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User Info: Taitao

Taitao
3 years ago#1
Choose your favorite - Results (129 votes)
motherboards
48.06% (62 votes)
62
optical disc drives (bluray or dvd)
2.33% (3 votes)
3
routers
1.55% (2 votes)
2
notebooks
10.85% (14 votes)
14
ultrabooks (zenbooks)
2.33% (3 votes)
3
fonepads
0.78% (1 votes)
1
tablets
4.65% (6 votes)
6
monitors
20.93% (27 votes)
27
audio sound cards
4.65% (6 votes)
6
pre-built desktops
3.88% (5 votes)
5
This poll is now closed.
This company has impressed me lately with their tech than a few years ago. I own 4 components at the moment by them and they're a couple motherboards, sound cards, a U series notebook from a year old only, and an AC router I just got that I find impressive AC56U model
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User Info: Snuckie7

Snuckie7
3 years ago#2
Literally no graphics cards option.
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User Info: TheFeshPince

TheFeshPince
3 years ago#3
Where's video card? fail.
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User Info: cody4783

cody4783
3 years ago#4
Snuckie7 posted...
Literally no graphics cards option.

The Asus video card I had managed to reach 110ºc frequently before bluescreening.

In a way I guess that was some sick form of enjoyment for someone.
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User Info: Taitao

Taitao
3 years ago#5
Snuckie7 posted...
Literally no graphics cards option.


Yikes, I knew I was missing a thing or two. Sorry lol
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User Info: PraetorXyn

PraetorXyn
3 years ago#6
I have one of their laptops, and the PB278Q is probably the best IPS panel you can get as far as value is concerned.

But any answer besides motherboards is just wrong, as Asus and Gigabyte have been the top two motherboard manufacturers for a very long time.

When you look at each of their respective "top of the line" boards, no other company really has anything that competes, at least not well.
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User Info: Snuckie7

Snuckie7
3 years ago#7
PraetorXyn posted...
I have one of their laptops, and the PB278Q is probably the best IPS panel you can get as far as value is concerned.

But any answer besides motherboards is just wrong, as Asus and Gigabyte have been the top two motherboard manufacturers for a very long time.

When you look at each of their respective "top of the line" boards, no other company really has anything that competes, at least not well.


Do ASUS monitors still have that heavy AG coating?
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User Info: Taitao

Taitao
3 years ago#8
I forgot the video card option because the word Asus does not spring to that component. Once again, sorry nerds. First thing that pops to mind is motherboards, let's be honest here.
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User Info: PraetorXyn

PraetorXyn
3 years ago#9
Snuckie7 posted...
PraetorXyn posted...
I have one of their laptops, and the PB278Q is probably the best IPS panel you can get as far as value is concerned.

But any answer besides motherboards is just wrong, as Asus and Gigabyte have been the top two motherboard manufacturers for a very long time.

When you look at each of their respective "top of the line" boards, no other company really has anything that competes, at least not well.


Do ASUS monitors still have that heavy AG coating?


The one I mentioned is semi-glossy. It's Dell that have the horrid coating.

To get a good true glossy PLS, you have to go to Samsung, and the one in question costs like $1200 MSRP. That's why I said the PB278Q was probably the best as far as value went, because it's almost as good as the Samsung ones for around half the price.
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User Info: Bowsaa

Bowsaa
3 years ago#10
I've only got an ASUS monitor, so that I guess?
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