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lol Some people don't read and just go off the thread title ...

A Deluxe is around ~$230. (Not too far off his budget though) But, a Gigabyte UD7 and ASUS Maximus ?? Way out of his budget.
I asked a question based on my needs and Aniket answered me. Since someone already asked a question about motherboards, i didnt want to clutter up the board with another question kinda about the same thing...
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Originally Posted by phibrizo View Post
I asked a question based on my needs and Aniket answered me. Since someone already asked a question about motherboards, i didnt want to clutter up the board with another question kinda about the same thing...
Ah, missed that part. Disregard my post then.
post #13 of 17
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1> asus p67 sabertooth
2> gigabyte p67a ud4
3> asus p8p67 evo

4> msi p67 gd65
5> asus p8p67 pro
Heard a LOT of good things about the P8P67 Pro.

Mine (in sig) is 100%. I would recommend it any day. I would also recommend every other board in that list except the GB but only because I've not heard anything about it.
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I asked a question based on my needs and Aniket answered me. Since someone already asked a question about motherboards, i didnt want to clutter up the board with another question kinda about the same thing...
thats right friend,I suggested the ud7/maximus4 extreme based on your needs,
and I suggested 5mobos under $210 to the owner of this thread,
so people should read my post carefully before criticising....ha ha
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Heard a LOT of good things about the P8P67 Pro.

Mine (in sig) is 100%. I would recommend it any day. I would also recommend every other board in that list except the GB but only because I've not heard anything about it.
the gigabyte p67a ud4 is a great board,rock solid build quality,great reliability.....
One of my friend owns a gigabyte p67a ud3r b3 rev3.0...and I must admit gigabyte is making great p67 mobos
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thats right friend,I suggested the ud7/maximus4 extreme based on your needs,
and I suggested 5mobos under $210 to the owner of this thread,
so people should read my post carefully before criticising....ha ha
Yeah, my mistake (I'm human so I miss things here and there). I jumped the gun cause I was going off the OP's post, not others. Already edited out my post.

Anyways, as most have said, ASUS Pro looks to be good in the OP's budget. Deluxe would be better with some extra features, but it's around ~$20-$30 higher.
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What motherboard is better i have narrowed it down to the ASUS Sabertooth and the ASUS P8P67 DELUXE

ASUS P8P67 DELUXE: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813131701
Sabertooth: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813131702
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