What's the most multi-awarded Motherboard?

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  1. sweater

    sweater Registered Member

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    What's the most multi-awarded motherboard today? And what's your experience with it, are you satisfied with it and really does work for you?
     
  2. Noob

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    I've used motherboards from MSI and Gigabyte. Both lasted way more than all the other components. In fact the only reason i changed them was because they were outdated so they were 100% reliable. :D
     
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    Awarded? There are dozens of new boards coming out all the time. And there are awards for all sorts of thing - most mean nothing to you or me.

    I used boards from all sorts of makers and in general, electronics are reliable products, regardless the maker. The fact is, if an electronics device survives the first few minutes after first power up, it is likely last a long time - typically retired before failing.

    That said I prefer Gigabyte and ASUS, but I agree MSI makes quality boards too.
     
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    of late we have seen a higher failure rate of msi boards (more entry to mid level ones). but realize we buy like 100 or more of a certain model at a time. it depends where you want to be. im not a fan of gigabyte myself which goes to show peoples opinions vary. personally i miss dfi boards they were my favorite.
     
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    I'm out of the mobo game. But used to be Asus & Gigabyte were the tops. With Asus being the most reliable & Gigabyte the most cutting edge.
     
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