| 130 Dollar Performance (Add a comment )|
by: Discobiscuits (63) | Posted in cluster Gigabyte Cluster
Posted 53 months ago ( edited 53 months ago ) in category DEFAULT
Growing up, I was accustomed to Abit and their offerings. It was until the reign of LGA775 that I finally muscled up the courage to move on to another brand, and Gigabyte was that brand. Being in college, money is always hard to find, so I resort to what I do best: overclocking. The Gigabyte GA-965P-DS3 is literally a godsend to the overclocker. The dual bios will make even the most over-the-top overclocks not ruin the computer, which saved me a lot of time and hassle in the end run. My board has been running for a solid two years, flawlessly. It took my e6300 to 3.29ghz, and saved me a lot of money in the process. I tip my hat to you, Gigabyte. I never would've expected $130 (especially back in the day) to give so much performance even with my lame cooling system. My rig still holds strong to this day, and I owe most of it to the godly motherboard I have under my belt.
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Nice rear case fan, and a nice Thermaltake Polo 735 cooler.