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Old 02-24-2005, 04:00 PM   #31 (permalink)
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Gigabytes suck for OC anyways.
I would disagree with that mate, my Gigabyte has allowed me to overclock by quite a lot with no problems!
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Old 02-24-2005, 05:04 PM   #33 (permalink)
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I haven't read through all the other posts, but I'm gonna say:

Both suck

if you want overclocking especially go with ABit or DFI hands down.

I don't know about gigabyte as OC'ers hygor, every single one I've seen didnt even allow you to lock the AGP:PCI bus and wasnt' made for OC'ing whatsoever
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Nubius, i couldent agree more.. Even though i feel Asus is alot better then Gigabyte.. Besides that Abit, DFI, MSI, and Asus sell alot more mobo's, they still OC hella better.. I do think they both pretty much suck, since Abit, MSI, and DFI are around... You'll never see a OC review use a gigabyte mobo, nor do much computer companys support them.. Its not even smart to compare gigabyte to Abit/MSI/DFI, these boards do it all so damn good.

I guess you can prove me wrong when OC sites start replacing Abit/MSI/DFI with gigabyte, just not going to happen. If a mobo can OC great, then its damn flexible and dependable..
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