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    Question Searching for Vanguard mobo.

    Can anyone please tell me from which shop i can get an Asus Vanguard mobo in idb? OSGS e asked but they are out of stock.
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    in any moment vanguard will appear here.

    http://globalbrand.com.bd/asus-VANGUARD-B85-motherboard
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    The Asus Vanguard motherboard is nothing more than just a gimmicky product, sadly. Get yourself a good B85 motherboard, from Gigabyte, if possible. Global and UCC are unreliable as far as warranty is concerned.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fox Mulder View Post
    The Asus Vanguard motherboard is nothing more than just a gimmicky product, sadly. Get yourself a good B85 motherboard, from Gigabyte, if possible. Global and UCC are unreliable as far as warranty is concerned.
    Any suggestion in prices below 10k ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by furiousTaher View Post
    in any moment vanguard will appear here.

    http://globalbrand.com.bd/asus-VANGUARD-B85-motherboard
    Still says out of stock.
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    @VANGUARD would be the person to ask.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blurgon View Post
    Any suggestion in prices below 10k ?
    GIGABYTE H97M-D3H @9k

    Buying a B85 board with 10k budget is simply absurd.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    GIGABYTE H97M-D3H @9k

    Buying a B85 board with 10k budget is simply absurd.
    If it's "absurd" than why are the vanguards priced at 9-9.5k ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blurgon View Post
    If it's "absurd" than why are the vanguards priced at 9-9.5k ?
    Because they are of ASUS
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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    Because they are of ASUS
    Bhai few moths back apny e amake suggests korsilen to get a vanguard. Are you suggesting this H97 is better at this price range?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blurgon View Post
    Bhai few moths back apny e amake suggests korsilen to get a vanguard. Are you suggesting this H97 is better at this price range?
    H97 chipset itself is better than B85.
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    The H97 was not available at that time, just to make things clear. In Bangladesh, Asus products are overpriced. In fact, most Asus products are overpriced and overhyped. But ultimately, the choice is yours. And don't forget, warranty assurances is something to be kept in mind too.
    Last edited by Fox Mulder; July 1st, 2015 at 02:38.
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    All this hate for Asus's pricing............

    Although I also believe the hate is justified and prices are absurd, I can't look past Asus and consider other brands for a motherboard. Firstly, because my past experience with every Asus product that has a large circuit board inside (read desktop, laptop and tablets), was stellar, compared to other brands I've tried. Second but more importantly, the little design decisions Asus puts on their products, like the orientation/position of some connector, or the alignment of the fins in some heatsink, or maybe some settings on the bios, always seems to agree with me. It feels like, if I was the engineer who was in charge of that decision, I would make it the same. Can't say I've ever felt that way with any of the competitors' products. That's why when buying a motherboard for myself, I'd pay slightly higher to get one from Asus. Even though I could get one with similar quality and features for slightly cheaper from Gigabyte. I think there might be other people who thinks like me, otherwise how would Asus hold their market share even with higher prices than their competitors in Bangladesh?

    On the other hand, when suggesting a motherboard to people who are less of a tinkerer like me, or don't have the eyes to notice the small details like me, I always suggest gigabyte. Mostly because their suggest and forget reputation from my past experience.

    BTW, ignore this post. Just rambling through my Thoughts.
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    Intel ftw!!! Motherboard that is >_<
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    Thanks guys.
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    Some constructive criticism: just like Asus' graphics cards, most of their motherboard and or it's model based limitations are just mainly in their BIOS. Let me explain in details.

    Asus' graphics cards have this regular version of DirectCU or whatever cooling they are using, and a slightly overclocked variant of the same card with a "TOP" suffix. The difference between the two is.. nothing, except for the card with the TOP BIOS has higher clocks in it. You'll see Asus' motherboards having a similar trend. P5QC, P5QC-Deluxe, etc. are motherboards of the same series, but with different suffixes and you'll find in online /user reviews that the Deluxe has a bit more OC potential than the regular version of the motherboard. This is all actually artificial. The Deluxe, in it's BIOS has a better table for memory handling, and a better CPU voltage regulation table, which allows it to do better in terms overclocking/performance. If these tables are ported in to the regular version of the motherboard's BIOS, their overclocking behavior will become identical.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sybaris Caesar View Post
    Intel ftw!!! Motherboard that is >_<
    Plz Stahp
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    For further details on what I have said in my earlier post, check here. Somehow the link didn't get published with my previous post. There are plenty of issues that can be resolved with the help of a modded BIOS too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fox Mulder View Post
    The H97 was not available at that time, just to make things clear. In Bangladesh, Asus products are overpriced. In fact, most Asus products are overpriced and overhyped. But ultimately, the choice is yours. And don't forget, warranty assurances is something to be kept in mind too.
    Except for Optical Disk Drives.... I mean c'on Asus CD/DVD/ROM/RAM gave better performance and was more reliable than any drives. No could read those low quality pirated scratched disks like Asus did.
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