onsdag den 2. marts 2011
I recently got my new motherboard that i ordered, and I don't think i've ever been so disappointed.
The motherboard is the ga-x58a-ud3r rev 2.0. First impressions were pretty good, the mobo looked good and so on. but when i removed the "protection cap" on the cpu socket i saw that one of the pins in the socket were bent.. I then google'd the problem and this seems to be a very common problem on this mobo. How weak is that?
Some people had had luck trying anyways and i did so. And as expected i could install my OS etc. etc. but it only detected 4gb of my 8gb RAM. I did several ramtests etc. and the RAM is perfect.
Furthermore is the BIOS crap -.-
I would never advice anyone to buy from this company, and I will, myself, certainly never do so again.