stopthekilling77 wrote:The second build, but I'd recommend NOT going Biosuck/Biostar. I work at a computer store and we do. not. install. them.
I know people have good experiences with just about all brands, but spend a little bit more on an ASUS, MSI, or Gigabyte board and I promise you'll be much better off.
I would also recommend going socket AM3 as even the bottom end DDR3 kits are a bit speedier than DDR2-800.
Other than that, make sure you get a good power supply (only component that has the ability to kill all your other components)
Good luck and feel free to ask away whatever you might need to know!
stopthekilling77 wrote:The second build, but I'd recommend NOT going Biosuck/Biostar.
jedihobbit wrote:stopthekilling77 wrote:The second build, but I'd recommend NOT going Biosuck/Biostar.
Hummmmm, let's see........ 2 x 939 6100, 1 x am2 7025, 1 x am2+ 760G, 1 x am2+ 780G , and 1 x am2+ 790GX XE and the only one that has "died" is the 780 that I didn't do a good job of cleaning up H2O leak. 1 x M378A - CM that is currently driving me nuts with the onboard video.
Actually that is why there are more than one manufacturer, like Ford vs Chey vs Toyota vs whomever! BTW second choice........
stopthekilling77 wrote: I already covered myself from that argument
Glad to hear of at least one person who hasn't been burned by BS
goodguy wrote:the gigabtte ga-ma78gm-s2h is a very popular board, i had one for about a year, highly recommended!!!!!!
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