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    Default Re: Getting rid of gigabyte

    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    Good luck!!!
    arghh stuff it i'm gonna get a P45 board and put this board in the bin or the server. gigabytes good - ya just gotta pay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    So a GA-P45? Get ready for a Mature BIOS!
    The shop's outta stock saying they're selling like hotcakes. Oh well.

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    the gigabyte P45 boards are sweet... i can understand why they're sold out... when you do get your hands on one, get ready for some sick performance
    NZXT Lexa BlackLine Case with Red LEDs
    Corsair TX-750 Modular PSU
    Gigabyte EP45-DS3P (BIOS F7)
    Intel Core 2 Quad Q9300 @ 3.73GHz (downclocked for the summer )
    OCZ Vendetta 2 CPU Heatsink
    2x 2GB Kingston HyperX RAM PC2-6400 @ 996MHz (4-5-5-15)
    3x Seagate Barracuda 7200.11 500GB HDD in RAID5
    2x HIS Radeon HD 4850 @ 745/1090 in CrossFireX
    2x ThermalTake DuOrb GPU Heatsink
    D-Link Super G PCI WLAN Adapter
    Asus Lightscribe 20x SATA II DVD-DL Burner
    Creative X-Fi XtremeGamer Fatal1ty Pro
    2x 22" LG W2252TQ-PF Widescreen LCD Monitor (YAY!! Finally got the second one!!)

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    Yeah, sadly i had a problem with em but hey i'll get it on the road. I hate cable management - this is gonna take hours to erm put the new motherboard in then make sure it's good I've put one on order at my shop, how's the gigabyte X48's? they're not much more than this board.

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    Default Re: Getting rid of gigabyte

    The do have Dual 16X PCI-E 2.0 for gaming, but as for everything else not so sure. They do have a few more BIOS features then P35, depending on which you get.

    But nothing like P45 BIOS, that is for sure

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    Default Re: Getting rid of gigabyte

    Who think's I should RMA this board for a laugh?

    It won't support 4gb of ram.

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