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[filmscanners] Re: Vuescan and 64bit Windows - Ed's reply



Funny you should mention that the board got orphaned. I had a hell of a
time finding one for my second system, and there doesn't seem to be a
new product from Gigabyte with the same features. Baffling to say the least.

Regarding reviews, throw in tomshardware.com and anandtech.com.

Charles Knox wrote:
> I've built three machines using the GA K8N Ultra-9 board, one for myself, 2
> for others. So far it's about the most stable board I've ever used, runs
> all AMD 64 single and dual core processors up to the FX60 and is happy with
> nearly anything you throw at it.
>
> The other two users are equally contented with theirs.
>
> There's only one thing really seriously wrong with it -- they don't make it
> any more...
>
> Charles
>
> At 09:41 PM 4/06/2006 -0500, you wrote:
>
>>My previous machine had a Gigabyte MB and I really liked it.  So far,
>>I'm not impressed.  It's also my first experience with Nvidia chipset
>>drivers - I was ready for anything else, given my experience with VIA.
>>I may go back to Gigabyte, sooner than later.
>>
>>Jim
>>
>>gary wrote:
>>
>>
>>>I guess I should say Asus mobos anymore. It used to be my mobo of choice.
>>>
>>>http://www.iometer.org/
>>>To some degree you can measure disk i/o with the program, though it
>>>really flogs your whole system.
>>>
>>>
>>>gary wrote:
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>>FWIW, I don't build PCs using Asus mobos. I find I get a better bang for
>>>>you buck with Gigabyte. I've built two systems using the GA-k8n Ultra-9
>>>>(x64 and Suse 10.0)

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