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are foxconn m/b any good

Discussion in 'Motherboards' started by epeion, 3 Feb 2006.

  1. epeion

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    loking toget a new nf4 m/b where im getting it from has most of the other m/b out of stock but they have some foxconn ones are they okay or avoid like the plague?
     
    Last edited: 3 Feb 2006
  2. DannyW

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    Yeh Foxconn are a good make, they own Leadtek.

    Avoid the rubbish on ebatty like - Biostar, Mercury ect...
     
  3. ukdave

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    biostar aren't bad actually. both make good m-atx boards. foxconn make a lot of oem stuff too.
     
  4. loltim

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    Yep, Biostar are a good brand.
     
  5. Nixeh

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    woah woah woah... dont bad mouth biostar otherwise ill beat u to death with a stale baguette
     
  6. m3csl2004

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    nah biostar are ok, avoid ecs tho lol

    i have a leadtech/foxxconn skt a matx board and its nice and reliable (even with some "alterations to the components" lol)
     
  7. p4radox

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    I'll do likewise, but I'll flail you with a QTec PSU. See Sig, Biostar are nice motherboards :)
     
  8. Dougsnake

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    on to thread topic foxconn boards are fine but the bios update support is a bit weak :(
     
  9. Chaos

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    Built a cheap pc with foxcon mb and was fine, no issues.
     
  10. epeion

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    cool thanks for info