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Predator Feb 23, 2005, 05:10pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Sander, we all know that you favor Intel over AMD.

But you would still pay more for an Intel than if you fixed an AMD over and over.....


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Jeff Diehl Feb 24, 2005, 04:04pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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>> Re: Re: AMD chipsets, quirky by nature?
I have to disagree with you about Sander favoring Intel. Perhaps you should read the 5.2GHZ Pentium article where a pentium had to be overclocked to twice the speed of an FX-55 to acheive benches that were close. I have always used Pentiums in the past, decided to go AMD with the 939 and SLI combination. I have had nothing but trouble with the A8N SLI board, I had no trouble at all with my old IC7-G. I think the point was it would be nice if AMD would make their own Chipsets, you would know for sure that the motherboard would be stable right out of the box. I am not going to give up on AMD even with the current nForce issues, it would be nice in the future to not have those issues at all.

Porkchop Mar 09, 2005, 05:03pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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>> Re: Re: AMD chipsets, quirky by nature?
Well GOT TELL YA amd does need to build there own chipsets The quirky problems will continue on , BUT AS FOR SPENDING money you will spend hundreds more trying to fix your problems with amd quirky issues I have done it , But hey if that is what you like so be it .

Predator Mar 09, 2005, 05:29pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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>> Re: Re: AMD chipsets, quirky by nature?
"I have to disagree with you about Sander favoring Intel."

"A8N SLI board"

First of all, I probably read the article before you. Sander himself owns an Intel P4 Prescott, as well as an X800XT PE. In most of the articles, you can see how he favors Intel & ATI.

2nd of all, you are a bit foolish to compare ASUS to AMD. ASUS is the crappiest piece ofs**t that ever existed and you must be out of your mind to buy their products.

Take a look @ other SLI motherboards?

EpoX
Gigabyte
MSI
DFI
Abit

All of them rock. And what does Intel have ot offer? Stupid overheating prescotts.

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