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Compare asus intel and gigabyte motherboard

Hello,
i want to know which motherboard will be suitable for a home purpose!!! i want to know from 2 perspectives
1. from gaming point of view
2. from non-gaming point of view!!!
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    Gigabyte all the way. I'm a non gamer, and would buy one just for the dual bios feature on some of it's boards. One bad flash will make you a convert.
  2. Intel motherboard tend to known for "no frills" stability. Many have limited overclocking capabilities.

    Asus boards seem to be more popular than Gigabyte, but like o1die, I prefer Gigabyte.

    So from a gaming point of view - either Asus or Gigabyte. Non-gaming? Any of them.
  3. Best answer selected by himanshupremiy.
  4. jsc said:
    Intel motherboard tend to known for "no frills" stability. Many have limited overclocking capabilities.

    Asus boards seem to be more popular than Gigabyte, but like o1die, I prefer Gigabyte.

    So from a gaming point of view - either Asus or Gigabyte. Non-gaming? Any of them.


    thnx for the reply mate!!! ur ans and the other one both are best frm my point of view!!! thnx a ton!!!!
    wud u give some info on processors??? i mean for non-gaming use dual core will be fine or core2 duo is recommended???? and in core 2 duo will the 2.66Ghz be fine!!! coz i save 1K if i go for 2.66Ghz core2duo!!! the thing is i m a hardware engg so i have to quote the best processor which fits in the budget!!!! ur views on dual core 2.66Ghz and dual core 3.0Ghz!!! thnx in advance!!!
  5. wud u give some info on processors??? i mean for non-gaming use dual core will be fine or core2 duo is recommended???? and in core 2 duo will the 2.66Ghz be fine!!! coz i save 1K if i go for 2.66Ghz core2duo!!! the thing is i m a hardware engg so i have to quote the best processor which fits in the budget!!!! ur views on dual core 2.66Ghz and dual core 3.0Ghz!!! thnx in advance!!!
  6. I used an i3 530 for awhile; more than adequate for a non gamer. Look for one used for under $100, or the 6950 (no hyperthreading) for $50. Or the i5 750 used for around $150. I mention these as Sandy Bridge is so new and the prices are higher. I'm only guessing as you didn't mention a budget. If you are serious, please include it.
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