[mythtv-users] Jetway JNC62K

Jeff Walther trag at io.com
Fri Jun 27 15:04:40 UTC 2008


>
> Date: Fri, 27 Jun 2008 11:12:19 +0100
> From: RoboJ1M <jim.neave at googlemail.com>

> On Fri, Jun 27, 2008 at 10:54 AM, Ian Clark <mrrooster at gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> 2008/6/27 Sarah Katherine Hayes <sarah at sarahhayes.is-a-geek.net>:
>>
>>> It looks good, however Jetway, ECS & Foxcon boards are to be avoided
>>> unless their is very little alternative.
>>
>> Agreed, First PC had a jetway mobo, never again. (Personally, I've had
>> good expeience with abit over the years.)
>>
>> [snip SIS]
>>
>>> I have had zero issues, not
>>> drivers, not weird issues, not even the odd 'well that's too new' with
>>> Intel chipsets.
>>
>>
>> I have. :) This is no reason to not use them though, they do a good
>> motherboard chipset do intel. However, the current modern stuff from AMD
>> is just as good. (Not so sure about nVidia stuff, that's more aimed at

>> That being said, my current 'sat behind a seteee' home server has a DFI
>> board with an nForce 3. (which I didn't like when it was my main windows
>> machine, it just felt... flaky) and that's reliable as hell (even after

>> My current myth box is a dual core AMD on an Asus board, which again I

>> That being said Asus do have a very good rep so I suspect I've just got
>> a baddun!
>>
>> I think any midrange board from a well respected mobo maker will be fine
>> though.

> Asrock. I know a man who owns an Asrock board with an Enermax PSU and he
> says it's flawless.
> Although I realise that Asrock, although a budget manufacturer, is a
> sister company of one of the good manufacturers.

Anyone have opinions on MSI?  I'm considering an MSI board based on the
Intel P45 chipset for my backend.  P45 Neo3-FR

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=13-130-180

Jeff Walther




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