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  1. #61
    Cleverleyson's Avatar

     rFactor 2 Validated PC Specification 

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    Jan 2012
    Location
    uk
    Montors pretty much only support upto 1080p unless you go nuts.

  2. #62
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     PC Specification 

    Newer Member
    Oct 2010
    Location
    tyldesley, manchester
    have a look on http://3xs.scan.co.uk/ they one of if not the best system builder in uk
    here are some of my pics from racing over the last season or two
    http://michaelward.fotopic.net/

  3. #63
    DurgeDriven's Avatar

     rFactor 2 Validated PC Specification 

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    Mar 2012
    Location
    Sydney, AUSTRALIA
    Quote Originally Posted by Spyder View Post
    Can you?? I had to overclock mine via the motherboard bios menu and install an aftermarket cooler...

    aka
    MSi
    and
    good cooling aka Hydro H60
    Although there are other board manufactures offer similar setup, really I would be surprised if not most.

    Unless you talking about bottom end boards of course.

    Here is MSi Gen3 cheaper "full performance" with one press overclock

    http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?...ducts_id=20002

    $169AUD ... bargain, actually this would be the motherboard I would get myself.
    You don't need to spend 400 bucks.
    People spend anymore and sacrifice other peripherals I will never understand.
    Last edited by DurgeDriven; 05-11-12 at 04:11 AM.
    TT Urban S31 : Seasonic M12 700 : Hydro H90 : 4690@3.5GHz : Gigabyte H97 Gaming 3 : G.Skill 8GB F3 1600C8 : Gigabyte GTX670 OC : X-Fi Titanium : 60GB Force3 : 1TB Black : W7HP64

  4. #64
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    Apr 2012
    Location
    United States
    im not sure about msi for intel, but for amd they were total garbage, melted the phase power handlers (the capacitors) on 3 of there motherboards, all of which were dubbed there "oc'ing boards" msi's customer support is garbage too, dont ever trust msi with your hardware

  5. #65
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     PC Specification Where I race 

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    Apr 2011
    Location
    Grande Prairie, Alberta, Canada
    Hmmm..I am on my 3rd MSI board.....with nary an issue from any of them. I still have my 865PE Neo2 with the 2.6 Prescott furnace on it...lol. Current one is a MSI 990FXA-GD80. I have the 980BE quad on it on a mild OC to 3.9. I have used ASUS, Gigabyte and AsRock as well and never had any issues with any motherboards....I must be living a charmed life... .

  6. #66
    DurgeDriven's Avatar

     rFactor 2 Validated PC Specification 

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    Mar 2012
    Location
    Sydney, AUSTRALIA
    Were
    ............Old stories has no bearing todays MSi.

    Their video cards are great too.
    TT Urban S31 : Seasonic M12 700 : Hydro H90 : 4690@3.5GHz : Gigabyte H97 Gaming 3 : G.Skill 8GB F3 1600C8 : Gigabyte GTX670 OC : X-Fi Titanium : 60GB Force3 : 1TB Black : W7HP64

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