In article , admin.TakeThisOut@crammit.com says...
> Possibly just not having as many problems as Asus?
I can only second this. I've had lots of Abit and Asus mobos over the years,
and mostly they've been very good going on exceptional, but there have also
been 'features' and a couple of real dogs.
While I've had one GB motherboard where I simply could NOT get my system to a
stable configuration with Win98 (ended up with a NF7-S instead) I must say that
all the other GB boards I have installed for people over the years have been
performing without any trouble. Plug it in, turn it on, and it runs. Same for
my current GA-N650 sli DS4. Just keep EasyTune5 out of the loop <grin> THAT has
caused a couple of BSODs. Fortunately I had read about that happening on a
hardware review site so I know what was up.
By the way, can somebody explain to me what those DS2-3-4-6 suffixes to the
model numbers actually stand for? I haven't figured it out yet.
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