ASUS P7P55D Deluxe
Foxconn Inferno Katana
Last edited by Abdur Rafi; September 29th, 2010 at 19:28.
ASUS ones ofcourse...................do you have any doubt?
Close your eyes, go for Asus.
Asus man...go 4 asus...
MSI-r ta kharap na magar ASUS i boss!
Woot! Woot! Woot!
ok,ok i buy this asus mobo.
thx all u guyz for helpful comments.
Go with whichever one is cheaper. The MSI P55-GD80 is just as good as the ASUS, with a better BIOS and one extra PCI-E port, but a USB port less. PWM is the same, ASUS uses 16 phases but MSI's beeifer 8 phases does the work just as well.
Whats with the ASUS bias guys? Get off it
Edit: stay away from the foxconn, its a problematic board
Last edited by Mazhar; September 30th, 2010 at 01:27.
Now that's a helpful reply. +1.
~It is better to keep your mouth shut and let people think you are stupid than to open it and remove all doubt.
The Deluxe does not even offer very significant features for the extra cash over the Pro/Evo. I 'd actually ask you to go for the Pro/ Evo since you 're aiming to keep Multi-GPU options open (which i can sense, since u're opting for an 8x 8x capable board). The GD80 is perfectly fine as well, but you could save around 60.00 USD if u went for the P7P55D-PRO.
I would have suggested you to take a look at the Hydra chip-based units from MSI only if they were not so tremendously plagued with various issues and limitations. I was expecting the Fuzions to be a breakthrough, but things didn 't turn out such. However i plan to pick 1 up in the near future because it 's gonna be fun to play with.
Core i5 750 @ 3.81GHz | Prolimatech Megahalems Rev.B + Nidec Beta V + Rosewill RFX-120BL
ASUS P7P55D | Gigabyte HD5970 @ 850MHz/1150MHz + XFX 9800GT for PHYSX
2X2GB A-DATA DDR3 XPG @ 1520MHz, 8-8-8-20 | Samsung F3 500GB + Hitachi Deskstar 250GB
Samsung 2233SW | Gigaworks G500 | Creative HS-1000 X-Fi Fatality USB Headset
TT Spedo Advanced Package + 4X12" Logisys Blue CCT + Delta XTREME Airflow | ASUS 750W
When it comes to P55, go with the cheapest one possible (I would avoid Foxconn). And about Asus bias thing... Asus is a great brand, but every brand makes some faulty products. So, it is not a wise decision to buy something just because it is "Asus". You can go with the MSI one and sleep in virtual peace.