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    Please express your thoughts about that...

    Product- Biostar TZ68K+

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    Product info- http://www.biostar.com.tw/app/en/mb/...n.php?S_ID=556
    Product review- http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/mai...z68k-plus.html



    actually ecs er baper e amader onekey dharona kharap chilo pore by some positive user review Ecs turned out to be a good vendor, so same here as I do not know any thing about Biostar, any positive/negative feedback will be appreciated...


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    stay away from biostar product. they use cheap capacitors.

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    I've used Biostar g31 chipset mobo for over 3 years, still serving well, so IMO it's a good Vendor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by codename5302 View Post
    stay away from biostar product. they use cheap capacitors.
    please also mention from where did u get that info..

    ---------- Post added at 21:34 ---------- Previous post was at 21:32 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by RonzDrive View Post
    I've used Biostar g31 chipset mobo for over 3 years, still serving well, so IMO it's a good Vendor.

    Here's another review of Biostar TZ68K+
    http://www.neoseeker.com/resourcelink.html?rid=213857
    i've seen the review too....positive so far..

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    Quote Originally Posted by musvi View Post
    please also mention from where did u get that info..

    i personally used biostar t series mobo when i bought q6600. within 3 months the mobo went out of order. returned it and got another one. it had the same problem, later the seller changed my mobo with gigabyte one and told me they got several similar complains so not taking anymore risk. although it was almost 3 years ago but right now there is no biostar distributor in UK, nearest one is in germany. so it is safe to say they dont produce reliable product. :-)

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    মুসভি ভাই আপনার বাজেট কত ? এত কোম্পানি থাকতে আপনি Biostar এর দিকে যাচ্ছেন কেন :S ?

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    Instead of getting these brand boards get an ECS board or even a H67, as u won't be able to oc either ways on that 2600.

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    My opinion: Go for ECS, Not for Biostar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by codename5302 View Post
    i personally used biostar t series mobo when i bought q6600. within 3 months the mobo went out of order. returned it and got another one. it had the same problem, later the seller changed my mobo with gigabyte one and told me they got several similar complains so not taking anymore risk. although it was almost 3 years ago but right now there is no biostar distributor in UK, nearest one is in germany. so it is safe to say they dont produce reliable product. :-)
    thank for the valuable info..

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    Even ASrock is not upto the mark. A person only buys these boards only when its meant to be run at stock without any tweaking or used in office.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arif69 View Post
    মুসভি ভাই আপনার বাজেট কত ? এত কোম্পানি থাকতে আপনি Biostar এর দিকে যাচ্ছেন কেন :S ?
    bhai market e Board e akaal...

    ---------- Post added at 22:00 ---------- Previous post was at 21:59 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by EviL AnGeL View Post
    Instead of getting these brand boards get an ECS board or even a H67, as u won't be able to oc either ways on that 2600.
    Ecs er Layout ta pochondho hoi nai bhaia..

    ---------- Post added at 22:01 ---------- Previous post was at 22:00 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by abir View Post
    My opinion: Go for ECS, Not for Biostar.
    thanks Abir for the recommendation..

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    Quote Originally Posted by musvi View Post
    bhai market e Board e akaal...

    ---------- Post added at 22:00 ---------- Previous post was at 21:59 ----------



    Ecs er Layout ta pochondho hoi nai bhaia..

    ---------- Post added at 22:01 ---------- Previous post was at 22:00 ----------



    thanks Abir for the recommendation..
    Then bhaia its upto u layout vs durability.

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    so far ajke ja pelam-

    Asus P8z68-v - 17k
    Asus P8H67-v - 10.5k
    Biostar TZ68K+ - 11.5k
    Msi P67A -GD65 - 15.5k
    Msi PH67A -C43 - (4get to ask the price)
    AsRock P67 Fatality Performance(do not know weather B3 stepped or not) - 13.5k
    Asrock P67 Extreme-( no not know about the price)
    Gigabyte MA Z68 D2H B3 - 11.5k

    was looking for Gigabyte Z68A D3H B3 but didn't find a single piece......um really confused... :S

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    Last edited by musvi; December 13th, 2011 at 23:13.

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    Gigabyte MA Z68 D2H B3 - 11.5k
    I've used it a really solid board.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EviL AnGeL View Post
    Gigabyte MA Z68 D2H B3 - 11.5k
    I've used it a really solid board.
    only thing pulling me away from this board is the lack of pci slot, as i wont be able to use my Audigy 2 zs, and another thing it only a Matx board....

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    Quote Originally Posted by musvi View Post
    only thing pulling me away from this board is the lack of pci slot, as i wont be able to use my Audigy 2 zs, and another thing it only a Matx board....
    ok 4gt it buy whichever u think is right.

