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MSI Big Bang-XPower II Mainboard Review

Started by: alpha0ne | Date 03/28/12 01:34:39 AM
Comments: 4 | Last Comment:  03/08/16 03:54:47 AM


Yet another dog from msi, why do they even bother
0 0 [Posted by: alpha0ne  | Date: 03/28/12 01:34:39 AM]

this MB would look great minus all the cheesy looking gun crap
0 0 [Posted by: sanity  | Date: 04/01/12 05:39:42 AM]

I ASUS Rampage IV Extreme and could OC to 5.2 with 1.52 volts and with the liquid ( liquid silicone DOT5 WillWood 600 brake fluid ) it ran at 33C under load. I had to RMA it but the first hold down for the video cards broke as soon as I put any presure to remove the card so ASUS refused to honor the warranty because of the broken clip, and when I recieved it back it came in a box not the retail box it was boxed in and the pins on the board were crushed and some had been clipped off.So anyone thinking of a ASUS better not OC because ASUS will damage the board and say it was caused by you and will not honor the warranty. I now have a BigBang on order and hope to get it next week and I am so hiped up because on paper the MSI should blow away the ASUS. I have a 3930K and it will hit 5Ghz with only 1.475 volts and with GTX570 Classified's in SLI running at 993/2341 I should be able to break my reacord of P13,030 in 3DMark 11 and run at least 132 FPS in BF3 as it did with the ASUS which will never be bought by me any more MSI has gained one of the best online gamers of all of my victoms and my group of freinds will be buying MSI aswell since they buy what I buy. ALL I HAVE TO SAY TO ASUS IS BYE BYE AFTER 20 YEARS.
0 0 [Posted by: LeadSled  | Date: 05/19/12 09:49:44 AM]


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