So if you want PAT and overclocking it would be advisable to choose an motherboard. Rob Ars Praefectus Tribus: This is not the case with the Dell GX Jul 30, Posts: Nothing you can really see in everyday use.
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It seems to be really good bang for the buck compared to the P4P non-deluxe I have at home.
Tue Jul 13, 3: Feb 21, Posts: Stay away from MSI inte, Dec 1, Posts: Mon Jul 12, Originally posted by Rob: And gigabit ethernet, which the IC7 has none of. Originally posted by REv9k: Swiftwing “oooo, what’s this?
Just my humble opinion though. Sat Jul 10, 6: Sat Jul 10, 7: Or is PAT enabled and stable all the time regardless of the overclocking of the i motherboard? My workstation uses one too. Go with the asus, its a very stable overclocker, and with PAT “enabled” on the s they are essentialy an Nothing you can really see in everyday use.
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Dell doesn’t use Intel branded motherboards do they? But both the Asus and Intl would be good. MY IS7 has a firewire port on the back, and headers for another two on an included pci bracket for the back of the case or the front if you have it on your case. Tue Jul 13, 4: Inntel the one to get. I don’t know which method Intel uses; it would depend on their yields.
Asus P4PE Deluxe 3. Jul 17, Posts: Sat Jul 10, 3: Okay someone clear this up for me.
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I865pf Jul 13, Or go with the abit, not as many options as the asus, but a good solid board. Getting an Intel System.
Tue Jul 13, 9: Apr 5, Posts: They’ve been using MSI i boards ii865pe work for the latest round of builds and they have been quite happy with the results. So i think the Asus would be the way to go for me i guess?
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