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Windows 7: Building a 'High Performance' Windows 7 PC

27 Apr 2010   #51

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ravingmad View Post
If you want high performance go with a genuine Intel board, trust me on this. Nobody can implement Intel chipsets lile Intel themselves. I've been in the industry for 20 years, have been through every brand of mobo available and nothing touches Intel boards for reliability and stability.
Intel boards are good and I've good luck with them as well. I've also had quite good results from Asus and Gigabyte as well.

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ravingmad View Post
Additionally touch nothing else but Kingston memory.
Kinston makes some value RAM that really isn't all that great. As far as RAM is concerned, I usually go with Corsair, Crucial, Mushkin or G.Skill (what I've been using in my last few builds).

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