To all you DFI fanboys (a rant) :-)

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Joeisalsocool

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I'm in no way provoking a flame but I recieved my Abit AN8 today and I noticed right on the front it says "100% Japanese capacitors for best performance."
These are the same beautiful Rubycon capacitors that are found on DFI boards.
Once the RAM comes in I'm gonna take a stab at some killer OCing. (OCZ or g.skill)
If you can find something else that makes these boards completley different I'm all ears.
No, I still cant explain why I'm not partial to DFI, sorry.
Done. :cool:
 

pc_boy

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dude, we never said Abit wasn't good, Abit is actually really good, and so is DFI...
 

003

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I understand how you feel, I feel the same way towards eVGA. Everybody is always like "Get eVGA, they are the best", even when there is clearly a better video card by a different brand.
 

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003 said:
I understand how you feel, I feel the same way towards eVGA. Everybody is always like "Get eVGA, they are the best", even when there is clearly a better video card by a different brand.
Just wondering what your opinion on what the better brand is. Not looking to provoke nothing, I am interested in what you think is better than the eVGA cards.

DFI is the best OC for AMD, and ABit is the one for Intel. If DFI made a Lanparty for Intel, than we would all say DFI for it. But since they dont, ABit comes in and takes that title.
 

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One reason DFI is better for OC'ing is that you can feed up to 4.0 volts to the RAM; as far as I know, that's more than on any other board.
 

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The world record for OCing is done with a P4 Extreme Editions (3.66, unless it has changed) and it is Fugger (I think) and he hit 7.1 in the BIOS (I think). Alot of 'I Thinks'. :p
 
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