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Message 1286297 - Posted: 21 Sep 2012, 16:08:41 UTC

Using an older ASUS M4N72-E board. Bought it as gaming board for the SLI (using 2x GTX460) and the (then) ready for 6-core AMD (have a Phenom II X6 1090T on it now) and good OC features and 4th core unlocking (started with an Athlon II X3) it offers.

It's a very good board, and aside from gaming I can also use it for crunching when I'm just browsing the web ;)


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Message 1286855 - Posted: 22 Sep 2012, 23:36:34 UTC

I use Gigabyte, MSI, DFI, ASUS, AS Rock, Biostar, Supermicro... In about that order.
The Gygabytes have generally given me fewer problem, the ASUS have always been a little "tweeky" for me, although they seem to keep working. I've used various Intel and AMD sockets and currently have a working example of all the different memory types from DDR to DDR3, Socket 775 & 1155, Socket 939 & AM3.


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Message 1286860 - Posted: 22 Sep 2012, 23:51:31 UTC

Gigabyte, ASRock and ASUS.



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