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    Question Gigabyte H67MA-D2H-B3 Mainboard help

    I have just busted myself by helping a stranger XD.I have helped him to buy a Gigabyte H67MA-D2H-B3 mobo because I thought it's the best mobo in 8k & actually it is. But he doesn't believe me.He told me to post a thread in BG for that.So am doing this.Guys help him by answering the questions given below -

    1.This mobo doesn't has any pci slot.But he wants to install an external lan card on that because he thinks there is a chance of burning his mobo because of thunder. So confirm that is there a real chance of burning this mobo because of thunder.By the way he use a smile dial broadband.

    2.Does the built in lan card of this mobo make any problem?

    3.The technology of the bulitin lan card is new or not?

    4.Is there any pci ex 1.0 lan card available in the market?If yes then how much is the price?Found one on Ryans but that ones price is high (2k).Any else?

    5.Is the quality of this mobo is good (lolz)?How is the overall performance of this mobo?

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    Default Re: Gigabyte H67MA-D2H-B3 Mainboard help

    I just bought this one yesterday. So, I'd like to know these too

    & to speak about the built-in ethernet controller, there is no chance of thunderbolt unless a person tries to push the cord way inside the port using অসুরের শক্তি ।

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    Default Re: Gigabyte H67MA-D2H-B3 Mainboard help

    The onboard LAN should not cause any problem. Actually this board is a very good one, B3 stepping, 16x 4x CrossfireX, SATA 6Gb/s, USB 3.0, onboard graphics, HDMI, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arif69 View Post
    I have just busted myself by helping a stranger XD.I have helped him to buy a Gigabyte H67MA-D2H-B3 mobo because I thought it's the best mobo in 8k & actually it is. But he doesn't believe me.He told me to post a thread in BG for that.So am doing this.Guys help him by answering the questions given below - 1.This mobo doesn't has any pci slot.But he wants to install an external lan card on that because he thinks there is a chance of burning his mobo because of thunder. So confirm that is there a real chance of burning this mobo because of thunder.By the way he use a smile dial broadband.2.Does the built in lan card of this mobo make any problem?3.The technology of the bulitin lan card is new or not?4.Is there any pci ex 1.0 lan card available in the market?If yes then how much is the price?Found one on Ryans but that ones price is high (2k).Any else? 5.Is the quality of this mobo is good (lolz)?How is the overall performance of this mobo?
    oi stranger er lan nia eto matha betha ken?Lol....It is more than enough ....unless he is running a search engine like 'google'

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    Default Re: Gigabyte H67MA-D2H-B3 Mainboard help

    If he's worried about thunder showers short circuting his motherboard so much, the PCI LAN will be no different than the onboard LAN if he is unfortunate enough to be a victim of thunder. And just like floppy drives, the PCI slots are in my opinion, obsolete, but that's just my opinion.
    Last edited by Fox Mulder; July 14th, 2011 at 10:24.

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    Default Re: Gigabyte H67MA-D2H-B3 Mainboard help

    Quote Originally Posted by romulus_ut3 View Post
    If he's worried about thunder showers short circuting his motherboard so much, the PCI LAN will be no different than the onboard LAN if he is unfortunate enough to a victim of thunder. And just like floppy drives, the PCI slots are in my opinion, obsolete, but that's just my opinion.
    For what ever reason, I had a PCI Lan card installed on previous pc's motherboard.............

    One night there was a huge thunderstorm and a lightning bolt hit somewhere in my area....
    The next day my internet connect was extremely poor....it was in the morning so I didn't bother to call up my ISP.......

    I switched back to my onboard lan and the connection was ok again........
    I came to the conclusion that the lightning bolt fried my PCI lan......

    I also found my telephone had been fried.....but i don't no if it was a related incident......

    If the stranger is still paranoid about this.......(1 in a million chance of frying the onboard lan or the mobo)......tell him to unplugg the cable during a thunderstorm......
    Problem solved.....PC safe....every one is happy......

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    Default Re: Gigabyte H67MA-D2H-B3 Mainboard help

    Quote Originally Posted by NahyaN™ View Post
    For what ever reason, I had a PCI Lan card installed on previous pc's motherboard.............

    One night there was a huge thunderstorm and a lightning bolt hit somewhere in my area....
    The next day my internet connect was extremely poor....it was in the morning so I didn't bother to call up my ISP.......

    I switched back to my onboard lan and the connection was ok again........
    I came to the conclusion that the lightning bolt fried my PCI lan......

    I also found my telephone had been fried.....but i don't no if it was a related incident......

    If the stranger is still paranoid about this.......(1 in a million chance of frying the onboard lan or the mobo)......tell him to unplugg the cable during a thunderstorm......
    Problem solved.....PC safe....every one is happy......
    If your PCI modem was fried, it wouldn't be detected as a working device on your PC anymore, be logical, anything that carries that much electricity on to your pc is bound to short circuit stuff and you'll know it when it happens, what you suffered could've been a "power surge" and not the bolt, it's a common scene in our country when thundershowers hits, the electricity starts jumping and then suddenly drops, and there was a time when PCI dial up modems that needed the assistance of a telephone line were a smashing hit amongst home pc users, and at that period, cases like fried motherboards because of a bolt were very few but it did happen.. It's plainly about luck, you don't find ppl massively dying from lightning bolts do you? Only a few are unfortunate enough to have such a gruesome death.
    Last edited by Fox Mulder; July 14th, 2011 at 10:37.

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    Default Re: Gigabyte H67MA-D2H-B3 Mainboard help

    Quote Originally Posted by romulus_ut3 View Post
    If your PCI modem was fried, it wouldn't be detected as a working device on your PC anymore, be logical, anything that carries that much electricity on to your pc is bound to short circuit stuff and you'll know it when it happens, what you suffered could've been a "power surge" and not the bolt, it's a common scene in our country when thundershowers hits, the electricity starts jumping and then suddenly drops, and there was a time when PCI dial up modems that needed the assistance of a telephone line were a smashing hit amongst home pc users, and at that period, cases like fried motherboards because of a bolt were very few but it did happen.. It's plainly about luck, you don't find ppl massively dying from lightning bolts do you? Only a few are unfortunate enough to have such a gruesome death.
    I guess im one of the few unfortunate.......

    Alright.......maybe fried isn't the right word here, but the card wasn't working as it should, and it never did again........
    I tried it a few times after with same results.........

    Yes the power surge is a more logical explanation, thanks for clearing that up.......

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