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Old 01-20-2007, 02:18 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question MOBO--gigibite DS3 vs asus p5b

which has the better bios and less problems and easier for OC

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The P5B is nothing special, the DS3 is better than that board. However, the P5B-E is an improved and upgraded version that is as good a motherboard for overclocking as any other on the planet. This motherboard goes up against $250+ motherboards out there.

You'll see more votes for the DS3 on that thread, but that's only because more people on here own the DS3. The P5B-E is just a tad bit better than the DS3 though. These two motherboards make up the sweet spot for C2D motherboards.
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