I have a biostar, and its pretty cool. The bios is anything but user-friendly, but once you get used to it, its not that bad. (It took me a while to know that i could/how to set my sata from raid to ide mode, which finally got winxp setup to recognize it.) The only reason i got it was because i need a new processor/mobo, but had an AGP card. Im still in with my parents, and they want to know everything that goes on, and my dad thinks intel rock for some reason and he offered ot pay part of my cpu so i got an lga-775, and i then knew another problem would come in about 6 months when i got a new video card: a pci-E slot. I would have to talk to my dad forever, and he would think i was being stupid, and i should save it for something, im gonna have to get the next big thing, and basicaly i needed a mobo i could stick with. Biostar was the only brand that had a lga-775 socket, and AGP 8x slot, and a PCI-E 16x slot. I just got a new job, and am gonna get a 7900gtx as soon as i get the cash. But the board works pretty well, and the drivers and everything were great. I really have had 0 problems with it.
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