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A7V333 or GA-7VRXP?
A7V333 50%  50%  [ 20 ]
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PostPosted: Mon May 27, 2002 8:38 pm 
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A7V333 or GA-7VRXP?

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PostPosted: Mon May 27, 2002 9:39 pm 
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i voted for the asus board it got a higher score in docs review and its the one i will be using. plus it has cpu overheat protection and tons of extra's if it had an onboard nic it would be set.Image


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I voted for the Gigabyte. The Asus board has too many funky things like 28 jumpers on-board! :roll:

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yea but most can be disabled and controled through the bios. gigabyte has no cpu overheat protectionImage


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Overheat protection is not as vital as some are making it out to be. I have only one board that has anything close to that and I've got it disabled. What I DON'T have disabled is the CPU fan warning and shut down. That's the only one you really need to worry about. 8)

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There was no choice for None of the Above! :D

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I chose the Gigabyte as I have had a friend who had experience with that ASUS board. He bought it online and got it, and upon plugging it in, not a damn thing worked. It said that the CPU was bad. Indeed the CPU was bad, but when he bought a new CPU and put it in, it said that that CPU was bad too, which it was not.[Sound familiar anybody??] With over 36 jumpers, troubleshooting can be a pain in the buttocks. And since most people would disable them through BIOS anyway, why did they even waste space with adding them. I like Gigabyte because you CAN change their AGP voltage, and their CPU core voltage can be turned to 1.925v, versus standard 1.85v. Plus the Gigabyte does have a NIC. Btw Datektrader, you have problems.

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you left out the part about how easy it was to get the board returned and replaced, anyhow they pay the return shipping :D short of that 59 bucks for 120 dollar board is still a sweet deal even if it had to be returned onceImage


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Yah i am the tie breaker.. GIGABYTE :D

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asus,aSUS,ASUS......Best board I have used yet!!!

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