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How do DFI Mobo's compare to MSI and Asus?

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Zman1764, Jan 10, 2006.

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  1. Zman1764

    Zman1764 Thread Starter

    Jun 2, 2005
    well, read the topic....

    Of the three, which is the best??? I am a hardcore gamer.. I play games like far cry, Tribes: Vengeance, and so on...

    Thanks, Zman
  2. loserOlimbs


    Jun 19, 2004
    From what I hear, DFI is feature packed, and a good board for someone who really wants to OC and squeeze out a few frames out of their system, Not that this can't be done with an ASUS.
    On the downside, I have heard that the DFI boards aren't that stable, ever. If you OC, you know how frustrating it can be to have your board lock up as you try to find the perfect settings, and then having to clear the CMOS. (In that respect I would compare it with a Gigabyte board)

    MSI is good, my favorite thing about MSI is the documentation that comes with the board, usually everything is explained very clearly and there is no need to guess what the right setting or jumper would be.

    ASUS is just a all around great board! You can't go wrong there.
    My 939 system uses a Chaintech Zenith VE, also a very nice board and so far I love it!
  3. digger747


    Sep 6, 2004
    I have built many computers with both MSI and Asus.Never had any trouble with asus boards,have had some problems getting MSI boards to run stable.Once in awhile they can be a pain! The DFI board can be a really good board if you are an advanced builder and understand all the many bios options and know how to tweak it for stability.Lately i have been sticking with asus,builds just go alot better,at least for me anyway.
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