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Pegatron Manufacturer for motherboard is good?

Discussion in 'Motherboards & Memory' started by saarxee, May 4, 2013.

  1. saarxee New Member

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    hello.

    i have the matherboard from Pegatron Manufacturer.
    the full model is: PEGATRON IPMSB-H61.

    this is good motherboard or not? Not familiar with the company...

    recommended me to change for Gigabyte motherboard?
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    Faith[ROG].Anarchy New Member

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    Sounds a bit familiar to me, but can't quite remember this one manufacturer
    You want a H61-based motherboard by Gigabyte huh :)
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    Not require that I want, I just asked how the manufacturer of this board and whether it is good and familiar?
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    Haven't used anything from them, so can't quite tell you about that
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    It is a former daughter company of Asus i assume that at the time this motherboard was manufactured it still was.
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    I'd rather replace a motherboard of the Gigabyte?
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    If its for free sure,if you need to pay for it dont bother if the pergatron works fine.
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    what about warranty period, if long at least you can hang on it
    and it looks pretty basic
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  9. saarxee New Member

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    i know.. but is it looks a bad company.
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    yeah, some unknown brand, i call it generic stuff just sell basic board
    any of your friend using it? does it give you head ache. if it doesnt you can run it :toast:
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    Pegatron used to be ASUS's ODM, or is still ASUS's ODM, I don't know exactly how their business partnership stands now since this announcement : http://www.techpowerup.com/164412/a...f-its-motherboards-notebooks-by-pegatron.html.

    Their parent company (Pegatron Corporation) also own ASRock.

    So I guess not a bad company at all.
    And in my opinion your board is a decent board (although it looks like a basic board with classic color scheme). Decent VRM and also good layout for casual or daily use.
    Crunching for Team TPU
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    Do they have a website where you can download drivers? for pegatron models.
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    i think this isnt really pegatron. there are hundreds of knock off companies that make boards.
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    have a website for pegatron to download drivers for my model?
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    It's an OEM board. Used by HP for their desktop product.

    They do have a website but no download section for their product (also because your board is an OEM board).

    You can try download from HP website : HERE
    Or you can download directly from Intel (chipset, storage, and onboard graphics drivers) and Realtek (ethernet and onboard sound drivers).
    Crunching for Team TPU

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