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Old 06-11-09, 03:37 AM
Dja Dja is offline
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Asus Vs Gigabyte

Alright so i decide that i am going to make a custom pc and this will be my first one so i need some help with choosing the mobo and ram, Also the pc will me used for autodesk inventor and some gaming.

Intel Core I7 920

Gigabyte EX-58 OR Asus P6T SE

Corsair XMS3 Domintor TR3X6G16008D

XFX 5870

Corsair BX850W power supply

WD caviar black 650GB

Cooler master v8 cpu fan

Cooler master haf 922

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Old 06-11-09, 08:25 AM
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P6T SE without a doubt. Running it's big brother (P6T Deluxe) in my rig at the moment and love it.

Also, if you're in the UK, make sure you buy from a proper ASUS dealer...they guarantee a 5 day turnaround on RMA's

Don't get lairy if your rig ain't scary!
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Old 06-11-09, 08:30 AM
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Not that you will need it but its a good back up
If you recommend a product LINK THE REVIEW

Get along or run along. Your choice
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Old 06-11-09, 02:28 PM
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may as well go for the SE board as it's cheaper and performance across the X58 boards is pretty close

[edit] i do like my GB UD5 tho
Intel i7 950

Gigabyte EX58A-UD3R

3x4GB GSkill Ripjaws PC3-12800

AMD HD 6970 2GB & Dell 3007WFP-HC

Asus Xonar DX

Crucial C300, Vertex1, Velociraptor & Sammy F3's

Corsair AX850

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1

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