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Not sure how good the integrated graphic will be.. But i do think that it should be good enough for regular daily use.. and it probably can handle some older games too if you OC the chip and depending on how many rams you have maybe?? anyways.. i think i'll be going for a z68 board since they have ssd caching.. because i'll be getting a ssd sometimes soon.. and also, if the double boot issue is gone for the z68 boards, then it'll be a big plus for me.. cuz i hate having double boot.. it always makes me think that my rig is dying lol..
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Not sure how good the integrated graphic will be.. But i do think that it should be good enough for regular daily use.. and it probably can handle some older games too if you OC the chip and depending on how many rams you have maybe?? anyways.. i think i'll be going for a z68 board since they have ssd caching.. because i'll be getting a ssd sometimes soon.. and also, if the double boot issue is gone for the z68 boards, then it'll be a big plus for me.. cuz i hate having double boot.. it always makes me think that my rig is dying lol..
Daily use is what I am after(overclocked to 4.5 of course). Being a non gamer I wanted the int graphics to try out. I can always throw a card in if needed...but I think my next purchase might be a SSD
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Thanks NoG,but the Giga boards will not have the video output I want. Her is the board I intend to get

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This positioning in the high-end Z68 as a motherboard, motherboard with all solid capacitors and ultimately, some capacitors, part of the overall material product line with high level, power supply design uses 16 Phases Digi + VRM (12 Phase CPU + 4Phases iGPU), MOS area to inhibit the MOS load heat sink temperature,
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Yeah, what's the point of getting a Z68 if it has no video output. Sadly SSD caching isn't going to cut it.

I may swing around with ASUS or Asrock. I'll see. Though I'm not so sure if I can afford top end mobos. I can't go over the $200 mark.

1) You can still have decent overclocking power under 200 right?

2) PC is mainly for family use.(Just thought I could play around with it sometime in the future)

3) I need Quick Sync.

4) If not I'll just stick to the H67. Not enough money to get a top-end board.

EDIT:
Ofcourse the H67 won't overclock. I mean entry-level Z68 boards should have sufficient VRMs to pull off decent overclocking. otherwise it would that bad that I had to go for an H67.
Edited by jds777 - 5/6/11 at 9:55am
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Yeah, what's the point of getting a Z68 if it has no output. Sadly SSD caching isn't going to cut it.

I may swing around with ASUS or Asrock. I'll see. Though I'm not so sure if I can afford top end mobos. I can't go over the $200 mark.

You can still have decent overclocking power under 200 right?
If not I'll just stick to the H67, PC is mainly for family use. (Just thought I could play around with it sometime in the future)
H67 models don't OC...The P67 have unlocked multiplyers...but P67 doesn't have onboard video output. Z68 gives you both
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Nice to see they added the onboard power switches on the Pro this time..
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Thanks NoG,but the Giga boards will not have the video output I want. Her is the board I intend to get
I must have missunderstood the link I sent you. I thought the company they teamed up with was going to do onboard graphics.

Doesn't matter, that ASUS is nice as hell.
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