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Anyone have the ECS KA3 MVP? I have a question!

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Anonymous
October 30, 2006 10:32:36 PM

Hey, if anyone has the ECS KA3 MVP, Here from Newegg, I need to know what ram will 100% work with it. What ram do you guys have?

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a b V Motherboard
October 30, 2006 11:19:56 PM

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Hey, if anyone has the ECS KA3 MVP, Here from Newegg, I need to know what ram will 100% work with it. What ram do you guys have?


dont skimp on the mobo, bad idea.

ECS = shit
October 30, 2006 11:43:48 PM

Hes right ECS = Junk
Your asking for trouble, nothing worse then having to rma your mb and be without your computer or worse replacing it with another board and reinstalling windoze plus all your apps.(Normally required anyway)
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Anonymous
October 31, 2006 1:25:10 AM

Reviews I hve read were all good. Its ATI 3200 and AM2. Its a nice board. The only other choice I can find is an MSI board Here.

I think I will suffice, this is going to be my first build. It also comes with a very good bundle.
October 31, 2006 6:59:06 AM

Well all I can say is good luck.
I tried ecs twice and both times I had to rma it and both times it took me about 2 weeks just to get them to give me an rma# to send it back.
Ended up being without the computer for over a month both times.
It aint worth saving a couple of bucks to deal with that crap.
a b V Motherboard
November 1, 2006 6:40:45 AM

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Reviews I hve read were all good. Its ATI 3200 and AM2. Its a nice board. The only other choice I can find is an MSI board Here.

I think I will suffice, this is going to be my first build. It also comes with a very good bundle.


oh god not MSI either, GIGABYTE OR ASUS PLEASE
November 3, 2006 4:19:06 AM

I bought one last week. For the most part it's great, I've never seen a Mobo with so many cables and extras!!

anyway, I'm posting a new topic here since all of my issues don't really fit this thread, especially if it's my fault :) 
November 4, 2006 1:27:23 AM

oh, and something very nice for when things go really bad, it has something called a top hat flash, which is a bios chip in a module that slips over the motherboards chip, so override a corrupted flash, making it easier to reflash if a bios flash goes poorly.
Anonymous
November 4, 2006 1:41:40 AM

What about the new Sapphire one?

Sapphire
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