Wonder how it oc's: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E16813153047MassiveOverkill said:Jetway's 6100 board has built-in DVI.
Probably very well, but you will have to buy the board to find out.SJetski71 said:Wonder how it oc's: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E16813153047
heh, i just remembered about msi's lack of voltage adjustments too, so that's not an option. the foxconn generally gets 270+? thats plenty enough for me, i'm gonna be using it w/ a x2 3800+ after the price drop. thanks for the helpFirelord said:Foxconn 6150K8MD would prob be best bet for SATAII, good overclocking (generally around 270+) and feature sets.
The MSI doesn't have VCore adjustment so will cap ocing. The DFI does have issues with PSUs unfortunately as it looks like an ace ocing board
the dfi lacks sata2 ports; might not seem that bad for now, but i plan on keeping this computer for a pretty dam long time, only upgrading either hard drives or video card (maybe ram too, but i already have 2gb), so yeah the sata2 might make a difference in a year or two, and i'd rather not need to buy a controllersleepeeg3 said:Why not the DFI? Burned by them in the past?
The Jetway is also worth a looksee.
I just built a machine for my niece with that Jetway 754 board. It's got all the normal OCing options, although I haven't tried them out (except for CPU voltage, which I took down from 1.4 to 1.1 with no problems). It also came with component outputs on a separate PCI bracket. It's a well-laid-out board, and has been rock solid over the past week while folding 100% 24/7 in a slim case.SJetski71 said: