MasterFux, on 22 February 2016 - 09:23 PM, said:
Nice stats. Shame you weren't sharp enough to catch the difference between Z97 and Z97X. Not only getting that wrong, you didn't even mention GIGABYTE in the post. I guess I was supposed to figure that one out with my magical ability to detect context clues that you didn't include. You also got the BIOS issue wrong, M-Flash was actually the coin flip. If you did a live update, your board was pretty much fucked unless you got extremely lucky(like 1/6 or something). Check yoself.
Also, somebody downvote for me because I fat-fingered it.
Okay, you're a joke.
-Google with z97x, and what do you find? No difference, my point remains perfectly valid. Actually, there's zero results for a bricked Gigabyte board, and MSI is second to the top. Wow, you are really fucking dumb
. Out of the other two stupid points you raised, this one takes the cake for making you look like an idiot.
-Actually, it was made known that I had a Gigabyte board, you just can't read. The conversation Zongo and I had was centered on a gigabyte board of his having mounting issues. If you had reading comp skills greater than that of a kindergartner, you'd know I had a Gigabyte board.
blind7125, on 19 February 2016 - 04:17 PM, said:
Good to know for me as well. My Z97 Gaming 5 was pretty great on mounting and such. Hopefully the UD3 problems don't extend to all their Z170 boards.
-Did I ever say to use M-Flash? If you go back, you'll see that I stated "updating through USB" in a general conversation about BIOS updating on all boards. For the most part M-Flash is pretty safe, but MSI recommended you use the following USB tool: https://forum-en.msi...?topic=116721.0
So, let's sum up what we have here. The first is a non-point because the result doesn't change no matter how specific you get, and the other two are failures at reading comprehension. Wow, just wow.
Edited by blind7125, 23 February 2016 - 12:39 AM.