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Is there any benefit to going to Gigabyte?

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So I got my build advice from Gizmodo.com and they suggested on getting a "asus p7p55d-e pro". To me as far as I know everything seems to be working, is there any benefit or advantage whether big or small to going with a Gigabyte board instead?
 
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nzalog said:
So I got my build advice from Gizmodo.com and they suggested on getting a "asus p7p55d-e pro". To me as far as I know everything seems to be working, is there any benefit or advantage whether big or small to going with a Gigabyte board instead?
Have a look into the DSDT Database and you know the answer
 
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karacho said:
nzalog said:
So I got my build advice from Gizmodo.com and they suggested on getting a "asus p7p55d-e pro". To me as far as I know everything seems to be working, is there any benefit or advantage whether big or small to going with a Gigabyte board instead?
Have a look into the DSDT Database and you know the answer
Well that's what confuses me. The DSTS for that board says "Vanilla No Edits". Sorry I don't know what that means vs the Gigabyte ones.
 
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nzalog said:
karacho said:
nzalog said:
So I got my build advice from Gizmodo.com and they suggested on getting a "asus p7p55d-e pro". To me as far as I know everything seems to be working, is there any benefit or advantage whether big or small to going with a Gigabyte board instead?
Have a look into the DSDT Database and you know the answer
Well that's what confuses me. The DSTS for that board says "Vanilla No Edits". Sorry I don't know what that means vs the Gigabyte ones.
"Vanilla No Edits" speaks for hisself...is a fresh from Bios extracted, clean DSDT w/o any modifications and almost useless in this case. The Gigabyte DSDT's are ready for use
 
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