Thanks to Nick for this news.
The Gigabyte GA-81RXP mobo is a hardware tweaker's dream. This is "the first motherboard to run a Pentium 4 Northwood at over 3 GHz. Thanks to these outstanding overclocking abilities and the rich hardware features, we can only recommend the Gigabyte board," Tom's Hardware wrote in February.
ExtremeTech loves it too: "The board was utterly stable with the "optimized defaults" loaded up, and the board held its own in our benchmarks.
"With its enormous gaggle of features, the P4 Titan GA-81RXP is a phenomenal motherboard for its price and a startling (but welcome) departure from Gigabyte".
Indeed, the entire tech review publishing world appears to love the GA-81RXP, judging from the very long list of Editors' Awards which festoon Gigabyte's web site.
Unfortunately, this love affair does not extend to the enthusiasts who went out and bought the mobo with their own money. "Utterly stable" is not a description that many would recognise.
For in real life, The GA-81RXP is a tweaker's nightmare. Read on...
News source: The Register