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Thread: G33FB/G33TL/P35DP which is the best?

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    Default G33FB/G33TL/P35DP which is the best?

    Intel G33FB/ G33TL/ P35DP!

    Which one is the best??? Vote here:



    Why your chosen chip is good? Give the reason below.

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    off course p35 is better than g33 chipset. eta bolar kisu nai.
    Speed is like ADDICTION.....

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    Among these three motherboard DG33FB is the worst one, because it has several cons; the most important is that it has no support for Intel® Core™2 Quad; beside this, it has inferior Audio Subsystem. The last cons of this motherboard is that it doesn't support Intel® Matrix Storage Technology (RAID). Except all these cons, other feature are same as DP35DP.

    The second motherboard DG33TL's only con is that it is Micro-ATX, which is actually is not a problem; if you don't have lots of PCI Cards, at least more than one. It has Audio Subsystem & LAN. There are few users who needs more than one PCI slots.

    The best Motherboard amone these three, DP35DP is the best one, because it is an ATX motherboard, besid this, it has a peculiar con, that is has no built-in graphics card, but who needs built-in Graphics Card? If the price is not too high than you can go for it, otherwise go for DG33TL.

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    this should clarify the confusion you have been having about motherboards for quite sometime tian

    first of all, if you are NOT overclocking, there is very little difference between the G33, P35, X38, X48 and P45. There will be differences in latency and memory bandwidth (higher to lower in the order i gave in terms of latency, the opposite for bandwidth), but in real world scenarios (gaming, casual video editing, loading up applications) you WILL NOT see much of a difference in performance(trust me on this, i do extensive research and reviews of hardware), so you might as well save up that money and get a better video card, or a better processor, or more memory, or a better LCD etc within that bugdet

    of course, if there arent any problems with the budget, go for a P35 or X48(if you want crossfire). otherwise, beef up the other components

    hope this helps

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    Ya, thanks a lot. But is G33TL not the best for budget conscious people?

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    it depends, really. just make sure the motherboard supports a Core2 Quad, and has decent sound. that would do. G33TL should have that really, but some manufacturers omit certain features, so you might want to have a look at that

    The chipset itself would do fine

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    Abit G33TL or MSI G33TL? Which is good in your eye, Mazhar (Bro/Uncle/Granpa- feel whats fit you)?

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    G33TL is the model fom Intel, other Manufactures have different Models, like Gigabyte have 5 Models for G33 Chipset, among them GA-G33-DS3R is the best one. You can check it from here.

    Abit does not have any motherboard of G33 Chipset. Check it here.

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    Intel Sucks !!!!

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    Moderators, this topic can be deleted. However, there is now no doubt that P35 is the best. It is an unnecessary topic now. Thank you!


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    Default Re: G33FB/G33TL/P35DP which is the best?

    x48 chipsets are wildly xpensive but p45 is also but i prefer x38

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