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  1. #1
    Member Mekks's Avatar
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    Jul 2002

    switch abit to asus !! Good Thing

    i have loved abit boards for along time, but once this nf2 board came out i hade to try it the a7n8x is a verry elite mb, overclocks very with the right tweeking. i dont think ill ever switch back to abit
    CPU-----------------------Intel 2600k@4.7
    MOTHERBOARD---------Asus p8z68-v Pro/Gen 3
    MEMORY-----------------G.Skill (2 x 4GB) DDR3 2133Mhz
    COOLING----------------Corsair H100
    CASE---------------------Corsair 650D
    VIDEO--------------------Gigabyte GTX 970 G1
    MONITOR----------------Yamakasi 27"
    STORAGE----------------Samsung 850 Pro, Intel 520, WD Black

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    LOL yea i have had my asus for about a year and it runs just right for me being is iam kinda a noob computer person. I have been fuxin with computers for only about 2 yrs now. Hope the overclocking is coming around for you.

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    Premium Member #10
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    Dec 2002
    Yeah, i am glad i purchased the N7V8X deluxe.. I had a rough first couple days with a bad bios, but once i got it flashed to 1001.c, it became much more stable. I have also read that the battery that comes stock with this thing is bad. I noticed mine is a 3v, and others are saying to put in a 3.3v and all problems go away. Only problem i have at the moment is sometimes it don't like to reboot
    i just get a blank screen, monitor shuts off....have to clear cmos and start over.
    i7 2600k @ 4.5
    ASRock Z77 Extreme4
    Corsair Vengeance 4x8
    Mushkin Chronos 120
    Crucial 256
    Asus 380 -buyers remorse-
    Rosewill Lightning-1000 PSU

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