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    mis-conception.....mis-information all over this thread...every body running behind Asus... Gigabyte...MSI... have you guys ever used cheap boards of Asus, MSI and Gigabyte... i have been using them since 2000. MSI had very bad reputation for cheap boards. Almost every board got burnt within 18 months. Asus boards are unstable in nature from the very start.. used P5K-VM... the classic P4P-800 (Legend that made asus renowned).... now using Asus H61-MLX. Gigabyte cheap boards are are good at stock but really hard to overclock... my friends 890-FX UD5 cannot even successfully unlock Phenom II 550 ( Which unlocks in MSI 890 fx board). So just because it is Biostar, AsRock and ECS does not mean it is cheap, crap board. My choice now goes to AsRock boards... They are the most stable boards i have seen. The failure rate is really low compared to other brands. U can ask the reseller of AsRock Computer City....
    People here saying that Biostar is crap brand with crap boards... but do you know biostar produced one of the best boards of P67 chipset?
    It is the Biostar TP-67 XE. On average it can take Core i7 2600K upto 4.8 Ghz....look at the number of recognitions it got
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    Quote Originally Posted by BEIL.Mantis View Post
    mis-conception.....mis-information all over this thread...every body running behind Asus... Gigabyte...MSI... have you guys ever used cheap boards of Asus, MSI and Gigabyte... i have been using them since 2000. MSI had very bad reputation for cheap boards. Almost every board got burnt within 18 months. Asus boards are unstable in nature from the very start.. used P5K-VM... the classic P4P-800 (Legend that made asus renowned).... now using Asus H61-MLX. Gigabyte cheap boards are are good at stock but really hard to overclock... my friends 890-FX UD5 cannot even successfully unlock Phenom II 550 ( Which unlocks in MSI 890 fx board). So just because it is Biostar, AsRock and ECS does not mean it is cheap, crap board. My choice now goes to AsRock boards... They are the most stable boards i have seen. The failure rate is really low compared to other brands. U can ask the reseller of AsRock Computer City....
    People here saying that Biostar is crap brand with crap boards... but do you know biostar produced one of the best boards of P67 chipset?
    It is the Biostar TP-67 XE. On average it can take Core i7 2600K upto 4.8 Ghz....look at the number of recognitions it got

    and what about the board i mentioned in 1st post?..

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    Quote Originally Posted by BEIL.Mantis View Post
    mis-conception.....mis-information all over this thread...every body running behind Asus... Gigabyte...MSI... have you guys ever used cheap boards of Asus, MSI and Gigabyte... i have been using them since 2000. MSI had very bad reputation for cheap boards. Almost every board got burnt within 18 months. Asus boards are unstable in nature from the very start.. used P5K-VM... the classic P4P-800 (Legend that made asus renowned).... now using Asus H61-MLX. Gigabyte cheap boards are are good at stock but really hard to overclock... my friends 890-FX UD5 cannot even successfully unlock Phenom II 550 ( Which unlocks in MSI 890 fx board). So just because it is Biostar, AsRock and ECS does not mean it is cheap, crap board. My choice now goes to AsRock boards... They are the most stable boards i have seen. The failure rate is really low compared to other brands. U can ask the reseller of AsRock Computer City....
    People here saying that Biostar is crap brand with crap boards... but do you know biostar produced one of the best boards of P67 chipset?
    It is the Biostar TP-67 XE. On average it can take Core i7 2600K upto 4.8 Ghz....look at the number of recognitions it got

    ^ THIS!

    come on guys just end it already the low-mid range boards of ASUS , gigabyte and MSI are pretty BAD
    gigabyte looks YAKH ,lacks features ,msi and ASUS low end boards are not reliable and have stability issues

    just take a look at ASRock FATlity owners all over the world ,they are rocking with the board and achieving amazing clocks and yeah WHO said ASRock is BAD brand?!!!!!!!!!!!!
    its a friggin subsidiary of ASUS itself!!

    and @musvi bhai just make sure the revision of the ASRock board and pick that up

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    Quote Originally Posted by naved777 View Post
    ^ THIS!

    come on guys just end it already the low-mid range boards of ASUS , gigabyte and MSI are pretty BAD
    gigabyte looks YAKH ,lacks features ,msi and ASUS low end boards are not reliable and have stability issues

    just take a look at ASRock FATlity owners all over the world ,they are rocking with the board and achieving amazing clocks and yeah WHO said ASRock is BAD brand?!!!!!!!!!!!!
    its a friggin subsidiary of ASUS itself!!

    and @musvi bhai just make sure the revision of the ASRock board and pick that up
    bro eita niyei ami confused....this is the only board i liked but again worrying about it revision......can u plz let me know weather Asrock p67 Fatality Performance is B3 stepped?

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