Shinanigans wrote:Anyhoo, I've always used Gigabyte boards since I had Asus board die one after the other
Little_LerroYY wrote:Good to hear. I have a old Asrock mobo running an 865G chipset w/ a P4 3.0GHz Northwood for my homeserver. One of the most stable motherboards I've ever owned. I always thought Asrock was one of those brands that never really got the respect they deserved.
Nekosan wrote:Love me my asrock, dat bios
Dinwiddie wrote:AusRock Pro 4 here too. Not worried about SLI, or Xfire for that matter. The mouse-able BIOS is pretty nice.
Wish there was a feature for easy swap between Integrated gpu and dedicated gpu, but.
An F key, like for choosing between HDD's would be pretty painless, even if you did still have to re-boot .
Mine doesn't have the /MVP bit on the box, but that brings me to the Virtu MVP. What good is it ?
I was hoping it would allow switching between integrated and dedicated, not....
Does jack for the integrated graphics as well, from what I can tell.
Dinwiddie wrote:OK - I've been Re-inspired by your success, Slayer, I updated to the 2.1.114 version of VirtuMVP and can now use the "I" mode, but "D" mode still is not available.
VirtuMVP will not run if I use "D" mode. It may be due to the ATI card.
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