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Dfi is better than Msi boards, latency means the lower the better for gaming purposes.  Gaming/overclocking memory has low latency which its good to have.  The lower the latency the more you can overclock the memory.  It just runs better.

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this is more like it, cheers guys your helping lots, keep it coming. :tazz:

2 more qeustions.

1. Is Asus boards better then DFi for gaming,

2. I see cases say alot that they accept ATX motherboards, is this the form or something, if so am i right to assume that all the boards i have suggested are ATX

Edited by addy_010, 02 June 2005 - 09:27 AM.

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yes atx is the form factor, and is the most common yes they will fit in an atx case.
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