I am choosing between a gigabyte and an asus board for overclocking but i need to be convinced of the better of the the 2 with a limit of about $ 175
which board can both house Intel Core 2 Quad Q9550 as well us the Intel i7 types
There on the same grounds for me, some Models are better than others, so when buying a board, I look at models (asif they are 1 big company), benchmarks of specific models, and reviews, thats how I choose between Asus and Gigabyte.
I prefer Gigabyte, but I have an ASUS board now. Both brands have never given me any trouble. My first Gigabyte board had a bad capacitor but I got a new board an hour later at the store. No big deal. I'd go with Gigabyte if I had to choose.
Ty guys, thats what iam decideing myself over .. yet my goal is to have a stable board that is able to increase ram and upgrade cpu more extensively when the time comes with the same MB..
also need a good cpu cooler for the OCing