motherboard, which is best?

Philippines
December 1, 2006 10:34pm CST
Is ASRock a good processor? How is it compared to Asus?
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10 responses
@ankscorek (567)
• Djibouti
2 Dec 06
ASUS is any day better
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• Philippines
2 Dec 06
wow, really? I often hear this from many people almost all the time that it's reliable. thanks!
3 Aug 07
ASUS motherboard.( m2n-e sli) AMD processor. ( AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000+ 3.0GHz ) Asus and AMD work good together. The combination above is in the $500.00 area.(less from http://tigerdirect.ca)
• Philippines
13 Aug 07
thank u for the great link recommended! :)
@magusto (561)
• Portugal
23 Feb 07
i think asrock its good but i still prefer asus
• Philippines
23 Feb 07
seems asus is the most reliable one.
@blueman (16513)
• India
2 Dec 06
i think intel motherboards are the best for intel processor.
• Philippines
3 Dec 06
thanks, got better idea now from all your replies...good day!
@spoiled311 (5502)
• Philippines
21 Feb 08
hi shiloh! last month, i changed processors, etc...i got asus. i think it is still the most trusted brand...take care friend and God bless! :)
@shiloh_222 (5480)
• Philippines
19 Feb 08
definitely asus for me... several pcs and laptop for me have the asus motherboard...
14 Feb 08
definitely Asus man...it comes with 2 years global warranty..
@ebtenorio (765)
• Philippines
13 Nov 07
I would recommend ASUS motherboard. It's hard to put all the details of contrast between the two brands here.. I and of course the office I work with use ASUS motherboards. They are tough and do not wear out that easily. Durable. Good performance. I heard many friends and colleagues talk about ASRock. They are not satisfied with it and they have changed to ASUS. :D
@shiloh_222 (5480)
• Philippines
22 Sep 07
Hi i prefer ASUS. I have been using ASUS for 2 desktops and my notebook. I like their technology. my motherboard for the 2 desktops is already of 3.5 years and the other nearly 4.5 and they're still working fine... though, for precaution measures, either install an additional built-in fan for your desktop or buy a laptop cooler for a notebook. Heat is what we need to minimize if we want motherboards to last longer...:-) hope this helps...
• Philippines
13 Aug 07
i think intel pentium