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post #11 of 17 Old 11-01-2012, 02:45 PM
 
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Yea thanks for all the feedback. After reading replies and reviews on newegg I decided to cancel order and save up a little bit longer

I actually run a Pro3 daily at 4.8Ghz with my 3770K. I haven't had any issues in 6 months.

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Save up for an MSI mpower for 189.99$ i7 3770k 16gb 1866 ram or samsung wonder ram a nice SSD and a either take your current 7850 or buy a higher end GPU and you will have one hell of a beast

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Save up for an MSI mpower for 189.99$ i7 3770k 16gb 1866 ram or samsung wonder ram a nice SSD and a either take your current 7850 or buy a higher end GPU and you will have one hell of a beast

Every Z77 board will overclock the same on air and water. he doesnt need an MPower.

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Every Z77 board will overclock the same on air and water. he doesnt need an MPower.
I meant its a great mobo for that price

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I also owned the Pro3 and it was an excellent motherboard for it's 99.99 price point.

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Trying to pace technology is futile, it all comes full circle so you have to jump in where you can afford to smile.gif These days something manufactured 6 months ago is old! I had that bug once long long ago in another universe...wait, I'm digressing anyway, the highest costs in technology come at oppsite ends of the spectrum, new will cost $$$ (demand) and old will cost $$$ to sustain (supply). So as you can see it's just really a business model.
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