2018 Hardware Thread


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       #981
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  2. Posts : 26,338
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       #982

    I love how Buildzoid explains what he looks for in motherboards in this video.
    Remember: he's actually speaking to XOC(Extreme Overclockers) users.
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       #983

    Cliff S said:
    I love how Buildzoid explains what he looks for in motherboards in this video.
    Remember: he's actually speaking to XOC(Extreme Overclockers) users.
    Only real good motherboard I'll ever buy is made by ASUS ...don't care for any of the others.
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       #984

    The guy needs to brush his hair.
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    OldMike65 said:
    Only real good motherboard I'll ever buy is made by ASUS ...don't care for any of the others.
    I'm not a fanboy of any company myself.
    I watch & read reviews, to see how good something is, for what I need, and balance that with what I want too.
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       #986

    OldMike65 said:
    Only real good motherboard I'll ever buy is made by ASUS ...don't care for any of the others.
    He was also dead wrong on several accounts about my MB.
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    CountMike said:
    He was also dead wrong on several accounts about my MB.
    Have you ran it on LN˛?
    That's the people he was talking to really.

    Here are 2 other videos he did on it:
    He talks so much about the VRMs so much because that's important for stability when jacking up the Vcore for extreme overclocking.





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  8. Posts : 123,223
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       #988

    Cliff S said:
    I'm not a fanboy of any company myself.
    I watch & read reviews, to see how good something is, for what I need, and balance that with what I want too.
    Yes I know you do...but I am very picky too, and after doing my research, ASUS is the Best for overclockers.
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       #989

    Cliff S said:
    Have you ran it on LN˛?
    That's the people he was talking to really.

    Here are 2 other videos he did on it:
    He talks so much about the VRMs so much because that's important for stability when jacking up the Vcore for extreme overclocking.


    This is exactly what he was wrong about, VRM never overheats and supplies more than enough power for top OC.
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       #990

    CountMike said:
    This is exactly what he was wrong about, VRM never overheats and supplies more than enough power for top OC.
    I agree Mike, same with mine too.
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