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Thread: EX58-UD3R vs EX58-DS4

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    Default Re: EX58-UD3R vs EX58-DS4

    there are other options to the true 120 extreme including the new zalman you mentioned, the prolima megahalems and the cogage true spirit that was designed by thermaltake engineers. Check out this review Testing Results: Temperature - Intel Core i7 Heatsink Roundup Q309 | [H]ard|OCP Personally I still like my noctua, smaller, quiet and still gets the job done without all the weight hanging on the board,
    Last edited by DankBuddha; 08-29-2009 at 08:59 AM.
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    Default Re: EX58-UD3R vs EX58-DS4

    Quote Originally Posted by GiggaByte View Post
    Well I got my stuff today, budget changed a bit and favoring that I found a store selling the UD4P, it was their last one too. The Vista and install disc NIC drivers are garbage and don't work. I had to put in a old network card to get the latest off Realtek and all is well.
    Congrats on the UD4P, it's a GREAT Board!!

    Never install anything you get on a driver disk, they are ALWAYS old.

    Ohh, of course you did. Sorry I reply as I read

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