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Old 03-09-10, 09:37 AM
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Today we look at a P55 board from Biostar, the TPower I55. Is it great value, or is it cheap for a reason?

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Old 03-09-10, 09:44 AM
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£11.59? I'll have five....

Right, I'll stop extracting the urine and read it now

OK fantastic review as ever lads, ta muchly

There were two things that had me in stitches.

Firstly this -



And then this. I think the person who designed this is from Yorkshire. Down't t'pub for a pint of bitter and t'chip butty

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Think you need to clean your glasses and have another coffee dude
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Oooo ya sneaky bugger I should've screen grabbed it

Haha, I can't stop saying "Be sure to have t'fun with t'overclocker" in a Yorkshire accent.

hahahaha !
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Old 03-09-10, 11:08 AM
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Oooo ya sneaky bugger I should've screen grabbed it

Haha, I can't stop saying "Be sure to have t'fun with t'overclocker" in a Yorkshire accent.

hahahaha !
Aiiiigh t'be sure t'be sure.

Great review mr veebles as per usual
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Old 03-09-10, 12:55 PM
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LOL

At first this seems like a great P55 board !

Al tho i personally don't like all these pre overclocking features, seems all the P55 boards have them now ...

this OC genie on my MSI P55-GD65 is a complete joke ! EDIT sorry i mean i just doesn't seem to work , all it does is BSOD lock...

and i believe my EVGA P55-FTW has the option in the bios ?!
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Old 03-09-10, 02:58 PM
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I usually only look at ASUS,GIGABYTE,MSI when it comes to motherboards but it seems that Biostar are starting to produce some good quality boards with reasonable prices so I’ll give this baby four out of five and hope they continue the good work.

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Old 03-09-10, 03:37 PM
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I have a Biostar TPower i45 mobo as I read of huge overclocks (3000hz fsb on DDR2 core2duo etc)

I previously had a Asus mobo and the biostar is much better altho I think this is possibly because I went from a i975x to a iP45 but not really had any problems with the Biostar mobo.
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