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Thread: which to buy, Asus or Intel???




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    if you`re gonna overclock later, be best to get an asus or a soltek... unfortunately for me, they don`t sell any soltek boards here in japan... back in malaysia however, plenty of soltek boards around... intel boards just don`t support overclocking... just like intel huh... they want you to buy their latest products... and waste your money... i`m not an intel fan... so don`t ask me anything about intel... amd rules now... high overclockability, good price and great durability compared to intel processors...
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    For me....I would get the Intel D875PBZ(why can't Intel have better names for their mobos!). It is awesome in out-of-the-box performance and is loaded with features. It even allows for a little bit of overclocking, though I don't know much about that.

    But...than again i myself have the Asus P4g8x deluxe mobo and it too is awesome. So don't knock Asus.

    Chaos

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chaos
    For me....I would get the Intel D875PBZ(why can't Intel have better names for their mobos!). It is awesome in out-of-the-box performance and is loaded with features. It even allows for a little bit of overclocking, though I don't know much about that.

    But...than again i myself have the Asus P4g8x deluxe mobo and it too is awesome. So don't knock Asus.

    Chaos
    Are you talking about the burn in mode in the BIOS?

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    Yeah..a "burn-in mode is included. You can only oc the thing 5% though. But i like it still. By the way..it is called the D875PBZ, knicknamed, "Bonanza"

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    From what I think I know, the D875PBZ is the first and only mobo from Intel that even allows ocing to be done. But i could be wrong. I will check it out as soon as i am done with this post.

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