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thanks for the link bro... rep+

It turns out to be like this:

Gigabyte P67A-UD4-B3 + 2600k + G.Skill Ripjaws 8GB CL9 1600 = 570 + tax = 644 without ship (I'd pick it up)

OR

Asus P8P67 Deluxe + 2600k + G.Skill Ripjaws 8GB CL9 1600 = 588 + tax = 657.59 without ship (I'd pick it up).

What do you think?

What's the best route? for basically 10 dollars more I can get the P8P67 deluxe.

One last question, would I be able to SLI and still use a PCI wifi card? I know the GA-P67A-UD4-B3 can just fine..

Thanks a lot man.

Jam3s



Amazing. Can't wait to get it. Typing on my last moments of the Q6600 right now, I ship out tomorrow
with your first option with the P67A-UD4 you could remove the pricematched 2600k @ 309.79 to the new sale price of $289.99 and removed the P67A-UD4 @ $178 to the new price of $169.99 it should be ~$542 + tax. So I guess the difference in price between the two would then be around ~$40. I'm not certain which mobo is better though so I can't help you to much there. here's the link just in case:

http://www.ncix.com/products/index.p...l&promoid=1097
http://www.ncix.com/products/?sku=59...e&promoid=1097


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I think thw 2500K is a better buy than the 2600K but either way, sandy bridge is great. I recently did a benchmark thaty showed that even if I downclock my 2500K to 1.6ghz, it still give me better FPS than my Q6600 @ 3.6 did.
I know what you mean, my 2500k @ 2.0ghz still performs better in games then my Q9300 @ 3.2Ghz did, it probably does better even at 1.6ghz as well. I can't believe how much you can overclock these chips, I was able to get to 4.8Ghz @ 1.27v and have been running 4.3Ghz @ 1.15v stable for nearly 2 weeks now.
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wow nice seeing you james going sandy now..
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with your first option with the P67A-UD4 you could remove the pricematched 2600k @ 309.79 to the new sale price of $289.99 and removed the P67A-UD4 @ $178 to the new price of $169.99 it should be ~$542 + tax. So I guess the difference in price between the two would then be around ~$40. I'm not certain which mobo is better though so I can't help you to much there. here's the link just in case:

http://www.ncix.com/products/index.p...l&promoid=1097
http://www.ncix.com/products/?sku=59...e&promoid=1097




I know what you mean, my 2500k @ 2.0ghz still performs better in games then my Q9300 @ 3.2Ghz did, it probably does better even at 1.6ghz as well. I can't believe how much you can overclock these chips, I was able to get to 4.8Ghz @ 1.27v and have been running 4.3Ghz @ 1.15v stable for nearly 2 weeks now.
Just a Q. Why would the i7 2600k be 289? and the UD4 169? Is there a combo? or are they sale prices?

If they're sale prices when do I have until?

EDIT: NVM Figured it out. Thanks man. REP again!

I have until the 4th which gives me some time in case I can't order right away.

I'll be going UD4. With those prices you can't go wrong.

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wow nice seeing you james going sandy now..
Yeah i'm super excited. Now to hope that I can get my girlfriends CC lol
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