based on the proven springdale chipset (865)

Though if you need PCIe, stick with asus, the intel boards are overpriced for what you get.
 

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Well some intel mobos can overclock(478)...

Really? All the ones I have seen have been locked.
 
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