Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by Johnny, Dec 11, 2009.
I am like drooling over this thing !
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Yup, very nice! IMHO I would prefer not every interface connector would be black, but still...
^^ This thing in a clear case with lights would be sic !
OMFG, that is my dream mobo! At least the design. HOLY CRAP!!!
From the reviews I have read the Asus P6T outperforms this board.
This board is all that is needed. You don't need any of the extra stuff that is with the other boards ...
I am talking about benchmarks.
Yea, but the x58 is so sexy!
I prefer function over form, personally, and I don't care about lights or clear cases. I tinker with my computers too much and clear cases are usually a much bigger pain to deal with, plus less flexible than a real case. Cases are a pet peeve of mine.
not much of a difference from what I can see
That is a minimal for what I need. It doesn't have all the extras with it, so it makes it nice I see your point about function over form. I am a neat freak, so of course I will look at it differently than most.
AZ: I have to agree with Johnny. If you're nit-picking about MOTHERBOARD performance, especially if it's performance differences make the term "negligible" seem like an overstatement....... wow.
Yea I understand what AZ is talking about, you always want better performance, but yea the difference between those 2 is nothing. Plus, we should always be able to have both, performance and form/design. Shouldn't we
Not nit-picking just making a true statement. If I am going to pay over 200 dollars for something I want the best performing/overclocking I can get.
X58 is a good board but it is not the best and is the same price with less features.
Tell me this: Would you pay for a car without extras and less performance as the same car with extras and better performance?
overclocked to 3.8 GHz and memory frequency at 1810 MHz:
I'm of the same mind. To each their own, I suppose.
If the options are that close in similarity it doesn't matter to me ..
oops,how nice:laugh: .
sorry, one PCI slot doesn't cut it. It's not a legacy slot yet.