Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by Robb, Jan 31, 2005.
I know the wiring isnt spectacular, but is it pretty good for my first computer build?
I see an SiS chipset.... immediate disqualification as it is no longer a "computer".
you can just shut the fuck up w/ ur elitist attitude
Hehe he's got a point though. I learned my lesson on VIA and SiS chipsets a long time ago. More trouble than the few bucks you save is worth.
i dont even know what the SiS chipset does, or anything about chipsets in general, hahahahha, learn me
yes its a decent wiring job.
fucking asshat, SiS ownz j00
Looks way the fuck better than my computer does inside.
Can it still perform the operations that qualify it as a computer? Yes, it sure the fuck can. Perhaps it's not as stable or performs as well as other computers, but it's still a computer, so quit fucking trolling already, everyone is sick of it. If you have nothing worthwhile to contribute, please, don't even bother posting, it's not appreciated at all.
fuck fuckity fuck fuck fuck
there, now i said it too
Very nice wiring, that will optiomize air flow if in fact you have the fans in their proper place, great job!
Great wiring job, better than i ever had the patience to do.
I killed one in the days of the K6-2.
Pretty good wiring though.
Nice. I just tangled all my wires together above the ram and the end connecters are wedged into the sides of the case so it all just hangs there in a bundle. I wish mine looked like that haha.
And if he runs a real OS on it, it's still better than anything running Windows.
The next time I see somebody rat on a SiS chipset, I will slit their throat.
Do your homework, people! They have come a long way in a short time. Their newer chipsets for the AXP platform are decent, and their 748 chipset is a fucking god. You are talking all the features of an nForce2 Ultra 400, except for accelerated audio and Dual-Channel, for half the price.
My previous board, an ASRock K7S8XE+ has a SiS 748, and that thing was faster and more stable than any other mobo I have used, besides my brother's nForce2 A7N8XE Deluxe. It was just as stable, just not as fast.
Let me put it this way: That ASRock kicks the living shit out of my new board, a dual XP Gigabyte GA-7DPXDW-P with an AMD 760MPX chipset. I'm not fond of this thing at all, but I either stick with this or get an MSI that has half the features.
To all of you having problems with SiS chipsets: It's an error between the keyboard and the monitor. IT'S YOU. Take off that "PenisBot" porno panel or whatever, STOP USING IE, and then you will have a stable system.
I have owned a Soyo SY-K7V Dragon Plus! board that was shit. The Via KT266A chipset is an insult to human achievement; the northbridge fucked out and my 2000+ could only run at 1.2GHz. The FSB couldn't reach 133; it could only reach 100 (The fucking thing was rated for 133, little cocksuckers!)
I switched from Via to SiS and I WOULD buy another SiS chipset based motherboard again, if I had the choice.
This isn't the old "Super 7" days people, get your heads out of your asses!
EDIT: Sweet! You bought an ASRock board! Those are the best, you will be more than satisfied.
uh, the notion that a SiS chipset is better than, as good as, or even half as good as an nVidia or Intel chipset is about the most comical thing I've heard in a long time.
On an intel desktop, you do not beat an intel chipset.... period.
On an amd desktop, you do not beat a nvidia chipset.... period.
On a server, things get tricky with serverworks, etc, but never does SiS get involved.
Well, Jolly, when's the last time YOU used one!
Speak up! If you say 1999, I'll piss my pants with laughter.
december 2004. I owned a shop, you know.
Hmmm...what was the problem?
well, you are becoming the problem. when you talk about SiS you speak from 1, maybe 2 systems. when I talk about these, I talk from 1 maybe 2 *thousand* systems. Roughly 20-30 systems would pass through my hands daily. when I say SiS is CRAP I don't say it because I had a bad experience once upon a time... I say it because I consistantly see problems with reliability, quality, featuresets, and the competition. SiS is junk. They aren't even a good budget chipset -- VIA takes that crown. And they certainly can't perform or remain stable enough to compete with Intel or nVidia for the big-dog-league.
I've never had my chipset even flinch; I know some other people who have them as well, and they have no problems.
Via taking the budget crown? That's like Pamela Anderson winning the "Lifetime STD Free Award." They are just like Pamela, they don't have much time left once you buy them!
well, you prove only that you know not of what you speak.
Were those problem machines all one model? Let's not forget the defective 915 and 925 chipsets Intel shipped out *shudders.*
Bad batch or something? If they were of different makes, I am not buying a SiS again.
They were of varying models, brands, revisions, and years. I have been working on systems with SiS chipsets for years and years, and they have not created one chipset that I like. There is always something better out there.