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View Poll Results: What motherboard manufacturer are you rooting for with Haswell?
ASRock 6 3.17%
ASUS 71 37.57%
Biostar 2 1.06%
Gigabyte 61 32.28%
MSI 49 25.93%
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Old 01-08-14, 03:08 PM
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Why is EVGA not included in the poll?


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Its not a very popular motherboard manufacturer, and has way less experience with motherboards than for example ASUS, Gigabyte, and MSI.

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Lol, no votes for Biostar. Do they even still make boards?
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Its not a very popular motherboard manufacturer, and has way less experience with motherboards than for example ASUS, Gigabyte, and MSI.
But BioStar are?
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But BioStar are?
lol, exactly! haha
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To be fair, Biostar are nothing special but they make some great boards for HTPCs. I mean cheap boards with nice audio solutions.

I remember I almost bought a Biostar board for my build in the z77 days. That TZ77-XE4 looked absolutely gorgeous with some G.Skill Ares RAM. I mean look at it

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But BioStar are?
Well no, but theve been around for a long time, so maybe some people could have been interested? In dont know, didnt make the thread
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ASUS is my main go to lately, but their boards look so ugly as well. I don't know about going with them this time around. I think I'll go with whatever looks appropiate... I think.
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Tried all those famous brands. Now I'm going for something that worth my every cent. Biostar it is.
Their new Z97 looks pretty cool.

http://www.biostar.com.tw/app/en/mb/...n.php?S_ID=755
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That just looks like a cheap Asus knock of mate.
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ASUS, maybe MSi, on what will probably be X99. I'm pretty paranoid about motherboards having issues but hopefully they'll last!
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