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Thread: 3 systems, which one?




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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiggo
    The funny thing about SiS (just like ALi) is they always seem to do well in reviews but none that I've ever had my hands on perform as well in real life and some can be quite a trial especially when ECS (or any other OEM manufacturer) is added to the mix.
    Then why don't Tier 1 manufacturers ever give them a try?

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    I hear ASUS is going to.

    They are huge...they have the resources to make and market a board with every chipset from AND and Intel and video cards from both ATI and NV all at the same time...and thats only scratching the surface...its amazing.

    FX5900 - 3DMark2001 [20,566] - 3DMark2003 [7,281] - Aquamark3 [56,694]
    Ti4400 - 3DMark2001 [16,028]

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    #3 seems to be strongest everywhere it should be.

    #2 video card is too weak and motherboard is crap... it is the best chipset, but the motherboard is crap.

    i also don't like #2 based on that a64s just came out, and i dont ever trust first-gen technologies.
    Currently underclocked from 2.4GHz for peace of mind...

    ** Epox 8RDA3+ :: Barton 2600+ @ 200*11.5 (3200+) :: 1.75V :: 37C/43C with SLK947U and Smartfan II
    ** 512MB PC3200 :: 8-4-4-2.5 :: 2.9V :: 120GB w/8MB cache 7200 :: 80GB 7200 :: 40GB 7200
    ** SB Live! 5.1 :: ATI Radeon 9000 Pro @ 300/300 :: Lite-On 401S DVD+R :: Everything else "on-board"
    ** Viewsonic A95f :: Inspire 5300 5.1 :: Logitech iNet Keyboard :: Optical Mouse Blue :: QuickCam Pro 3000

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