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Discussion in 'Buy/Sell/Trade/Giveaway Forum' started by freaksavior, Aug 9, 2008.

  1. freaksavior

    freaksavior To infinity ... and beyond!

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    Im sure my dads board is dead. I need to get a new one.. he thinks i did it, which i don't but anyway budget is around $60-$70 shipped.

    Not gigabyte (cant stand them anymore)

    Intel or nvidia chipset is fine.

    I was thinking either p35 or a 750i


    Pm me if you got something.
     
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    Wasnt someone here selling a Foxconn P35 board for that price?
     
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    freaksavior To infinity ... and beyond!

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    Link?!?
     
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    ok, replied.

    any other offers?
     
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    Thanks but not ecs, and not really wanting something that old if i have to buy a new one, thanks anyway.
     
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    Not ECS? They are fu...g better than gigabyte shit. They work man. I am really impressed with the new ECS boards. All boards carry 3 yrs warranty. Very good customer support and RMA (which is bit slow 15 days). My server is running a ECS board 24/7 not one hiccup for almost 2 months never restarted, no lockups. Blody Abit can work like that, even my damn MSI Platinum is not reliable.

    Anyway my 2 cents. You can buy that brand new ECS board somebody posted here for $35 and be done with the install.
     
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    Hm wondering whats wrong with Gigabyte boards. I got 4, all overclocked and never a hiccup out of any of them, best boards i ever had. All 965 ds3. Oops forgot 1 is S3.
     
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    Yeah, and my DS3L was a good board as well. I don't see the problem with them, great clockers.
     
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    still need some REALLY cheap board.

    not putting anything worth anything in it. just need to get it running

    maybe some ecs crap
     
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    really prefer a atx not mini :/
     
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    So picky arent we?
     
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    Instead of sitting here for weeks shooting down all of our suggestions, can you tell us exactly what you like in a motherboard?
     
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    right now i dont care what it is just atx.

    has to be one pci-e and has to support c2d. other than that i dont care.

    ecs is even fine right now.
     
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    i'll let you know. its appealing in a way as it is cheap-ish.
     
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