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Thread: DFI only manufacturer to support RD600

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    GREAT news for u dfi fanboyz and i have been looking into the dfi mb's for awhile. heard great/mixed opinions on this manufacturer. sux for the rd600 series chipset though. so far just one manufacturer to support it so this probably means very little long time support for this wonderful chipset. meh, i have a via. not much support so i can live with it. support it enough for it to be stable and i'm happy.

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    I like the Nforce chipsets better. They have better performance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shiranai_Baka View Post
    I like the Nforce chipsets better. They have better performance.
    how do u figure? no they don't. source? schematic? graphs? venture out and experiment with different chipsets and u'll be surprised that ur nvidia chipset doesn't reign.
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    Because wikipedia and anandtech says so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shiranai_Baka View Post
    Because wikipedia and anandtech says so.
    True! i like nforce more too. ATI had a chance but now they are part of AMD i don't know what will happen

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    Yeah, I guess ATI was cheaper to acquire then Nvidia hahahaha.

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    yeah, i like nvidia chipsets better.

    but i actually dont like anything! since my nf4 chipset goes as ahigh as 69C without OC! hehehe just kidding

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shiranai_Baka View Post
    Because wikipedia and anandtech says so.
    and?

    obviously u know nothing about this chipset. this one would had been the best out there if not becuz of merger. now, everyone is scared of intel.
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    i guess it's still cummin'!

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    I've got an ATI chipset, I wonder how it compares to Nvidia's.

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