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BabyBalla
(@babyballa)
Guru

Clever use of smileys darken! :good:

I'd have the say the best I've owned was the 780i as well. Lots of overclocking options and has been super stable so far. :drinks:

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Posted : 09/12/2009 9:49 pm
gat-rot
(@gat-rot)
Padawan

MSI P55 GD65 at home and MSI 870A G54 at work

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Posted : 15/04/2011 1:18 pm
HypoGXII
(@hypogxii)
Padawan

Well I personally swear behind the quality of Gigabyte and the overclockability of DFI.

I have a DFI LP UT 790FX and a Gigabyte X58A UD-7! They are both pretty amazing. However, I have not tried washing my UD7 in the kitchen sink as various youtube videos will show, but nonetheless, I am sure it will survive the test 🙂

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Posted : 15/04/2011 2:16 pm
CraigUK87
(@craiguk87)
Renound

Hell yeh, ASUS (Pronounced Eh-Sus) Republic of Gamer Crosshair IV Formula " THE BEAST in ENGLAIS "

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Posted : 15/04/2011 2:19 pm
HypoGXII
(@hypogxii)
Padawan

@CraigUK87 67003 wrote:

Hell yeh, ASUS (Pronounced Eh-Sus) Republic of Gamer Crosshair IV Formula " THE BEAST in ENGLAIS "

ASUS designs over the top motherboards, but it has one small problem. After Sales Support. Perhaps this is subjective, but my experience with Asus after sales has been nothing short of a nightmare.

For starters, their "tech engineer" or rather call center personnel treats me like an idiot. I explain, listen, you don't have to go through the troubleshooting, I know whats wrong with the mobo, I just need an RMA slip so I can send it in. Ok sir, please try turning off and turning your computer on again and tell me what you see......

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Posted : 15/04/2011 2:40 pm
CraigUK87
(@craiguk87)
Renound

well tbh mate, this post does state the best mobo you own! now ive "personally" never EVER had any issues with any of my asus boards... including my asus GPUs, but i've heard stories similar to yours! plus id never go directly to asus anyway!

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Posted : 15/04/2011 2:44 pm
iGeForce
(@igeforce)
Guru

I've always owned ASUS, never had problems with it.

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Posted : 15/04/2011 3:01 pm
Joe
 Joe
(@joe)
Assended

Gigabyte P67A UD4 😀

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Posted : 15/04/2011 3:50 pm
HypoGXII
(@hypogxii)
Padawan

Sorry you guys, but I think I did not explain myself clearly. ASUS boards are good, no doubt, infact they may even be top notch. However, experience for me, has been rather bitter, with their Customer Service post-sale.

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Posted : 15/04/2011 5:27 pm
Spartan
(@spartan)
Ninja

ASUS;)

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Posted : 15/04/2011 6:16 pm
Jester
(@jester)
Member Moderator

EVGA P55 FTW. Flawless.

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Posted : 15/04/2011 6:20 pm
clamatowas
(@clamatowas)
Jedi

EVGA Classified SR-2 :good:

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Posted : 15/04/2011 6:59 pm
TheCraven
(@thecraven)
Renound

ASUS all the way. P6X58D-E has been putting down stellar performance.

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Posted : 16/04/2011 12:02 am
ana3mic
(@ana3mic)
Renound

Gigabyte GA-7N400: I bought that thing back in '02, I got few other PC after that and now am using an ASUS P7P55D PRO (and I love it!). I have gave it to a ex-colleague long time ago, but that thing is still working!!!

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Posted : 19/04/2011 8:40 pm
yehuda
(@yehuda)
Padawan

Gigabyte G41-based GA-EG41MF-US2H. It was great value for the money and offers plenty of connectivity. In my opinion a worthy upgrade over the bare bones model.

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Posted : 23/04/2011 6:10 pm
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