This is not the case with the Dell GX Okay someone clear this up for me. Wed Jul 14, Sun Jul 11, 7: Oct 9, Posts: Dell doesn’t use Intel branded motherboards do they? My workstation uses one too.
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They’ve been using MSI i boards at work for the latest round of builds and they have been quite happy with the results. May 24, Posts: Just my humble opinion though.
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It does make a few percent difference in real world tests. Or go with the abit, not as many options as the asus, but a good solid board. I strongly recommend it. Here’s a list for you incase you are interested: Didn’t know that – I stand corrected.
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Tue Jul 13, 3: Okay someone clear this up for me. But both the Asus and Abit would be good. Sat Jul 10, 7: Sun Jul 11, 7: Nov 27, Posts: Jun 29, Posts: This is not the case with the Dell GX Does this happen with i motherboards too?
Wed Jul 14, Jan 30, Posts: It seems to be really good bang for the buck compared to the P4P non-deluxe I have at home.
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Mar 1, Posts: Wed Jul 14, 5: Dell doesn’t use Intel branded motherboards do they? Apr 5, Posts: Even then it’s only a very small increase in memory speed.
REv9k Seniorius Lurkius Registered: It’s probably because the PAT is pushing the memory harder and your memory lntel stable with the reduced timings that PAT forces.
Go with the asus, its a very stable overclocker, and with PAT “enabled” on the s they are essentialy an This does not show up well in memory bandwidth tests like Sandra and Memtest.
My point was mostly that many all?
It get rave reviews I have one tooand it’s generally at the top of the pack. Sep 9, Posts: I punish my rig pretty hard sometimes with databases and Arcview. Swiftwing “oooo, what’s this? Mon Jul 12, 3: