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A7V333 or GA-7VRXP?
A7V333 50%  50%  [ 20 ]
GA-7VRXP 50%  50%  [ 20 ]
Total votes : 40
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 14, 2002 11:15 pm 
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asus is pretty good. but how do i turn off that voice when i load up?

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you can do it in the bios. just follow your manual :wink: 8)

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that brings it up even, the Gigabyte cos it's blue and looks funky :mrgreen:

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I voted for the gigabyte mobo. because it's the model I have, and because I know it's a good board. I've heard more people complaining about the Asus board. With the new revision of the GA7VRXP there's hardly any problems and it has plenty of features too. It supports a lot of stuff for a low price. I chose it over a SOYO mobo which had all the same options, but the SOYO was about double the price, and had a lower rating too!

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I think i'm going to have to go with datektrader on the asus board because it's the one i'm going to use also. :D


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I am a proud owner of the A7V-333X and I have to say it is the best board excluding the Asus A7N8X.


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Hehehehe.... Just want you guys to know that I'm back :P I went with Gigabyte btw coz that's what I'm using :twisted:

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Asus.

I have seen too many gigabyte boards die and take thier processors with them.

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I have no experience with GIGABYTE, but I have used 7 A7V333's and the only problem I had with any of em was caused by a screwdriver slipping off my heatsink clip. My vote will have to go to ASUS by default.

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I have a A7V333.......sitting in a box on the shelf. I now use a FIC-865max. I bought the Asus last year with a AMD2000+ and although it all went together well, it seemed to run hot all the time and not nearly as fast as I thought it should. I also seemed a bit quirky...nothing I can explain, just quirky. Finally it started giving me the dreaded "cpu failure" notice and I jumped at the chance to retire it. I heard after I had bought it that the Via chipset wasn't a good match for the AMD processors and I'd have to agree.

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