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Thread: Done with DFI. Need a new 939 board




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    Default Done with DFI. Need a new 939 board

    I have had nothing but bad luck with DFI. They've gotten a lot of good reviews so I'm sure they have quality products but this is the second board I had from them and after 3 months of stability problems it won't even post.

    So now I'm looking for a new board and DFI is off the list. I was thinking maybe the MSI K8N Platinum or Abit Fatal1ty. Any suggestions?

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    Default Re: Done with DFI. Need a new 939 board

    DFI. Oh, that's not an option... I suppose MSI would be worth a shot. If you're sure the motherboard is to blame, go for a new board, I guess.

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    Default Re: Done with DFI. Need a new 939 board

    If DFI is not an option the MSI Platinum boards are good. If you don't plan on extreme overclocking, ASUS boards are known for their stability, they just don't overclock as high. And personally, ABIT boards are overpriced and don't like to overclock. I would avoid AB IT altogether.
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    Default Re: Done with DFI. Need a new 939 board

    I'll probably go with the MSI board then. I'm not looking for anthing too extreme at this point. I think I might need to get a little more comfortable with overclocking before I go all out.

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