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Thread: Hey What Motherboard Should I Get?




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    so u think gigabyte is a good board? I was considering that. I dont really want an all-in-1, just a simple cheap but reliable board. i dont need all in one coz i already have PCI network card, sound card, etc.

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    A gigabyte would be a board I would use as a last resort
    But only as a last chance non o/cing standard oem .
    :thumb: ABit/ Asus / Asus/ABit ! these r wll known
    Da Best IMO:thumb:
    Then an MSI Then a gigabyte last on the list but still on the list
    OLD! AmD 1.33 266 internal Bus
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    Asus Kt133Mb- S.B.PCI 512
    G-Force 2 Ti 128MbDDR
    4444$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
    System Upgrade on StandBy.
    $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$4Parts
    Well hell its 5 yrs Old Bult Bak When

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    Quote Originally Posted by ct2s
    so u think gigabyte is a good board? I was considering that. I dont really want an all-in-1, just a simple cheap but reliable board. i dont need all in one coz i already have PCI network card, sound card, etc.
    The only good GigaByte boards are WAY to expensive
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    I use EPoX mobo's for darkside adventurin' setups and Gigabyte mobo's for reliable stock setups.

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    yes i am seriously considering Gigabyte. its reliable right?? also fairly known name?? i'm not that big on oc'ing, i dont really want a top of the line MB, just a good one that wont have the same problem lol. all the Abit ones looked really expensive.

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    i've got a gigabyte mobo (7ZXE) in a computer for my sis that is running like a champ, it hasn't let me down yet :thumb:

    I havn't tried OC it yet and I probably wont since all she uses it for it the Net and general school work ...where reliablity is important and OC speed is not
    I've gone too far and need to move on!

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    Yes, after my experience with OC'ing i'm not really that motivated to do it anymore. reliablity means more to me than spending $100 more on a new board

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    Quote Originally Posted by ct2s
    all the Abit ones looked really expensive.
    Im brand loyal, but thats the down-side. They rival Asus, sometimes higher.

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    hey also another question whats a good chipset (no not nforce, out of my range,) but like stable and reliable and cheap?? i am kinda discouraged to get VIA again.....

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    actaully I think the kt600 is pretty good, but I havn't done much reading on it yet so don't take my word for it
    I've gone too far and need to move on!

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